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C.A.R.E. Programs

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The C.A.R.E. Program in Fayette County Schools offers a variety of student assistance resources to meet the needs of at-risk students. In the list below are most of the programs offered system-wide. Each school chooses the programs in which they wish to participate (certain programs are geared for certain grade levels, so all programs will not be available at all schools):


Collaborative Exchange:  C.A.R.E & FSCA Unite (Formerly C.A.R.E. Workshop Series)  Updated for 2014-15

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S.T.E.P. Parenting Classes  Updated for 2014-15
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Rainbows
Grief program for students

Second Step (Elementary only)
Comprehensive student anger mgmt/self worth/decision making skills program

Peer Mediation
Conflict management program for students

Peer Helpers
Student helpers

Student Ambassadors
To help new students become acclimated to a new school

Teacher/Student/Community Mentors
Helping students socially/emotionally

DARE
Drug awareness/prevention program

S.U.P.E.R.
Substance abuse intervention program

CASEY
Character Education Program (positive labels)

Rachel's Challenge
Violence prevention program for middle & high school students referencing Columbine

Teachers Helping Teachers

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If you would like to find out about specific programs offered at a particular school within our system, use our Contacts Page to contact the schools' C.A.R.E. Coordinator.


 

 


Newsflash

We are very proud of all our schools!  Special congratulations to Cleveland Elementary School for achieving the highest attendance rate for the 9th month of school (April 28 through May 23). Cleveland edged out Sandy Creek High by less than 3/10 of a percentage point! Congrats to both schools!

As a district, we achieved over a 95% attendance rate for the same time period
.  Congratulations to our students for making attending school a priority in Fayette County!