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.
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.
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.