Really personalized instruction to meet the needs of all the students. Staff and student relationships are key to student learning. All students make connections that improve their motivations to learn.
The Center for Alternative Instructional Resources (CAIR) is the campus and administrative center for the following alternative programs: Transitions (6th 12th grade), Crossroads Suspension Program (4th-12th grade) and Missouri Options GED Program. The District Focus program is also located at CAIR. Our instructional delivery system is focused on real-life project-based learning and we hope to expand partnerships with community businesses and agencies for internship experiences. We are also continuing our advisory program Transitions, in which each student and staff member will belong to a Family that will meet weekly to monitor student academic and behavior progress, communicate with families, and monitor progress toward graduation. CAIR Families participate in Community Service Projects and activities together. Advisers focus their efforts with parent communication and partnerships.