We offer additional services to help our students have the greatest opportunities to be successful and supported. We also follow Federal Guidelines for students with disabilities as outlined in our TAOS-Student-Handbook. Some of those services include:
Leading provider where students can enroll in online courses to help them if they need additional practice in a subject or for credit recovery.
NWEA MAP TESTING
Test three times a year. We have large growth in student learning. In the 2019-2020 school year our growth was in the top three in the State.
Classroom is a free web service for schools. It makes it easy for learners and instructors to connect—inside and outside of schools.
Application for students to qualify for free or reduced lunches
Foster Care Plan
These provisions promote greater stability for children in foster care
Lea parent and family engagement policy information required by Section 1116(a)(2)
Homeless Liaison Duties
Click here for information about Homeless policies and resources
Title I School Family Engagement Policy information