|Title:||Programs for At-Risk/Disadvantaged Students|
|Summary:||Programs for At-Risk/Disadvantaged Students|
PROGRAMS FOR AT-RISK/DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS
Students "at risk" in Wyoming are defined, according to State Board of Education Rules and Regulations, as individuals of school age who appear likely to fail economically, socially, and academically.
The Superintendent shall promulgate procedures within the District to identify and provide intervention services for "at risk" students.
The District will provide instruction, when appropriate, through the school curriculum directed at the prevention of "at risk" behavior.
District stakeholders shall be involved in the development of procedures, services, and curriculum strategies to be utilized with "at risk" students.