Law Enforcement Pathway
  • Homeland Security/Law Enforcement Program

    Non-traditional Instruction Lesson Plans

    Captain Lisa Rudzinski, Instructor

    Important NTI Information for Students

    Learning Platform:

    Homeland Security/Law Enforcement Students will be expected to utilize CANVAS, our learning managements system, for Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI).

    Click here for the CANVAS link. Canvas login 

    You will use your FCPS log in credentials in order to access your CANVAS classes.

    If a student does not have internet access, suitable work packets will be provided at the student's request.

    Communication:

    Captain Rudzinski will utilize many platforms for student communication during NTI.

    1. Email Lisa.Rudzinski@fayette.kyschools.us
    2. REMIND 101 (email me for the AM or PM class code).
    3. CANVAS -students may contact me directly through the LMS.

    Office Hours/Availability:

    My normal work hours will be 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. 

    Students and/or parents and guardians should make every effort to contact me during these hours. 

    I am available at other times upon request and availability.

    Technology:

    Students should have access to a computer and access to the internet in order to most effectively and efficiently complete required assignments.

    Please contact Captain as soon as possible to address any technology issues and/or needs.

    Attendance:

    Students are expected to attend virtual classes as they would be expected to attend in-person classes. 

    Classes meet virtually three days each week unless otherwise informe by instructor.

    On the days classes do not meet LIVE, there will be assignments in CANVAS for students to complete and counted as attendance as well.

    Assignment/Work deadlines:

    Coursework and assignments will be posted to Canvas by 8:00 AM on Mondays and will be due no later than the following Sunday at 7:00 PM. 

    Class Meetings:

    Video class meetings will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

    Students are expected to attend and participate as a part of the grade. 

    Should a conflict arise the student must notify the instructor PRIOR to the scheduled meeting.

     Lesson Plans: (subject to change)

    Week of August 26-30

    Orientation

    Course Overview

    Program Paperwork

    Getting to know each other

     

    Week of August 31-September 6

    Bell Ringers-daily

    Fitness Activities-daily

    Skills-based Assignments related to content already covered.

    Class Challenges-periodically

    Law Enforcement topic area-one per week.

    Employability Skills Development-one per week

     

    Week of September 7-13

    Bell Ringers-daily

    Fitness Activities-daily

    Skills-based Assignments related to content already covered.

    Class Challenges-periodically

    Law Enforcement topic area-one per week.

    Employability Skills Development-one per week

     

    Week of September 14-20

    In development

     

    Week of September 21-27

    In development