Mission

“Our mission is to provide personalized, evidence-based educational services for non-traditional learners in collaboration with families and public school districts.”

 

  • Accelerated Program

    Program Type

  • 9th-12th

    Grades Served

  • Computer-based Learning

    Instructional Model

Program Highlights

On-site Computer-based Learning
This is the only contracted computer-based program. Students use the A+ Online system to earn credits. Teachers are always on site and always available to help. 25%-30% of instruction happens in small groups with a teacher. The A+ Online program also provides differentiated supports to assist students at any level, including those with lower reading levels.

Flexible Scheduling
Ombudsman Northwest Accelerated is a half-day program with morning and afternoon sessions. Students choose the session at their interview and open seats depend on availability.

Community Service
Ombudsman Northwest Accelerated has strong partnerships with a number of local community organizations and church and offers various opportunities for students to participate in community service opportunities including food and clothes drives, holiday donations, and public service opportunities.

Parent Engagement
Parents and guardians are an important part of the Ombudsman Northwest Accelerated program. In addition to multiple parent engagement events and activities throughout the year, Ombudsman also hosts a Parent Advisory Board that meets regularly to support the program and provide feedback and ideas for the best ways to support students.

Extra Curricular Activities

Ombudsman Northwest Accelerated offers a number of community service and civic engagement opportunities for students to participate in, as well as a newly formed Scrabble Team.

Reports

  • Alternative Education Progress Report
    The Alternative Education Progress Report (AEPR) is an innovative tool designed to provide a high-level overview of how our alternative programs are performing. The AEPR reflects our core belief that all students deserve to attend great schools and that we must hold ourselves to a standard of equitable educational excellence.
    2016-2017 | 2017-2018 | 2018-2019
  • Operational Walk-trough Reports
    Operational Walk-throughs are formal observations during which a review team focuses primarily on the operational aspects of a program for the following domains: Vision for Learning; Family & Community Relationships; School Safety; Positive Environment, High Quality Instruction; Talent Development; and Data.
    2017-2018 | 2018-2019
  • Instructional Walk-through Reports
    Instructional Walk-throughs are formal observations in which a review team focuses primarily on the instructional aspects of a program for the following components: Academic Success Questions with Leadership; Academic Success Questions with Teachers; Academic Success Questions with Students; and Classroom Observations.
    2017-2018 | 2018-2019
  • District-wide Survey
    The District-wide Survey is a tool for capturing feedback from the school community on five key topics related to school improvement—climate, instruction, leadership, professional capacity, and parent/guardian-community ties.  Questions are asked of each group to gather overall feedback about each school.
    2018-2019