CAP Newsletters:

Newsletter 1 (October 2017)

Newsletter 2 (January 2018)

Newsletter 3 (March 2018)

Newsletter 4 (May 2018)

Important CAP Information:

CAP Students Participated in the CAP Career Readiness & Resource Workshop:


                                                                                                   
                                   

                               



 

Principal:   Ladonna M. Jones Pratt, M.S.

Address:

13302 Hwy. 6

Santa Fe, Texas 77510

Phone:   (409) 925-9700

Fax:   (409) 925-9710

                                                                                                    

Mission Statement

The Coastal Alternative Program (CAP) is a disciplinary alternative education program created as a part of the Safe and Secure Schools Act, Chapter 37 (TEC). The program's mission is to assist expelled students to develop the knowledge and skills needed to avoid future expulsions, to remain enrolled in school, and to graduate from high school.

 

Goals

The instructional aim is to help the student accept academic responsibility and to work to achieve at or above grade level. The disciplinary aim is to assist the student in developing or accepting responsibility for self-management and making choices that keep the student in class at the regularly-enrolled campus. Ultimately, the program stresses the importance of completing high school with the skills needed to enter the workforce or continuing higher education.

 

Overview

All students of any race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin will be accorded all the rights, privileges, programs and appropriate activities available at CAP.   CAP does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, and color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its programs.
           

Enrollment at CAP signifies that both the parent/guardian and the student agree that the student will comply with all regulations that are now in effect, or which may become effective, during the student's enrollment.

 

CAP provides a high level of safety and a peaceful, successful learning environment based on positive-proactive discipline. This approach promotes a focus on basic student needs and effective learning methods that revolve around the relationships that are part of all school settings. It includes dignity and respect of all students as a basic foundation of a successful disciplinary educational program.   
                     
           

           

                               COASTING TO SUCCESS

CAP Staff are                                            CAP Students are

C aring                                                        C ourteous
A cademic                                                   A chievers
P rofessionals                                                    With A  
                                                                    P urpose                    

           

  

The mission of the Dickinson Independent School District is to ensure that all students have successful learning opportunities that help them reach their full potential and add quality throughout their lives.

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