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Teacher NamesSchool DistrictContact InformationPrograms Available
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Sarah Sieg
Mount Horeb Area School District
siegsarah@mhasd.k12.wi.usGED Options 2
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Heather HoltBeaver Dam
holth@bdusd.org 920-885-7313 ext 1309
APEX : I work with students who do not have enough credits to graduate. I try to prevent them from having to go to our alternative school. I also work with 9th graders who are struggling (like a guided study hall)
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Laura LindbergKaukauna Area School DistrictLindbergl@kaukaunasd.orgEagle Academy
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Middle school alternative education program
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7th & 8th grade students
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Courses offered: ELA, Resource, and Character Education
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Lisa SpegalChippewa Valley High School -spegallm@chipfalls.orgGEDO 2
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Ann Lepak,Nekoosa School Districtann_lepak@nekoosa.k12.wi.usNekoosa Academy, Serves at-risk students grades 9th-12th and beyond
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Melissa ErtzBangor School Districtmertz@bangorsd.netat risk/alternative (computer aided program)
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Susan HenkelSlingersusan.henkel@slingerschools.orgAlternative Education; Study Center for students identified at risk of not graduating with their peers
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Shanna McMullinBloomershanna.mcmullin@gmail.com9-12 Alt Ed, GEDO II, Virtual Ed
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Wendy AppelWautoma Area SDappelw@wautoma.k12.wi.usWHS Crossroads, Alternative Education Program
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Roger (Ian) ZertlerWautoma Area SDzertlerr@wautoma.k12.wi.usWHS Crossroads, Alternative Education Program
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Kristin SiskowSomerset High Schoolksiskow@somerset.k12.wi.usTitle to come....right now I house Alternative/credit recovery, online line, Virtual, and targeted study hall/intervention
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Levi MasseySauk Prairie High Schoollevi.massey@saukprairieschools.orgAlternative Education/GEDO2
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Dodi ParkerSauk Prairie High Schooldodi.parker@saukprairieschools.orgEagle Academy
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Bruce BreyPardeevillebreybr@pasdwi.orgThe Pardeeville Area School District’s Students Taking Alternative Routes to Success (STARS) program provides a welcoming environment to all at-risk students in the middle/high schools, as well as a clear path to graduation. This is accomplished by offering a program that is supportive, challenging and fosters connections within the school and community. Pathways include: executive skills development, academic support, credit recovery and GED Option 2.
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Kristy ThursRice Lakethursk@ricelake.k12.wi.usSUCCESS program: credit recovery is my main focus and I also have students who cannot make a good connection with the high school due to illness, anxiety, family isses, etc
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Tyler BovreNTC, Antigo Alternative High SchoolTbovre@antigoschools.orgPartners Alternative High School, Grades 12 and a few 11.
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Josh RankinSouthern Door School District
jrankin@southerndoor.k12.wi.us
SOAR Program- Alternative Education program within Southern Door High School. We offer credit recovery, work study, online courses and GED-02 paths to high school completion.
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Sara GerritsonFond du Lacgerritsons@fonddulac.k12.wi.usFond du Lac County Jail Adult High School Educator
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Matt Hechel
Appleton North HS Appleton Area School District
hechelmatthew@aasd.k12.wi.us
POLARIS Program
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sara andersonspartasanderson@spartan.orgSAILS - Sparta Alternative Independent Learning School, Serving At-Risk High School Students grades 9-12.
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Jessica ProkopWhitewater Unifiedjprokop@wwusd.orgGEDO2
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Competency-Based Diploma
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Paul RandolphSt. Croix Fallsrandopa@scfschools.comRiver Valley School (alternative)
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Marty LatailleOak Creek- Franklin School Districtm.lataille@ocfsd.orgConnects Learning Center
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Racquel DrunaskyDeForest School Districtrdrunasky@deforestschools.orgNew Reflections Alternative School
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Kim MayerMadison Metropolitan School Districtkbmayer@madison.k12.wi.usSAPAR is a program for pregnant and parenting teens (I teach social studies)
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Lesa ReisdorfMadison,WIlreisdorf@madison.k12.wi.usSAPAR-(School Age Parent Program) Pregnant or recent teen moms. Full day of academic & parent curric.1 year max. Day care on site.
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Dave Schaller
Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District
schalldp@chipfalls.orgChippewa Valley High School - Credit remediation alternative program. Focus on credit remediation, building solid core skills, and personal growth
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Tina GoecksSchool District of Beloittgoecks@sdb.k12.wi.usBeloit Learning Academy - 6th-12th grade Alternative School
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Susan ZoromskiChippewa Falls School Districtzoromssc@chipfalls.orgChippewa Valley High School: An alternative ed program for grades 10-12.
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Susan BaileySchool District of Beloit608.361.4360Beloit Learning Academy - 6th-12th grade Alternative School
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Cassie MontanioSun Prairie Area School District
ccmonta@sunprairieschools.org
Prairie Phoenix Academy, an Alternative High School in Sun Prairie, WI. Approx. 100 students in grades 10-12. Project-based learning and personalized learning.
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Lisa BurdickRipon Area School District920-748-4616 x3250Crossroads Academy provides students the opportunity to earn their high school diploma through a structured learning environment with an emphasis on building community, practical application of academic skills, employability skills, and developing positive post-high school transitions. Crossroads Academy offers courses that are personalized, give students the opportunity to be hands on, and participate in discussion, placed-based learning and project-based learning while collaborating with others. The goal, with the support of parents and community, is to provide students with an individualized, alternative learning experience which will maximize their academic and social growth, and prepare them for life after high school.
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Kristin Van Der GeestWausauvandergeest@ntc.eduNorthcentral Technical College Alternative High School
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HSED
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Randy Vinter, Nate Cleveland, MaryBeth Freeh
Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools(715) 424-6750The purpose of LEAP is to help students who are experiencing difficulties in the regular academic setting. The curriculum attempts to deal with the reasons for students with more successful academic experiences. Goals are to increase self-esteem and academic success.
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The program offers smaller classes and therefore more attention to individual students than in regular, larger classes. A close relationship is developed between teachers and students, and this relationship enhances the chances for success
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Students are nominated for available positions in LEAP by teachers, counselors, and administrators who have noticed at-risk concerns. Once they are notified of their nominations, interested students go through a selection process.
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The selection process consists of attending an informational meeting, going through an interview with LEAP teachers, and finally finding out about program acceptance. A LEAP Selection Committee made up of counselors, administrators, and LEAP teachers decides on enrollment for the program each term. Enrollment typically is only for two successive terms.
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LEAP offers many opportunities for students to improve themselves and their skills academically, thus giving those individuals who had been viewed as “at risk of failure” a chance to achieve success in school. Successful completion of high school can boost personal growth and promote post-secondary educational and employment goals.
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Louise AllenElcholallen@elchoschool.orgThe Pathways Program serves at-risk high school students in need of credit recovery and/or an alternative route to achieve academic success. The Program utilizes OdysseyWare and PASS for credit recovery and also offers GEDO#2
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Amanda JohnsonTomahawk School District
johnsona@tomahawk.k12.wi.us
Tomahawk Options for Progress- GEDO2 and credit recovery program
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Success Skills- middle school tier 2 and 3 PBIS interventions
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Jeremy Gemig
St. Francis School District, St. Francis High School
jgemig@sfsd.k12.wi.usAlternative Education Program - GED Option 2 and Credit Recovery
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Ann KleiberAbbotsford School Districtakleiber@abbotsford.k12.wi.usFalcon Enterprises Alternative High School (off site program which is a consortium of three school districts- Abbotsbord, Colby & Spencer. We offer credit recovery and the GEDO2 program.
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Dave LueckWisconsin Challenge Academydavid.lueck@wisconsin.govThe Wisconsin Challenge Academy is an alternative education program designed to reclaim the lives of at-risk youth and produce graduates with the values, skills, education and self-discipline necessary to succeed as adults.
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Karla SchmidKaukauna High Schoolschmidk@kaukaunasd.orgAlternative Education Department: GEDO#2 Program/At-Risk Teacher/Credit Recovery
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Vicki OboikovitzDC EverestVoboikovitz@dce.k12.wi.usVolunteens 6/7 grade “At-Risk” Academic Support, parental connection, Resource, Career/Goal setting, Life Skills, Critical Thinking Lessons, Volunteering opportunities. Meet with students each day, and connect with them as needed throughout the day. Staff also connects with me daily on needs of students.
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Pete RileyEau Clairepriley@ecasd.usMcKinley Charter School
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Credit component- 24 at-risk students
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Competency component- 150 (17-21 year old students) competency based curriculum
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The Learning Center (12 anxiety disorder students 7thand 8th grade)
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Northwest Regional Detention Center
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Eau Claire County Jail Instructor
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Homeless Liaison
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Matt Smith
Evansville Community School District
smithm@evansville.k12.wi.uscompetency based alternative education program and a GEDO 2 program
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Lisa FrankowFond du lac
frankowl@fonddulac.k12.wi.us/920-929-6967
Juvenile Secure Detention Teacher - long term/72 hour holds/ages 10-17/multiple counties served/male and female students/1 teacher
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Judy GulcynskiStanley-Boyd School Districtjgulcynski@s-bschools.orgOpen Doors Academy
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Serving students in the Stanley-Boyd, Thorp, Cornell, Cadott and Gilman school districts
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Jason JohnsonGreen Bay Area Public Schoolsjajohnson1@gbaps.orgThe Academy, a competecy based educational program for credit defiecent seniors.
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Katy SchroederGreen Bay Area Public Schoolsdkschroeder@gbaps.orgThe Academy, a competecy based educational program for credit defiecent seniors.
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Jamie PittmannHartford School Districtjamie.piittmann@huhs.orgGEDO #2 teacher
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Melanie MeracleWatertown Unified School District
meracleme@watertown.k12.wi.us
GEDO #2 teacher
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Alternative Learning Center
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Suzanne MitichWatertown Unified School Districtmitichs@watertown.k12.wi.usCompetency Program
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Alternative Learning Center
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