|Principal||Brandy Antillfirstname.lastname@example.org||Behavior Coordinator | Truancy Prevention Facilitator|
|Principal’s Secretary||Stacey Buttsemail@example.com|
|Student Services||Rachel Rossfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Teacher||Karen Hinchemail@example.com||Science | Tech Apps | Health|
|Teacher||Lana Taylorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Social Studies|
|Teacher||Eric Hartmanemail@example.com||Spanish | Art | Speech | Debate|
|Teacher||Lee Hollandfirstname.lastname@example.org||Speech | Debate|
Homebound services are educational services provided in the home for a student who is unable to attend school because of a diagnosed health condition. The student’s campus teacher(s) will remain the teacher(s) of record, will provide lesson plans, materials, student books and tests in a timely manner, and will assign grades. A homebound teacher will provide weekly services to eligible students. Typically students are seen for two hours twice a week for a total of four hours a week. As this is far less time than a traditional school day, the student must do 90% of the assigned work between the homebound teacher’s visits. The student must be willing to work independently and accept the responsibility of homework with the guidance of the homebound teacher.
|Teacher||Jane Hanksemail@example.com||Department Chair|
Welcome to the Adult Transition Services Classroom. Students learn work skills and skills necessary for making the transition to adulthood beyond public school.
Students gain work experience by working at a variety of local businesses with whom the district has an agreement. Additionally, students learn to perform household tasks as well.