In December of 2011, Littleton High School created the LEARN Program (Learning Enrichment Alternative Resource Network) with the sole purpose of helping those students who might not graduate. Through this program the students are able to get a diploma through an on-line Odysseyware class, monitored by a teacher/facilitator with input from core teachers at Littleton High School.

The program is designed to work with students struggling with a traditional classroom setting to achieve course credit and credit recovery. The LEARN Program also offers several enrichment courses. The majority of the students are taking math, English, social studies, business and science. However, Odysseyware offers a large selection of courses for credit recovery and enrichment opportunities.

Students in this program will be exposed to career planning and required to perform community service. They will also have an opportunity for job shadows within their field of interest. This is a fantastic opportunity for students struggling with a traditional classroom setting to receive their high school diploma through an alternative school setting.

Hours for this program are Monday through Thursday, 3-5:30 or 6 to 8:30 p.m.. For more information, contact Joe Shea, guidance counselor, Leo Lavoie, teacher/facilitator, or Connie Ward, extended learning coordinator, at 444-5601.


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