Critical Thinking. Personal Responsibility. Self-Sufficiency
We accept ALL prior credits earned
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Monthly Principal Coffee is held at 10am on the last Wednesday of each month. These informal coffees have no agenda and are intended for casual conversation. All parents and community members are welcome to attend. Please join us!
On days when the weather is severe, you may tune in to any local radio or television station to see if our school will be closed or click the link Emergency Closings link above for immediate information.
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Jane Addams High School receives federal funding through Title I, Part A. This federal program provides financial assistance to schools serving high percentages of economically disadvantaged students to ensure that students meet challenging state academic standards.
Since more than 40 percent of the Jane Addams High School student body is classified as economically disadvantaged, JAHS uses Title I funding to operate a school wide program to upgrade the educational program for the whole school. Our schoolwide Title I program includes strategies to address academics, social barriers, and parental involvement.
More than 50,000 schools across the country use Title I funds to provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help low-achieving students master challenging curricula and meet state standards in core academic subjects.
As a parent of a student who attends a school receiving Title I funds, you have a right under federal law to request information about the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers who instruct your child and the Title I paraprofessionals who assist them. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) gives you the right to ask for the following information about each of your student’s classroom teachers and their paraprofessional assistants: