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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.


 

 


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