Norwalk Pathways Academy
We are very excited to announce our Civil Service Academy officer's have been recognized nationally by the United States Attorney's Office
Read all about it here:
Civil Service Academy Officer's National Award
Our police and fire academies are starting February 8th!!
**Check out the "About Our School" section under the "News" tab above to learn how we have changed more than just the name of our school!!
Also, click on the "What's New" section under the "News" tab above to learn about all of the new additions to our school for the 2016-2017 year!
Norwalk Pathways Academy is dedicated to utilizing a holistic approach toward serving students’ individual, educational, and personal needs. Our approach will ensure students succeed in completing their high school requirements within four years while preparing them to become productive citizens and lifelong learners who thrive in a global society.
In order for our students to achieve their goals and maximize their potential, it is essential that the school, the student, and the student’s family work together as a unified team. This includes having a clear understanding of what is expected of each participant. This agreement outlines the responsibilities and expectations of each participant for students attending the Norwalk Pathways Academy.
The Norwalk Pathways Academy will:
-Provide a physically and emotionally safe environment
communication home regarding student absences and tardies
-Communicate all rules and procedures to parents and students
-Provide clearly defined behavioral expectations and equitable
-Seek parent and student cooperation and input in educational
Students enrolled at NPA will:
-Arrive on time every day and adhere to the district attendance policy
-Schedule any medical appointments before or after school
-Take responsibility for requesting any/all make-up work if absent
-Remain on school grounds the entire school day unless granted special privileges from the principal
-Develop and apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills. If a problem arises, students will seek out support from an adult to proactively resolve the conflict
-Actively participate in daily Credit Recovery and online learning by consistently logging in and completing assignments. Failure to do so will result in losing privileges
-Be positive representatives of their school and constructive members of the larger community
-Participate in student led conferences with teacher and parent
-Adhere to all rules and procedures established by NPA (includes cell phones/electronics locked in lockers)
Parents of students enrolled at NPA will:
-Support their child’s consistent attendance and encourage academic achievement
-Understand that lack of participation in the Credit Recovery program will result in losing privileges
-Attend school meetings, conferences and activities
-Work collaboratively and respectfully with school staff to support their child’s school behavior, attendance and academic achievement
-Track student progress through the parent portal in Power Schools
-Participate in student led conferences with teachers
-Adhere to all school rules, procedures, and attendance policy
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