Secondary Options

Promoting Options That Lead To Success

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment



    The 3rd Quarter/2nd Semester starts on Monday, January 26th! Whaaat? We're at the halfway point already!! Time flies when you're having fun!

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  • 1st Quarter - Students of the Quarter

    The end of the 1st Quarter has arrived and it’s time to announce the “Students of the quarter”. The students are chosen based on their attendance, grades, behavior and work ethic. The quarter the following students have been chosen: Rebecca Halbert chose Derrick Young, Jeanette Holocher chose Kaelyn Thompson, Bruce Mims chose Cameron Carlson, Mike Stuck chose McCaley Deal-Collins and Tim Voie chose Jacinda Miller. Congratulations to all of the 1st Quarter “Students of the Quarter”. You've all done a great job!!

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  • 2014 - 2015 School Year Begins!

    September 3rd! The first day of the 2014 - 2015 school year begins today. Just as a reminder, anyone needing to fill out an Inter-District Transfer, please do so right away and get them turned in. Also any students on the Free and Reduced Lunch program attending Sec Ops at New Market Skills Center will receive a boxed lunch that can be picked up in Ms. Halbert's classroom. We are hoping to have the lunches available starting on Thursday.

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  • Students of the Quarter

    During the school year for each quarter, the Sec Ops teachers; Rebecca Halbert, Jeanette Holocher, Bruce Mims, Mike Stuck, and Tim Voie , will choose a student of the quarter. The choice will be based on the students attendance, grades, behavior and work ethic. The chosen students will be announced at the end of each quarter and at that time they will receive a “Hard Work Café” t-shirt and a certificate. The students of the quarter will be posted on our web page and on the bulletin boards.

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    Secondary Options is for high school students who are interested in creating a program to fit their particular needs in order to find success. It is also designed to encourage students, who have left school to re-enter high school to earn a diploma. Credit is earned through demonstrated mastery of class assignments using a variety of assessment models, as well as some course work available on an independent basis.

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