SFSF - College & Career
College and Career Ready
The College and Career Ready project will prepare ASD students for postsecondary education, training, and careers to help meet Alaska’s workforce needs. Through the use of assessments, curriculum, and professional guidance and planning, students and families will have extensive information on student interests, aptitudes, and needs related to education and career pathways.
SFSF supports the College and Career Ready project through:
College and Career Readiness Assessments
EXPLORE (8th), PLAN (10th), WorkKeys (11th), ACT (11th), WIN (supplement providing career-themed lessons and assessments).
Individual Learning and Career Plan (ILCP)
Each middle school student will develop an ILCP with the assistance of their career guide.
Middle School Career Guides
The guides work with each middle school student to develop their ILCP; coordinate career fairs; administer assessments; and develop relationships with students and their families.
To coordinate the Middle School Career Guides and facilitate implementation of the College and Career Ready project.
Parent Evenings and Workshops
Parent outreach will be complemented with special events to engage parents and their students in developing college and career readiness.
West/Romig Master Plan Implementation
Hire of two positions approved by the school board March 15 to lead implementation of the West High School/Romig Middle School Campus Master Plan.
Summer Gifted Mentorship Program
High school program that provides students with an idea of what it is like to work in a field of their interest by being teamed with a professional who acts as their mentor during a 45-60 hour program. ARRA funds support the summer session by funding two Gifted Program teacher/coordinators needed to operate the session.
Project Lead the Way: Service High School has established an innovative Biomedical Sciences program as part of its Biomedical Career Academy. ARRA funds support the purchase of instructional materials for implementation of the Project Lead the Way program.