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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  • Parents of Work-Based Learning Students...If you were unable to attend the parent/student meeting, please review the PowerPoint and read and sign important papers that will be sent home.
Last Modified on July 30, 2018