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5101.5.3
The program shall provide for personalized learning
and accommodate the entry and
exit of students;
5101.5.4
Curricular and instructional practices shall reflect high expectations for students;
5101.5.5
The instructional program shall be delivered in a climate conducive to learning;
5101.5.6
Sufficient instructional materials, supplies and equipment shall be available to de-
liver the instructional program.
5101.6 Statewide Assessment Program
5101.6.1
Students enrolled in alternative education programs shall participate in the Statewide
Assessment Program. The test scores for these students shall be counted in the results of the
referring school.
5101.7 Support Services
5101.7.1
Students in alternative education programs shall receive school counseling services
and/or other support services, such as school social work or psychological services, as indi-
cated in the student’s written plan.
5101.8 Special Education
5101.8.1
Harrison County Schools shall comply with applicable state, local and federal laws
and regulations in the education of exceptional students placed in alternative education pro-
grams.
5101.9
Personnel
5101.9.1
Classroom teachers shall be selected on the basis of the teachers’ demonstration of
competence pursuant to the requirements of §18A-4-7a of the West Virginia Code. Special-
ized training for these positions that will be considered pursuant to this section of the WV
Code include, but are not limited to:
5101.9.1.1
ability to effect positive behavior in disruptive students.
5101.9.1.2
effective leadership and/or mentoring skills in working with youth.
5101.9.1.3
successful experience in providing education to troubled or disruptive youth.