Hermitage R-IV: Missouri as a Classroom
was begun in May 2000 as an educational program to enhance students'' knowledge of and appreciation for the historic, cultural, geographic, environmental, economic, and the artistic heritage of the state of Missouri.
Hannibal Public Schools #60: Pregnant and Parenting Teens
"Do empower, don''t enable." is the philosophy of Hannibal''s Pregnant/Parenting Teen program. The primary goals for parent educators are to act as facilitators and provide information that will empower teenagers to be the best parents, become their children''s best first teachers, and encourage them to achieve their own personal goals.
Seneca High School: Applied Assessments and the PBTE Transition
Seneca High School has developed an Applied Assessment Program through its quarter finals which utilizes both A+ activities and MAP constructed responses in conjunction with enhancing student performance and attendance...
Maysville R-1 Accelerated School: Class Act Embroidery
Employment and job skills training are priorities in our society today. It was with this priority in mind that the Maysville faculty in the department of Family and Consumer Sciences created the Class Act Embroidery project...
North St. Francois County R-I: S.T.E.P. - School To Employment Program
North St. Francois County R-I''s School To Employment Transition Program (S.T.E.P.) for Educable Mentally Handicapped and Learning Disabled students is a positive comprehensive transition program...
Rolla High School: Transitioning from School to Life
The Rolla High School Transitioning from School to Life program was created to enhance the success and training of students with special needs who were preparing for the transition from high school to the working world upon graduation...
Cape Girardeau Career & Technology Center: SCHOOL-TO-WORK THAT WORKS!
This is a community based, on the job training program for area special needs students. Students from our 12 sending schools are offered the opportunity to work at area employers for high school credit. Each student has a mentor on the job site and works along with that mentor like any other employee.