Summit is an intensive secondary intervention program intended for students who display the highest risk of not earning a high school diploma. Students are eligible for Summit if they have been identified at-risk through the districts identification process and meet certain criteria. Curricular offerings include independent student, project based learning, direct instruction and online Edgenuity coursework. A connection to the student’s career interest is also a key component of the Summit program; each student will have a Personal Education Plan developed with a team of support personnel to include the student, teachers, counselors, family and other student-identified support personnel. Counselors, administrators, and drop-out prevention teachers work collaboratively to determine appropriate placement to this program. Summit is facilitated by a principal, four content specialists (Science, Social Studies, Math and English/Language Arts), a counselor and a special education instructor.
Summit Location and Hours
Summit is located at the Neveln building (406 SW School Street) on the second floor and is open from 9:00am-3:45pm Monday-Friday. Staff can be reached at (515) 963-7440 during those hours.