Safe & Positive Learning Environment
Whether a child feels safe and supported can have a significant impact on student performance. School climate is an essential consideration for any school that desires to create and nurture a safe and positive environment for both students and staff.
Information on at-risk student behavior, including bullying, and the development of safe, drug-free and disciplined learning environments that support positive student development and achievement
Information on required and available intervention and referral services provided in and out of the school setting to keep youth in school and prepared to learn.
School health programs support students and staff to achieve and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. Working together with families and the community, schools play an important role in helping students achieve health and academic success.
Afterschool programs provide not only a safe place to go, but also provide our youth with necessary workforce development skills, while equipping them with life skills that will nurture and encourage positive, healthy choices.
Other Educational Services
Students are educated in a variety of academic environments outside of the regular education setting which include alternative education programs; home instruction; home schooling; summer programming and nonpublic schools.
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