Learning Coach Corner
Become a Learning Coach
When learning virtually, an adult must be present with the student, and that adult is considered the Learning Coach. We believe that the parent serves as the primary educator for their child, and that is why we are excited to partner with you, the parents and Learning Coaches of Marian University Preparatory School.
As a Learning Coach, you play a key role in your student's educational experience, and we're here to give you the support and tools you need to succeed. Learning Coaches have access to a variety of resources and programming within the Online School (OLS), including Learning Coach University (LCU).
LCU offers interactive 30-minute sessions that cover relevant topics throughout the school year and provide an opportunity for Learning Coaches from across the nation to learn—together. These tuition-free sessions are hosted in Class Connect. Look for LCU announcements in the OLS.
We hope you'll take advantage of these resources, which are specifically designed to help you and your student make the transition to online learning and thrive within our school community.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have completed enrollment for my child. How do I access the Online School (OLS)?
Where can I find information regarding courses and any materials that may be shipped?
Log in to your Online School (OLS) Learning Coach account and in "Quick Links" go to "My Info" to find information about course assignments and materials.
If I need help, who should I ask?
Enrolled families have access to a variety of supports and resources from Stride K12 and our school community.
Contact our school for questions related to:
- Classes and coursework
- School records
- Updating your contact information
- School policies
- Setting up Learning Coach and student accounts in the Online School (OLS)
- Logging in to and using the OLS
- Technical assistance accessing Class Connect sessions
- Technical assistance with Stride K12 computer requirements