Capeside Regional High School Community and Education System Analysis

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Welcome to Capeside Regional High School! As an administrator in the Instructional Support Program, I hope you will feel part of the CRHS community and education system. Capeside Regional prides itself as a school that encourages respect, diversity, and positive feelings of community, safety and acceptance (Handbook, 2013). Students will learn how to demonstrate innovation and creativity, take responsibility of their actions, and recognize they contribute to their local, national, and global communities (Greene, 2013) through various cultural opportunities and experiences. Please continue reading to learn how Capeside Regional High School offers a comprehensive educational experience for grades nine to twelve. Nestled between the towns …show more content…
Capeside Regional High School offers ten programs of study for students: Applied Arts and Tech, English, Fine and Performing Arts, Foreign Language, Health and Fitness, Health Office, Instructional Support, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies (Handbook, 2013).
In the Instructional Support Program, there are 132 students who represent 10.4% of the overall school population (NEASC, 2013). According to 2010 data by Assabet Valley Collaborative (Greene, 2013), students with disabilities who are diagnosed with neurological, SLD (specific learning disorder), communication or other health disability make up 90 of the 132 students registered. Nineteen students are diagnosed with emotional impairment and 12 students are autistic. [SEE CHART C]
The 195 employees at CRHS can be broken down into five categories: administration (4), staff (39), faculty (130), cafeteria (11), and maintenance (11). In the faculty department, teachers and instructional support aides help deliver a high quality education (M. Capablo, 2014). [SEE CHART D]
Library employees play an essential role in supporting faculty and students. With one certified librarian and two library aides, they provide teachers with classroom access and support to technology (NEASC, 2013). Library staff collaborates with 9th grade social studies and 10th grade health teachers to provide an orientation for students in those

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