Work Based Learning is a partnership involving the school, employer, student, instructor, and parent.  It aligns in-school instruction with on-the-job training.  Students are given the opportunity to earn high school elective credit while learning and earning on the job.  The curriculum is planned and supervised by the Work Based Learning Instructional Leader according to a signed training plan and agreement.
    The state WBL curriculum requires that each student create a portfolio.  Assignments are given each month in addition to other course requirements.
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  • Mandatory for parents and students of Work-Based Learning ....Please review the Parent and Student Video Presentation.  The PowerPoint is listed below the presentation.
    ALL required documents should be signed by the parent(s), student, employer, and myself by the assigned date in Google Classroom.  Please be aware of two-sided documents.  The signature on these documents are crucial for County and State documentation.  Students will be removed from WBL if required documents are not returned.
Last Modified on August 12, 2020