H.A.W.K.S. Student Profile
Based on their academic history and their individual learning needs, students considered for entry to the H.A.W.K.S. program require an alternative learning environment to earn a Woodland Regional High School diploma.
These students may
● have been identified via various academic, medical, social indicators and/or behavioral indicators that they are struggling to succeed in a comprehensive high school setting.
● have been identified by a guidance counselor or school social worker after previous educational placements. A past history of school interventions has not yielded social and/or academic success.
Students will be considered for voluntary enrollment in the H.A.W.K.S. Alternative School via a referral process, and will be enrolled only after a referral meeting.
Upon acceptance, students will meet with the alternative school staff to formulate an Individualized Learning Plan, whose goal is a timely and appropriate return to Woodland Regional High School, preferably in time to graduate in four years.