Woods Park Academy Roanoke City Public Schools .


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Virginia Dropout Counteractive action Summit Asia R. Jones Official Executive for Understudy Administrations October 28, 2008. Woodland Park Institute Roanoke City State funded Schools. Graduation Rates School Year 2007-08. Roanoke City Government funded Schools - Woods Park Foundation Curricular Option Training
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Virginia Dropout Prevention Summit Asia R. Jones Executive Director for Student Services October 28, 2008 Forest Park Academy Roanoke City Public Schools

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Graduation Rates School Year 2007-08

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Roanoke City Public Schools - Forest Park Academy Curricular Alternative Education Pathway to Success Dual Enrollment PHHS or WFHS College VA Western President\'s Academy Alternative High School Overage/Under-Credited Dropout Retrieval Alternative High School Overage Middle School HS Diploma Gibboney Hall Workplace Future Planning Center

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Middle School (80 Students) 2 years overage - or - 1 year overage and falling flat 3 center classes Forest Park Academy Student Selection Criteria High School (170 Students) 2 years overage or - Significantly under-credited for review level or - Current dropout who is still of age  Parent Permission Required for all understudies under 18  Review group assesses all candidates to decide "fit" for the program  For secondary school, need given to at present enlisted understudies (expect a hold up rundown)

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Social Capital

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Forest Park Academy Student socioeconomics

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Engage Me Yes profound information, great techniques, and materials in instruction matter significantly; nonetheless, it gives the idea that such an extensive amount instructive change is the look for a "one – trap horse," a "silver projectile," or anything that does not oblige us to consider the complexities of a supporting environment.   –Asa Hilliard

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Responsive way to deal with re-drawing in youth It takes a town…

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Mosaic approach

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MULTIPLE PATHWAYS

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Home and school associations

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"Fire in the Belly"

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Responsiveness…

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Continuous information investigation Attendance PLATO & review reports Credit recuperation Dropout recovery Learning arranges

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Knowledge is Power!

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Flickr www.flickr.com Hilliard III, A. G. (2004). From Rage to Hope - Strategies for Reclaiming Black and Hispanic Students. In C. Kuykendall. Bloomington: Solution Tree. Roanoke City Public Schools Website www.rcps.info Virginia Department of Education Website www.pen.k12.va.us Works Cited

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