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General Information

General Information

GOAL Program Overview

Program Outlets

The GOAL Program is primarily a web-based alternative program that is centered in District 308 classrooms. 
The GOAL Program serves junior high and high schools within District 308. 
The GOAL program typically serves 60 students at one time, with students having the opportunity to graduate and/or transition back to their high schools. 


Throughout the year, the GOAL Program will usually have more than 100 students benefit from alternative learning.  The GOAL Program serves our most vulnerable students throughout the district.  Students work independently on a computer to complete their course work, which is also supplemented with bookwork and direct instruction courses.  A teacher supervises each classroom and assists students through their coursework and the learning process.  The GOAL program uses a student-centered, strength-based approach.  It is the philosophy of the program that small classrooms and one teacher for every 18 students facilitates student success and engagement in the education process. The program also has a full-time social worker to support students throughout the day, along with 2 teaching assistants, a dean's assistant, and a program administrator.  Information regarding certified staff can be found under the staff icon on the home page of the school website.  

Mission Statement

Together, we empower, support, and motivate all students to thrive along their unique educational journey.

Visitors Policy

Visitors are welcome on school property, provided their presence will not be disruptive. All visitors must initially report to the Building Principal's office. Please contact the school for the visitor's entrance. 
Any person wishing to confer with a staff member must contact that staff member by telephone to make an appointment. Conferences with teachers are held outside school hours or during the teacher's conference/preparation period.
  • All visitors must sign in and out.
  • All visitors must wear a name tag.