Alternative Achievement Program
The Alternative Achievement Program (AAP) provides services to students receiving special education whose behavioral and emotional health needs require a higher level of education unavailable on our comprehensive school district sites. AAP provides students with an alternative learning environment that has embedded mental health services to promote a therapeutic environment necessary to meet students' individualized educational needs.
The overarching goal is to provide intensive individualized instruction within a student's community. Through extensive therapy and behavioral supports, students obtain the necessary skills to return successfully to a comprehensive education setting.
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Tiffany Owens-Stark, M.S, PPS, Administrator
(559) 730-2910, ext. 5147