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       TREK 

    TREK provides a continuum of services in a safe, structured therapeutic environment. Students in 4th-8th grade can grow socially, emotionally and academically, becoming better equipped to participate and succeed in a mainstream environment.   

     

     Eagle High School

    Eagle High School serves students in grades 9-12 who need more support with behavioral and social/emotional skills than a neighborhood school can provide. All students are receiving 504 or Special Education services and  participate in a multi-period day filled with academic and life skills classes. Math, English, science and social studies follow Spokane Public Schools' curriculum. Courses can be adjusted accordingly for those who need more functional or vocational experience.

     180°

    180° serves students in grades 7 and 8 who need more support with behavioral and social/emotional skills than a neighborhood school can provide. 180° staff use the Spokane Public Schools' curriculum to teach Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Science and Life Skills. 180° offers services in a safe, structured school environment where students grow academically, socially and behaviorally to be better equipped to participate and succeed at their neighborhood school.

     Summit High School

    Summit High School serves Special Education or 504 students who need more support with behavioral and social/emotional skills and attendance than a neighborhood school can provide.Two full-time certificated teachers and a mental health therapist staff this Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) program. Students in Summit High School work on academics and social/emotional skills in a flexible schedule with ownership over their learning. This program supports credit recovery and retrieval in an emotionally safe and structured environment. Student are referred to Summit High School by their neighborhood school's assistant principal. Our goal at Summit High School is to help students gain behavioral and academic skills.

     Transitions          

    Transitions serves students in grades 9-12 who need more support with behavioral and social/emotional skills than a neighborhood school can provide, are long-term suspended/expelled, and are on track to graduate. This Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) program supports credit recovery and retrieval in an emotionally safe and structured environment. Students are referred by their neighborhood school's assistant principal. Our goal is for students to gain credits and return to their neighborhood school or another school option.