Northwest Regional Learning Center
The Northwest Regional Learning Center serves high school students, most of whom are disenfranchised or court-involved. The program offers students small class sizes, a high teacher-to-student ratio, individualized attention and programming, and an alternate environment to the traditional high school campus. Students have the opportunity to work on earning credits for their high school diplomas (through their resident districts); prepare for the GED; explore aptitude and interests and develop a post-school plan; and improve academic, functional, and behavioral skills for a successful transition back to their home schools or into the community. Students also have the opportunity to earn their CPR, AED and first aid certification and to obtain their food handler’s permit, as well as receive instruction and guidance on the preparation of work-related documents and interview skills.
- Granite Falls
- Lake Stevens
Report Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
The NWESD is committed to a safe and civil educational environment for all students, employees, parents/legal guardians, volunteers and patrons, that is free from harassment, intimidation or bullying. Any student who believes he/she has been the target of harassment, intimidation or bullying may report incidents verbally or in writing to Steve Dahl, Assistant Director for Special Programs and Services at the NWESD. Any student who believes he/she has been the target of unresolved discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying may report incidents verbally or in writing to David Forsythe, Assistant Superintendent for Operations (also acting as the Section 504, Title IX, and Civil Rights Officer) at the NWESD.
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For general questions please contact David Forsythe, Assistant Superintendent for Operations at NWESD.