Career Pathways goals are to provide a safe learning environment that fosters the soft skills necessary to become career and college ready. We start with an emphasis on Professional, Appreciative, Thoughtful and Helpful actions that promote empathy and social justice. We work to increase students’ perceptions of autonomy, belongingness, goal orientation, academic press, engagement and hope.
The federal government has given schools additional funding to support learners and staff during the Covid 19 pandemic. This can be anything from field trips to face masks. Ms. Liz and Dr. Joan co-lead the committee that gathers feedback and ideas from the school community. Please visit our website’s Covid 19 Updates page to view our Safe
At Career Pathways students have the option to choose a new elective each month. Electives are a variety of topics and include activities that range from Basketball to Board Games. Students and teachers work together to create the elective options. This month our science teacher Ms. Luna is using her passion for plants and animals to introduce
We are able to provide every student with a backpack and school supplies. We have been fortunate to be able to partner with Kids in Need and The Salvation Army to provide school supplies to all of our students free of charge. Students may choose to bring their own. The school supply list is very
Experiential Learning is one of the three kinds of learning that we offer at Career Pathways. We specialize in experiential learning options for all of our students. It can mean credit for work and volunteer time, class field trips, or hands on projects. Our Summer Longboard Program is an example of experiential learning and brought
Since Jan 1, fifteen students have graduated in 2021 and most of those graduates are planning to start college this fall. Our strategy during the pandemic has been to continue with our focus on personalized learning to help each student earn the credits they need in the way that works best for them.
Bring your school technology in for a required summer* refresh - stay for refreshments and games - 12 - 2:45. Sponsored by the student council *Summer program learners will be supplied with new technology on the first day, June 21. Contact your advisor to enroll for summer.*
The Career Pathways School Board is pleased to announce that founding teacher leader Elizabeth Lonetti will serve as our new Executive Director beginning July 1st, 2021. Ms. Liz brings almost 30 years of experience as an urban teacher leader to her new role. Her training and experience as a secondary and PSEO communications teacher, and