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Note: Not all course are offered every term.
Advanced Physical Education (up to 10 credits)
The student will independently complete a research project on an approved topic. Records of improved fitness level, self-monitoring, and analysis of results is required.
English Intervention (10 credits)
Students placed in this intensive intervention course through diagnostic assessment will receive instruction in reading and writing, including: strategies for increased comprehension, word analysis skills, prewriting skills, graphic organizers and flow charts, and the writing process. The program is designed to accelerate growth in language and literacy for struggling readers and English language learners. The program offers three different reading levels which cover explicit skills instruction, text structures, grammar instruction and writing strategies and applications.
Employment Training Skills (10 credits)
This employment skills training course through the Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is designed to prepare students for regular employment based on market demands and the student's career goals and interests. Students will learn the basics of hygiene and grooming, the fundamentals of job retention and the mechanics of completing applications and resumes. Students will be involved with career exploration through speakers and work site tours.
Life Skills (1 credit)
Students meet in study groups to learn effective problem solving strategies, goal setting, and basic life skills. This course is offered at Feather River Academy.
Life Skills (up to 40 credits)
Students participate in therapeutic group activities to solve problems, develop and refine social skills, develop self-esteem, set personal and academic goals, and learn basic life skills. This course is offered through the Emotional Disturbance(ED)/Day Rehabilitation Program.
Orientation (1 credit)
This introduction is designed to acquaint incoming students with the rules and traditions of the school and the skills to be successful in making the transition. Students will practice effective communication and social skills. The orientation will include writing a reflective autobiography and setting goals for completing requirements for graduation.
Regional Occupational Program (ROP) (10 credits)
The Tri-County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) provides an opportunity for students to explore the world of work while mastering the necessary skills needed for college, advanced training, business and industry. By applying the academics and skills acquired while in high school to a real-job environment, students may upgrade their existing skills and/or prepare for advanced training. All of this is accomplished through a combination of classroom instruction by qualified instructors and supervised hands-on training in laboratory or real work environments.
Student Leadership (10 credits)
The course is designed to provide students with skills they need to become effective leaders: understanding leadership styles, research into changes and reform. Students will learn and apply effective communication skills, group dynamics, and interpersonal skills.