WALKER COUNTY 180 PROGRAM
THE WALKER COUNTY 180 PROGRAM IS A BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION SCHOOL SERVING STUDENTS FROM GRADES 5-12 WITHIN THE WALKER COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM.
Walker County 180 Program Mission Statement
The mission of the Walker County 180 Program Program is to prepare our students for future success by providing a supportive school environment that focuses on increasing academic and pro-social behaviors and skills, while providing functional life skills instruction.
Walker County 180 Program Purpose
The Walker County 180 Program exists to serve the needs of middle and high school students who cannot remain in a traditional school setting. The Walker County 180 Program provides an innovative educational program, combined with a staff of dedicated administrators, teachers and counselors who are committed to helping students develop the skills necessary to be a productive member of the traditional school setting.
Walker County 180 Program Goals:
Engaged learners who:
- Demonstrate growth in reading, writing, and the application of mathematical concepts
- Communicate effectively through oral and written expression
- Think critically by evaluating, analyzing and synthesizing information for life-long learning
Productive members of society who:
- Demonstrate tolerance and positive interpersonal relationships within diverse settings
- Demonstrate skills for constructive, non-violent conflict resolution
- Demonstrate successful daily living skills
- Learn the importance of ethics, integrity and global responsibility