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QUALITY EDUCATION IN A STRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT
Pathway School is committed to offering quality educational services to our youth by providing a safe and structured learning environment. Pathway School is recognized by the Alabama State Department of Education as a Specialized Treatment Center (STC).
The professional staff includes six full-time teachers, a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) instructor, and the Education Coordinator. Four of the professional staff are also certified in special education. At least one other paraprofessional staff is present in each class to assist with behavior management when necessary.
REGULAR AND/OR SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AVAILABLE
The students may receive regular education and/or special education services, as many may meet criteria to receive services as individuals with disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Core Curriculum classes are scheduled in eight periods of fifty minutes each. The average class size is thirteen students. Students are grouped in multi-grade and multi-subject clusters within each core curriculum class, thereby reducing the range of differences in core area content presented during each class period. The Alabama Courses of Study drives the core content curriculum.
SCHOOL CALENDAR AND INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PLANS (IEP)
Pathway School's calendar runs concurrently with that of Coffee County Schools, the district in which Pathway, Inc. is located. Grading periods are scheduled for every quarter with report cards being distributed to the students, parents/guardians, primary therapists at Pathway, Inc. and referral sources. For those students receiving special education services, a quarterly Individual Education Plan (IEP) Progress Report is sent with the report card.
The Education Department of Pathway, Inc. (Coffee and Baldwin County) will destroy inactive special education records during August/September 2023.
All inactive confidential special education student records dated prior to school year 2017-2018 will be destroyed.
Any former student wishing to have his/her special education records or any parent/guardian wishing to have their child’s special education records should contact Benita Wilson, Education Secretary (Coffee County) at 334-894-5405, or Brandi Brantley, Education Secretary (Baldwin County) at 251-200-1264.
Identification will be required prior to release of the records.
FOR RECORDS REQUESTS PLEASE CONTACT:
BENITA WILSON (NEW BROCKTON) BRANDI BRANTLEY (ATMORE)
School Administrative Assistant School Administrative Assistant
Phone: (334) 894-5405 Phone: (251) 200-1264
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Phone: (334) 894-5405