The Superintendent or designee shall develop, maintain, and supervise a program for students at risk of academic failure or dropping out of school. The program shall include education and support services addressing individual learning styles, career development and social needs, and may include without limitation one or more of the following:

  • Parent-teacher conferences
  • Counseling services by social workers
  • Counseling services by psychologists
  • Psychological testing
  • Alternative school placement
  • Community agency services
  • Alternative learning opportunities program, in conformity with the Alternative Learning Opportunities Law, as it may be amended from time to time
  • Remediation program

Adopted: June 8, 1998
Revised: December 18, 2017; April 25, 2022