School Support Program
Prevention, Recovery, and Alternative Programs
DROPOUT RECOVERY PROGRAM
(JOHN HOPKINS RESEARCH PROGRAM)
COURSE RECOVERY PROGRAM
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS
SERVICINGMIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS (6-12)The Division of Student Support Services in conjunction with School Support Programs is committed to providing assistance to all students and their families in an effort to remove all academic barriers to learning. Birmingham City schools offer students the opportunity to learn important skills that help them understand the importance of education through the support of student programs.The primary purpose of a Dropout Prevention Program and staff members is to collaborate with districts, schools, and other sectors of the community by exploring ways to prevent students from dropping out of school. The program will provide them with resources, opportunities and outreach that will ultimately help studentsBirmingham City Schools ultimate goal is to provide students with support programs that will enrich, enhance, and innovate students the importance of education. We plan to make sure that all programs are geared to motivate students to stay focus, alert, and ready to take advantage of what our system has to offer.
As educators, we plan to do what it takes to provide the services needed in order to increase our graduation rate.
Ezra E. Shine, Ed. S.
Coordinator of Prevention, Recovery And Alternative Education Programs
District ACT Coordinator