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Make a Choice – Get Back In School

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Make a Choice-Get Back In School

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of school in the United States.  That translates to 7,000 students per day, and 1.2 million per year nationwide. Student Services is committed to working with all stakeholders to decrease the number of students who drop out of school and increase the graduation rate.  

A number of supportive services are available to raise awareness of the impact of school dropout, to identify students at-risk of school failure, and to recover students that dropped out of school. counselors, social workers, and psychologists are available at every school to assist parents, guardians, and students with accessing these services.

View the “Get Back In School” Newsletter.

“Make a Choice Week” Proclamation

 

Outlined below are current dropout recovery efforts in the district.

Public Awareness Campaign: 
The Student Services and Communications Department are working collectively to bring awareness to the detrimental effects of dropping out of school and the array of support services provided by CCS to keep students in school.View the CCS’ Dropout Public Service Announcement.
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Published by Shirley Carter on January 31, 2017
        
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