Our vision of the future at the Secondary Learning Center includes developing learners who are:
The learner completes his/her local graduation requirements, local school special education requirements, or selected IEPC goals for those on a non-diploma track.
The learner recognizes his/her talents and abilities through involvement in social, recreational and physical activities, as well as establishing realistic goals, priorities and action plans in academic, vocational and lifeskill areas.
The student implements routines, applies strategies and follows through to task completion.
The learner reads, writes, speaks, and computes at a level that allows him or her to function independently within personal, academic and vocational contexts.
The learner demonstrates a knowledge of behaviors that are potentially harmful and strategies for prevention and response.
The learner works cooperatively and constructively with others to manage conflicts, solve problems, and accomplish goals.
Information and Technology Users
The student uses technology to accomplish personal and vocational goals.