Digital Learning and Hands-on K-12 Aerospace Training
Times are changing. There is no telling when the world will return to normal, or even if what was normal before will exist once the pandemic subsides. It’s time to embrace digital learning, but also make sure it’s done right. At Eagle Aerospace Academy, we are proud to offer K-12 Aerospace Training to eager cadets who want to learn a skill that will benefit them for life. Flying planes is a dream come true for many kids. But there aren’t many programs out there that will teach them the skills they need to succeed in the Aviation and Aerospace , especially through digital learning and our hands on training.
At Eagle Aerospace Military Academy, we’ve developed a unique strategy that pairs digital learning within-person training. Don’t let your child fall behind in school simply because he or she doesn’t have the interest to stay engaged during a Zoom course. We’ve designed a program that will teach your kids real skills to compete for a position in the Aviation or the military. Our training and learning system has produced successful civilians and aviation professionals. If your child has shown an interest in being a pilot or any position in Aerospace, give us a call. We’re offering the most comprehensive, hands-on aerospace training in the country and we’re always looking to take on new cadets who are eager to learn.
Eagle Aerospace Academy
Eagle Aerospace Military Academy, Inc., 501c3 Charity
Policy for Digital Course Study
Eagle Aerospace Academy, recognizes the supreme importance of the pursuit of
Scholarship, Honor, and Excellence in the Eagle Culture of Success. Eagle
Aerospace Academy teaches the principles of our Republic as laid down by the
Constitution of the United States. Essential to this goal is the protection of our
individual freedoms. Eagle Students learn to exacting standards of Eagle AMA in
all Core Curriculum and Leadership Skills. Eagle Staff accepts the responsibility
to adhere to the highest ideals of leadership and public service through our
training program. Eagle mentors’ future Aerospace Leaders and in the past Eagle
has produced graduates of the United States Air Force Academy.
Eagle Staff are required to maintain the highest possible degree of ethical conduct
in pursuit of training of our students.
The Code of Ethics of Eagle AMA indicates the aspiration to maintain high standards in pursuit of mentoring our students.
Principle I – Commitment to Focus on Goals
Eagle Policy strives to help each student realize his or her potential as a worthy
and effective member of society by mentoring each student and supplying each
student with the tools and training to compete in a future career. Eagle AMA helps
the student establish career goals and short term goals to achieve their career goal.
Principle II – Commitment to our Mission
The Eagle AMA Mission and Policy is to use its programs, and resources, to
mentor our Students to the highest Ideals of leadership and public service through
a systematic program of online learning.
Eagle Policy on Management of Online Digital Curriculum
Parents are kept informed of student online study activities including completion
of required on pace study parameters, and parents are informed of any slow down
or any non-adherence to login times for study and off pace events.
Support Procedures Policy
1. Student will receive when necessary daily administrator encouragement,
advice and input on their studies to assist their progress.
2. Parents will be advised if there is any requirement to remove home
privileges if student is consistently behind on pace and timeline.
3. Students will be provided with additional resources when necessary to
enable understanding of Core Subjects they may have issues with
Standards of Ethical Conduct
Eagle Aerospace Military Academy, Inc., 501c3
Adapted from the Code of Ethics of the Education Profession in Florida and Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida
1. Our school values the worth and dignity of every person, the pursuit of truth, devotion to excellence, acquisition of knowledge, and the nurture of democratic citizenship. Essential to the achievement of these standards are the freedom to learn and to teach and the guarantee of equal opportunity for all.
2. Our primary concern is the student and the development of the student's potential. Employees will therefore strive for professional growth and will seek to exercise the best professional judgment and integrity.
3. Concern for the student requires that our instructional personnel:
a. Shall make reasonable effort to protect the student from conditions harmful to learning and/or to the student's mental and/or physical health and/or safety.
b. Shall not unreasonably restrain a student from independent action in pursuit of learning.
c. Shall not unreasonably deny a student access to diverse points of view.
d. Shall not intentionally suppress or distort subject matter relevant to a student's academic program.
e. Shall not intentionally expose a student to unnecessary embarrassment or disparagement.
f. Shall not intentionally violate or deny a student's legal rights.
g. Shall not harass or discriminate against any student on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, handicapping condition, sexual orientation, or social and family background and shall make reasonable effort to assure that each student is protected from harassment or discrimination.
h. Shall not exploit a relationship with a student for personal gain or advantage.
i. Shall keep in confidence personally identifiable information obtained in the course of professional service, unless disclosure serves professional purposes or is required by law.
4. Aware of the importance of maintaining the respect and confidence of colleagues, of students, of parents, and of the community, employees of our school must display the highest degree of ethical conduct. This commitment requires that our employees:
a. Shall maintain honesty in all professional dealings.
b. Shall not on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, handicapping condition if otherwise qualified, or social and family background deny to a colleague professional benefits or advantages or participation in any professional organization.
c. Shall not interfere with a colleague's exercise of political or civil rights and responsibilities. d. Shall not engage in harassment or discriminatory conduct which unreasonably interferes with an individual's performance of professional or work responsibilities or with the orderly processes of education or which creates a hostile, intimidating, abusive, offensive, or oppressive environment; and, further, shall make reasonable effort to assure that each individual is protected from such harassment or discrimination.
e. Shall not make malicious or intentionally false statements about a colleague.
Training Requirement All instructional personnel, educational support employees, and administrators are required as a condition of employment to complete training on these standards of ethical conduct.
Reporting Misconduct by Instructional Personnel and Administrators All instructional personnel, educational support employees, and school administrators have an obligation to report misconduct by instructional personnel, educational support employees, and school administrators which affects the health, safety, or welfare of a student. Examples of misconduct include obscene language, drug and alcohol use, disparaging comments, prejudice or bigotry, sexual innuendo, cheating or testing violations, physical aggression, and accepting or offering favors. Reports of misconduct of employees should be made to Ms Peggy Waller, 407-782-2866, email firstname.lastname@example.org Reports of misconduct committed by administrators should be made to Jerry R Waller, 407-545-1423, email@example.com
Legally sufficient allegations of misconduct by Florida certified educators will be reported to the Office of Professional Practices Services. Policies and procedures for reporting misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators which affects the health, safety, or welfare of a student are posted on our Web site at: www.EagleAerospaceAcademy.Com
Reporting Child Abuse, Abandonment or Neglect All employees and agents have an affirmative duty to report all actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect. Call 1-800-96-ABUSE or report online at: http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/abuse/report/.
Signs of Physical Abuse The child may have unexplained bruises, welts, cuts, or other injuries; broken bones; or burns. A child experiencing physical abuse may seem withdrawn or depressed, seem afraid to go home or may run away, shy away from physical contact, be aggressive, or wear inappropriate clothing to hide injuries.
Signs of Sexual Abuse The child may have torn, stained or bloody underwear, trouble walking or sitting, pain or itching in genital area, or a sexually transmitted disease. A child experiencing sexual abuse may have unusual knowledge of sex or act seductively, fear a particular person, seem withdrawn or depressed, gain or lose weight suddenly, shy away from physical contact, or run away from home.
Signs of Neglect The child may have unattended medical needs, little or no supervision at home, poor hygiene, or appear underweight. A child experiencing neglect may be frequently tired or hungry, steal food, or appear overly needy for adult attention.
Patterns of Abuse: Serious abuse usually involves a combination of factors. While a single sign may not be significant, a pattern of physical or behavioral signs is a serious indicator and should be reported.
Liability Protections Any person, official, or institution participating in good faith in any act authorized or required by law or reporting in good faith any instance of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect to the department or any law enforcement agency, shall be immune from any civil or criminal liability which might otherwise result by reason of such action. (F.S. 39.203)
An employer who discloses information about a former or current employee to a prospective employer of the former or current employee upon request of the prospective employer or of the former or current employee is immune from civil liability for such disclosure or its consequences unless it is shown by clear and convincing evidence that the information disclosed by the former or current employer was knowingly false or violated any civil right of the former or current employee protected under F.S. Chapter 760. (F.S. 768.095)
Adoped this 21 day of July 2023
Eagle Aerospace Military Academy Inc., 501c3 Directors Affirmed