Secondary Options

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    It’s time to announce the 1st Quarter, “Students of the Quarter”. The students are chosen based on their attendance, grades, behavior and work ethic. The following students have been chosen as the 1st Quarter Students of the Quarter, by the Secondary Options Instructors, and those students are: Miranda Olson, chosen by Rebecca Halbert, Jonah Angel, chosen by Jeanette Holocher, Andres Montano, chosen by Michael Stuck, Morgan Fiscus, chosen by Tim Voie, and Autisn Toth, chosen by Thatcher Wood. Congratulations to all the 1st Quarter “Students of the Quarter”. You’ve all done a great job!!

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  • Students of the Quarter

    Each quarter, the Sec Ops teachers; Rebecca Halbert, Jeanette Holocher, Mike Stuck, Tim Voie , and Thatcher Wood, will choose a student of the quarter. The choice will be based on the student’s 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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    Wow!! The hottest summer ever just flew by!! The 2015 - 2016 school year has started and there have been some pretty big changes!! We have a new SecOps Principal!! We would like to welcome Marty Reid as our new Grand Poobah!! We would also like to welcome our new SecOps Math, Science and English teacher, Thatcher Wood. Another big change is our class times. First Period starts at 8:30 and ends at 10:10, Second period starts at 10:10 and ends at 11:50, and Third Period starts at 12:20 and ends at 2:00. The school year is off to a great start. It's great to see some familiar faces as well as the new faces that have joined us.

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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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