Alternative programs at Sumner School District middle
and high schools serve students who need or desire an alternative
instructional approach. They offer students opportunities to earn
credits in a way that is compatible with their level of ability,
interest, talent, and orientation to school. They allow students to
complete high school in productive and purposeful ways.
To enroll in an alternative program, students must be
recommended by a counselor or administrator at their school.
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