TEA Site Facilitator Application & Agreement
Myron B. Thompson Academy is an accredited online-hybrid public charter school. The Thompson Extension Academy (T.E.A.) was developed in 2007 to address student need within the public school system throughout the State of Hawai‘i. This program is offered to secondary students enrolled at DOE or Charter schools at no cost to the student, family, or regional school and is entirely funded by Myron B. Thompson Academy.

TEA Policies and Procedures Revisions as of August 10, 2022:
The TEA Site Facilitator is the primary point-of-contact for TEA at a regional school
The online forms must be used to register all students (NO registration requests will be accepted through email)
TEA Site Facilitators may be issued a CANVAS account to view the tutorial videos in order to better help their students with the online learning experience. Please put in a request for this in the notes, if you want access.
All communication with MBTA's TEA Director shall be via email.
TEA is not to be used to carry the full credit load of a student. Students must be enrolled and attending full-time at their regional school.
Requested courses are not confirmed until enrollment lists are posted via GoogleSheets or through email from the director.
MBTA's TEA instructors may only accommodate SPED/504 students to a very limited extent. Therefore, the regional school shall be solely responsible for their required services and accommodations. The TEA Site Facilitator agrees to maintain direct communication with the TEA teacher (CC to TEA Director) regarding any requests for accommodations and coordinating such accommodations, if they are deemed possible and reasonable.
Students going on leave/vacation must notify their TEA Site Facilitator, who will then notify the TEA Director and Teacher. The students will still be expected to secure connectivity and maintain their coursework while traveling.
If a TEA Site Facilitator requires leave from his/her duties, the TEA Director must be notified in writing (email is sufficient) immediately, and a secondary point-of-contact must be established and trained prior to that leave time in order to maintain continuity of service to the enrolled students.

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COVID-19 Notice
Due to increased demand for distance learning due to COVID-19, please understand that we may not have the capacity to accommodate all T.E.A. enrollment requests. In anticipation of this unfortunate eventuality, the director is asking that Site Facilitators prioritize their own lists based on need: graduating juniors & seniors and those with medical issues & increased risk for COVID-19. We, like you, want to ensure success for the student, so we also ask that you consider the student's compatibility with our program, which requires high-speed internet connectivity, open communication, and effective time-management.
TEA Participation School Year *
* A new agreement must be made each school year. *
Participating School Information
School Name *
School Mailing Street Address *
School Mailing City *
School Mailing Zip Code *
School Principal Name *
School Principal Email Address *
Principal's Permission Granted for TEA Participation *
School Registrar Name *
School Registrar Email Address *
Registrar will accept TEA credits and apply to student transcript? *
TEA Site Facilitator
The TEA Site Facilitator is the primary point-of-contact for TEA at a regional school.

By completing this form, you agree to and authorize the following TEA Site Facilitator Agreement:

"I, the undersigned, have been granted permission by the appropriate school official to act as the sole point-of-contact, hereafter referred to as TEA SITE FACILITATOR, for all students from my regional school who participate in Myron B. Thompson Academy’s Extension (T.E.A.) Program for this school year.
As the TEA Site Facilitator, I understand that Myron B. Thompson Academy will not assume liability for course credit being denied by my regional school. By submitting registration requests to Myron B. Thompson Academy’s T.E.A. Program, I certify that, our administration and the students’ parents/guardians will approve and support student’s participation in MBTA’s TEA Program and agree to accept and apply the resulting credit to the student’s transcript.
The most current policies and procedures for the T.E.A. Program have been explained to me, and I agree to view the online training videos in CANVAS. I agree to the terms of participation set forth by the Myron B. Thompson Academy, and this document will serve as my formal request to participate in the T.E.A. Program as the TEA Site Facilitator for the school named below."
TEA Site Facilitator Responsibilities *
*agree to all by checking the boxes below*
Returning TEA Site Facilitator? *
TEA Site Facilitator Name *
TEA Site Facilitator Title *
*what is your title/position at your regional school?*
TEA Site Facilitator Email Address *
Is your email address Google enabled? (Can you use GoogleDocs/Sheets/etc...)
Secondary Contact Name
*this person is authorized to act as TEA Site Facilitator in my absence*
Secondary Contact Title
Secondary Contact Email Address
Is this email address Google enabled? (Can you use GoogleDocs/Sheets/etc...)
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Secondary Contact agrees to TEA Site Facilitator Agreement
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How did you discover MBTA's TEA Program? *
Do you have any specific questions or concerns about our TEA Program? *
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