JHS’ PLP Program Held Thanksgiving Luncheon

The Jamestown High School’s Personalized Learning Program (PLP) recently held a Thanksgiving Luncheon to promote a teacher/parent partnership to maximize student growth and progress. PLP is a transitionary, alternate school that offers low class sizes and a modified curriculum pace for freshmen and sophomore level core classes.  This program serves as a dropout prevention program and gives students an opportunity to earn high school credits in non-traditional educational setting.  In this program students can earn points each day in order to attend JHS full-time.

“We sent out invitations to all PLP students and their families. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to give thanks for students and parents in the program and to show that we are here to work with them for the betterment of their child,” said JHS Assistant Principal Tom Langworthy.

The lunch was free for families and the staff held a raffle to win two gifts. Families were also invited to a PowerSchool tutorial on December 2nd from 9 to 11a.m. at the Tech Academy to learn more about how to monitor student progress.

A special thanks to the PLP staff, Seb DiNapoli, Patricia Morrow, Chris Roberts, and Cathy Sadowski, who helped organize the Thanksgiving Luncheon.

posted on 12/05/2016 - filed under: Academics, JHS, Spotlight, Students, teachers, Technology