IGNITE SMALL GROUP IMPLEMENTATION (Groups starting Sept. 14)

Time: 8am-10am Each Day
Agenda:
8:00-9:15am
o Scholars arrive and have their temperature taken outside by a staff member and then will be given the room number they are to report to. If they do not have a mask, one will be immediately provided.
o Scholars enter the building and report to separate classrooms when they arrive at school remaining socially distanced. Seats and tables will be set up for them to be seated as soon as they arrive in the classrooms according to preassigned seating chart. They are to follow the arrows in the open spaces to designate flow of traffic
o At this time, teachers will review safety procedures when in the building, will review the in-person schedule with scholars, arrival/dismissal procedures, lunch numbers, important staff to know, will have all scholars connect devices to school WiFi. There will be an admin introduction and a time for Q and A.
9:15-10:00
o Scholars walk in small groups to practice changing classes and familiarize themselves with the building in preparation for return on the 28th.
o Students are dismissed out to buses or cars following social distance guidelines one group at a time.

Transportation:
Kenton
• Kenton County Scholars will be transported from their home high school to Ignite and back to their home high school.
• Kenton County Scholars can also be dropped off directly at Ignite.
Boone
• Boone County busses will pick up scholars at their homes and transport them to the home high schools. They will then be transported from their home high school to Ignite and back to their home high school. Busses are also available to take them home from their home high schools.
• Boone County Scholars can also be dropped off directly at Ignite.

HYBRID INSTRUCTION (Starting Sept. 28)
Scholars who choose to participate in the hybrid in-person/virtual model will attend in-person
classes at the Ignite Institute for part of the week and virtually during the rest of the week.

Teachers are encouraged to use on campus days for hands-on activities and assisting with
assignments. The schedule is as follows:
Monday and Tuesday (Group A, 9th-11th Grade)
o Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Nursing, and Computer Science scholars will report to the
Ignite Institute at normal times. These scholars will complete their course work virtually
using Canvas on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
o Scholars will attend 3 periods on Monday and 3 periods on Tuesday.
Thursday and Friday (Group B, 9th-11th Grade)
o Engineering, Education, and Design scholars will report to the Ignite Institute at normal
times. These scholars will complete their course work virtually using Canvas on Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday.
o Scholars will attend 3 periods on Thursday and 3 periods on Friday.
Friday (Group C, Seniors)
o Seniors will report to the Ignite Institute on Fridays to attend their Senior Academic
Seminar course, to check in with our dual-credit coordinator, and to complete their
internship work if they are not able to attend their internship in-person. Senior scholars
will complete their dual credit courses according to the college guidelines (see links
below) Monday-Thursday. Additionally, scholars attending internships will report to
those internships as the businesses allow, and will work with the Ignite Internship
Coordinator to determine their schedule.

WELCOME TO THE IGNITE INSTITUTE

Personalized

A “care first, then teach” approach empowers students to go beyond traditional textbook learning. Grades are only part of the equation; success is measured based on individual needs, learning style, and potential.

Hands Raised Icon

Collaborative

Scholars learn across disciplines from teachers who are blending career courses with core academic learnings. Meanwhile, regular interaction with industry leaders offers a glimpse into opportunities beyond graduation.

Forward Thinking

Whether they’re studying soil samples, designing websites, learning a language, or fabricating machines to power the Internet of Things, scholars spend their days preparing to meet the challenges of our ever-changing world.

Ignite helps scholars develop critical thinking, empathy, problem solving, and collaboration skills to recognize their potential and achieve their dreams.

Why Ignite Institute?

21st Century Learning

Scholar-focused programs rich in the next-generation STEAM disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.

https://www.igniteinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/laptop-3190194_960_720.jpg

Education Meets Industry

Cross-disciplinary curriculum developed in collaboration with top NKY and Greater Cincinnati business leaders.

St. Elizabeth Health Care Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance Toyota Logo
St. Elizabeth Health Care Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance Toyota Logo
Orange Lighting Bolt

Colleges of Innovation

State-of-the-Art Campus

Ignite’s 180,000-square-foot learning community features collaboration spaces, video production areas, robotics labs, makerspaces and more.

learning
  • Flexible collaboration spaces
  • Glass-walled small meeting and study rooms
  • Open cafeteria
  • Art and video production areas
  • Robotic and automation labs
  • Makerspaces
  • Fabrication and arts labs
  • Dedicated learning spaces for health sciences, manufacturing and logistics
  • Teacher-training center