Student and Family Handbooks
- Phoenix Charter Academy Chelsea Handbook
- Phoenix Charter Academy Chelsea Handbook – ESP
- Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Handbook
- Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Handbook – ESP
- Phoenix Academy Lawrence Handbook
- Phoenix Academy Lawrence Handbook – ESP
Right to Attend Policies
Written notification of the rights of students with diverse learning needs to attend charter school and to receive accommodation and support services – including English Language Learners, students that require special education and students that have disabilities – is available in the student handbook, student application, school’s acceptance letter and on the school’s website.
Phoenix Charter Academy Network is committed to helping scholars and adult supporters through their educational experience and therefore wish to identify all students with special needs, ages fourteen years to twenty-one years, who are in need of special educational services, and who have not graduated from high school. This would include any student enrolled in the Phoenix Charter School Network.
Additionally, the district wishes to identify any students that may currently be homeless and therefore have certain educational rights under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.
If you can identify a child with special needs or a child without a permanent home who is not receiving educational services, would you please have the parents or any interested persons contact Lisa M. Gifford, Director of Special Education and English Language Development, at (603) 489-7669 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Policies & Procedures
- Bullying Prevention Policy
- School & District Adult Supporter Engagement
- Adult Supporter Accountability Contract
- Substance Abuse Policy
Each year, charter schools are required to report on their progress toward meeting the goals laid out in their accountability plans. The report, which is submitted to the Department of Education, is an opportunity to celebrate successes and to reflect on areas of improvement.
See our previous annual reports below:
Public Records Access Officer
Please send any public records request to Sara Ofosu-Amaah via email. Sara will provide an acknowledgment of any request within 10 business days.
Sara Ofosu-Amaah, Chief Operating Officer
60 Canal St, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
Phoenix does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, national origin, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, ancestry, homelessness, special needs, English language proficiency or foreign language proficiency, athletic ability or prior academic achievement. The information requested on this form is not intended and will not be used to discriminate.