The CEC is an independent study-based - and Minnesota Department of Education approved - Alternative Learning Center. Offering students ages 16 through 21 the opportunity to complete the necessary graduation requirements to earn their high school diploma, the CEC’s independent study model combines a required amount of seat time attendance and teacher instruction hours with a required amount of academic completion or performance. Along with individualized and small group instruction, we incorporate work experience and On the Job Training, Career and College Exploration, and much more. Read more.
The ultimate goal of the CEC is to give students the opportunity to earn their diploma, become lifelong learners, and to become committed, productive members of their community and society.
In this episode, there are three segments. Superintendent Greg Johnson stopped by to recap the 9/18/23 School Board meeting. Next, Activities Director Kevin Jordan joins the program to discuss fall activities. Finally, Lori Kush and Allison White share information about FAB.
October 2023 Flyer Update:
On August 21, 2023, Samantha Bartos and Hannah Strunk became the very first student representatives to the School Board in the history of the District. They join the program to discuss what they hope to accomplish as the first student representatives to the School Board and share their thoughts on some areas they feel need to be addressed. #FlyerUpdate
September 2023 Flyer Update: https://youtu.be/f_vKvP0_LQw
In this episode of Flyer Update, our guests are Superintendent Greg Johnson and Special Education Director Lynn Krominga, as we discuss multi-tiered systems of support or MTSS. The guests offer a broad overview of MTSS and how it benefits students' learning needs.
August 2023 Flyer Update: https://youtu.be/vkXcdXHD9Zw
With the start of the new school year fast approaching, the CEC Director of Operations, Christie Halliday, took some time to reflect on last year’s graduation ceremonies. The Class of 2023 consisted of 31 determined and driven students. The ceremonies took place May 18 th, 2023, and the gym at the CEC was standing-room only. The ceremonies were led by Christie Halliday, and Anthony Kula, CEC Math teacher and advisor, delivered the graduation message.
With the first day of school, September 5th, fast approaching, we wanted to share information to make the 2023-24 year successful.
Check out the 2023-24 Back to School Guide: www.lfalls.k12.mn.us/about/back-to-school-guide
Little Falls Community Schools is proud to introduce a new monthly broadcast that will be available on the District's website, public access channel, and social media. The show is called Flyer Update. Each episode will highlight different aspects of the school district or events that are happening at school.
To get things started, School Board Chair Sharon Ballou and Superintendent Greg Johnson sit down with Flyer Media Productions' Mark Diehl to talk about the 2022-2023 school year, the strategic planning process, and look ahead to the 2023-2024 school year.