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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

School-to-work

Woonsocket High School

2000-2001


School to work overview

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

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

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


Training site and student expectations

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

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

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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