School Wide Plan - This document explains the goals and plans the school has created to make sure all students succeed. Specifically, it defines how the school will provide resources and programs to improve the achievement for lower performing students. This document includes the schools plan in the following areas:
- Parent and Community Stakeholder Involvement
- Comprehensive Needs Assessment
- Schoolwide Plan Strategies
- Coordination and Integration
- Evaluation and Plan Revision
Parent Involvement Policy
Parent/Family Compact English Spanish
A Family-School Compact is a voluntary agreement co-developed by parents, students, and teachers. It identifies how parents and the classroom teacher will work together to ensure all students receive the individual support they need to reach and exceed grade level standards. Schools, families, and students benefit when they all take collective responsibility for quality education. When a partnership exists and each partner fulfills his/her responsibilities, student learning improves.
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Federal Funding Feedback Survey
Parents, Guardians, and Community Stakeholders can complete the survey to provide information to the school on how effective educational programs are in improving student achievement, as well as suggestions on how the school can best serve students.
College and Career Advisor
Peterson's StudentEdge is a free online resource to help you plan for college. You can take practice tests, search for scholarships or schools, and explore careers.
Test dates and deadlines, registration, and all the information you need to take your ACT test.
To fill out the FAFSA form and electronically sign it both the student and a parent need to have pin numbers. This can be done in the fall of your senior year.
This is the place to find the form for financial aid. This should be filled out as soon as possible after Jan. 1 of your senior year.
Guide to financial aid for American colleges and universities
Register here before the end of your sophomore year in high school to receive free tuition to Oklahoma colleges and career techs.
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