HomeLink Program Requirements
The following are the program requirements for Selah HomeLink based on the state requirements for Alternative Learning Experience Programs:
1. WRITTEN STUDENT LEARNING PLAN (WSLP)
All students participating in the Selah HomeLink program are required to have a written learning plan. The plan is simply a statement of the learning goals in each subject and the ways in which progress toward these goals will be measured. This learning plan is formulated jointly by the parent, student and HomeLink teacher.
2. WEEKLY CONTACT REQUIREMENTS
Each student must have weekly contact with the Selah HomeLink teacher. This is a weekly face to face meeting but in the case of illness or travel may be done by telephone or email.
3. MONTHLY PROGRESS REVIEWS
Parents submit progress reports monthly for each of their children in the HomeLink program. These reports are brief reviews of the past month's schoolwork. In addition to writing this review, each month parents will have a face to face review meeting. These short conferences provide a great opportunity for parents, students and the HomeLink teacher to review the written learning plan goals, to discuss progress made and to make any necessary adjustments to the goals outlined in the plan. Some months this meeting might be one-on-one and some months there might be a group meeting/showcase. It is helpful to bring student work, any questions or areas of concern and any new goals you may be working on to these monthly meetings.