Cooperative Education is an educational program which develops partnerships between business, industry, and education to enable vocational students to enter the work force. Students gain valuable on-the-job training and employers benefit by acquiring workers who are trained in the basic skills necessary for their business.
Information on career planning and college readiness can be found here. Find resources for standardized testing such as the PSAT/SAT exams and contact information for the Southeastern Regional Guidance Department.
The Hawk's Nest Food Court is open daily from 7:15 - 7:45 AM for breakfast, during all lunch shifts and again from 2:15-2:30 PM for afternoon snack. All vending machines are turned off until 3:00 PM. Students and parents can prepay for breakfast, lunch, and snack online using the Nutrikids Website.
Special Education services are available to students who have been identified with disabilities require specialized instruction in order to make effective progress in accessing the curriculum. Individualized special education programs (IEP) are cooperatively developed by the students individual planning team, lead by a TEAM chairperson, which includes parents,teachers, administrators and, when appropriate, a speech and language pathologist, school psychologist, and/or other specialist. These TEAMS make every effort to provide the appropriate special education program to children in a general education setting or in a setting as close to the general education setting as possible.