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School-to-work. Woonsocket High School 2000-2001. School-to-work Overview. Program links education and work on a continuous basis Focuses on application rather than lecture Connects students to their community Challenges students with high standards Expands student’s career experiences.

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School-to-work

Woonsocket High School

2000-2001


School-to-work Overview

  • Program links education and work on a continuous basis

  • Focuses on application rather than lecture

  • Connects students to their community

  • Challenges students with high standards

  • Expands student’s career experiences


Course Requirements

  • Must be at least a junior in good academic standing.

  • Should have fewer than 7 absences from the previous semester.

  • Must submit application to the program and be accepted by the supervising instructor, administration and prospective employer.

  • Must adhere to the attendance, dress, grooming and behavior policy of both the school and the prospective employer.

  • Should have at least a 2.0 GPA.


School-to-work Program

  • Local businesses are contacted

  • Job openings are advertised

  • Students fill out application

  • Interviews are conducted

  • Training agreements are signed

  • Student enters career with supervision by instructor

  • Evaluation phase concludes experience

  • Exit interview conducted


Student will set high goals and reach them

STW Coordinator will conduct regular observations

Students may be removed for poor performance or non-interest in career field

Students will dress appropriately for job requirements

No student will take the place of a regular employee

No student will be placed in an unsafe work site

Training site and student expectations


Grading and Evaluation

  • Employer = 80%

  • Journal = 10%

  • Time cards = 10%

  • Tardy slips will affect the grade:

    • 0-3 no penalty

    • 4-6: 1 grade deduction

    • 7-9: 2 grade deduction

    • > 10: Failure


Employer responsibilities

  • Provide a variety of work experiences

  • Assist in evaluating the worker

  • Provide occupational guidance

  • Identify skill deficiencies

  • Provide accurate records of attendance and progress


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