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Hanny Arram Center for Success Academic Programs

Programs Offered at Hanny Arram Center for Success

Homeroom | Non-Traditional 6-8 | Non-Traditional 9 or 10 | Half-Day Programs | EOC | Temporary Student Support | Open Door Program



Homeroom

 

 Learning and creating quality work is a top priority at the Hanny Arram Center for Success.. Students at the Hanny Arram Center for Success learn how to refine and improve their skills and knowledge to become successful learners, producing high-quality work. To ensure academic success, all students are assigned to a homeroom while at the Hanny Arram Center for Success. Participation in the homeroom program is mandatory. Students will work with teachers to complete assignments/projects or relearn/retest over essential objectives, thus improving overall performance in school. Our goal is for each Hanny Arram Center for Success student to earn credit in every course they are enrolled in throughout the school year. Learning lab classes will meet for 20 minutes every day and students will earn elective credit toward graduation for participating in this academic support opportunity.

 

 Purpose of the Hanny Arram Center for Success Homeroom

  • To provide each student with consistent academic support 
  • To prepare students for postsecondary education or career development
  • To encourage supportive relationships and build self-efficacy 
  • To provide students with the knowledge and skills to be successful in all academic environments

 

 

Non-Traditional 6-8

 

Description: Students will be identified for these classrooms through district decision-making rules and team discussions.  Students should have completed the MTSS Referral process without finding success.  The students will work through a teacher-led curriculum and have dedicated time to work with counselors and behavioral specialists on the SEL skills needed to be successful in life.  We will monitor their progress through data collection tools.  The focus of this program will be to provide a stable environment and structure to help the student find success.  Academic focus will be on skill-building as well as identifying areas of need for more focused improvement.  Expectations will be established regarding regular attendance, behavior, and work completion.  Students must meet those expectations in order to remain in the program. 

 

 

Non-Traditional 9 or 10

 

Description: Students will be identified for these classrooms through district decision-making rules and team discussions. Students should have completed the MTSS Referral process without finding success. The students who are placed will work through a teacher-led curriculum and have dedicated time to work with counselors and behavioral specialists on the SEL skills needed to be successful in life. We will monitor and track their credits so that they are prepared to graduate successfully and transition back to the building when/if appropriate.  The coursework offered will follow a more traditional high school path although the content will be amended to fit the needs and abilities of the student.  Expectations will be established regarding regular attendance, behavior, and work completion.  Students must meet those expectations in order to remain in the program. 

 

 

Half-Day Programs: (HD I and HD II)

 

Description: The Half-Day programs are designed to serve students who have attempted other interventions without success.  They should be upperclassmen who are capable of working online independently.  They will be assigned Edgenuity coursework to meet graduation requirements.  They will work in person at the Hanny Arram Center for Success.  Schedules will be determined by student credit needs and in conjunction with the teacher.  Students who aren't making adequate academic progress may be required to increase their program hours in order to stay on track.   

 

 

EOC

 

Description: EOC will continue to serve students in grades 11-12 who have reached the credit minimum of 100 credits.  They should have good attendance and be holding down a job or in the process of working to find a job.  This program should be a stepping stone for students to successfully transition from high school to the workforce.  Expectations will be established regarding regular attendance, behavior, and work completion.  Students must meet those expectations in order to remain in the program.

 

 

Temporary Student Support 

 

Description: This program will serve students who may not have a long-term placement in the Hanny Arram Center but their situation requires an alternative placement.  This would include situations such as students who have been suspended or expelled, students who have been recently released from a treatment facility, students who are transitioning into KHS, or students who are experiencing a Code Red situation or have been emergency excluded from school.   Schedules will be determined by the student’s need and availability.  Students will complete work assigned by classroom teachers from their home buildings, or Edgenuity curriculum depending on the circumstance.  They will report to the Hanny Arram Center to receive tutorial services during their transition or suspension time. 

 

 

Open Door Program

 

Description: Students who are at severe risk of not graduating. They have potentially aged out of our programs or are not a good fit for EOC or other programs due to lack of attendance, work issues, family obligations, etc.