HOMESCHOOL RESOURCES, OPPORTUNITIES

Falcon Homeschool Program Overview

Falcon Homeschool Overview

The Falcon Homeschool Program serves students in grades K-12 through two distinct and unique program offerings.

Program Structure 

 

FHEP

FHAP

Grades Served

K – 7th

6th – 12th

Courses

Social Studies and Science Semester Thematic Units

Math, Composition/Literature, Science and History Complete Annual Curriculum

(Science and History only for students in 8th – 12th grade)

Placement

Age and Maturity

Multi-age classrooms:

   K & 1st

   2nd & 3rd

   4th & 5th

   6th – 7th

Preasssessment Data, Parent Recommendation, Age and Maturity

Program Days

Monday, Tuesday or Thursday

Tuesday and Thursday

Times

8:45 am – 3:30 pm

9:00 am – 10:30 am

10:40 am – 12:10 pm

12:40 pm – 2:10 pm

2:20 pm – 3:50 pm

Location

7545 Mohawk Road 80908

11990 Swingline Road 80831

 

Parent Involvement

Encouraged and accepted

Required (frequency depends on student needs)

Homework

None

A minimum of 3 hours per week

 


FHP's Values & Commitments

Regardless of which program students are involved in, our commitment to investigating and meeting the needs of the community through the following established values will apply:

  • Low student/teacher ratios: we have found that a maximum of 16 students per class is optimal in our setting and will strive to keep our class sizes below this number.
  • First name basis: we prefer to be addressed by our first names as we see ourselves on an equal level as the students that we serve.
  • Multi-age classrooms: we believe in the benefits that multi-age classrooms can offer to individual students, classrooms, teachers and the culture of the entire program.

Learn more about each of these unique program offerings

iConnect Zone Overview

The iConnect Zone has reinvented educational environments that inspire individuals’ peak potential. In iConnect, faculty interconnect effective educational systems, which inspire individuals to their learning potential, investigate and implement best educational practices that lead students to success, invest in students by challenging and developing citizens that compete in a global society, invent settings and systems that empower individuals’ learning, leadership and life. The zone strives to inspire individuals with meaningful challenges and surround them with nurturing support to achieve ambitious goals.
  • Online and Blended Learning
  • Credit Recovery
  • Alternative Learning
  • Homeschool Enrichment
  • GED Prep Program, Testing
  • Tuition-free Charter Schools

Portfolio of Schools

Portfolio of Schools District 49 will create a robust portfolio of distinct and exceptional schools. It’s not enough just to have a bunch of different kinds of schools; the district needs to have high quality, exceptional schools. District 49 strives to offer wonderful schools in all of its zones, schools that are different from each other and superior to the options students might have in neighboring districts and communities.
 
District 49’s board-approved strategic plan provides unified vision, goals and strategies to prepare students to achieve like never before. Its strategic plan is organized around a a big rocks metaphor. If the district identifies and focuses on what's most important – its big rocks of trust, community, best district, portfolio of schools and every student – and then adds other things around them, the medium-sized rocks, and finally works in the pebbles, everything better fits together. District 49 has applied this metaphor in its strategic plan, which identifies the district's Big Rocks. These strategic initiatives will be emphasized over the upcoming years, representing the district’s commitment to its community. These five rocks are its foundation for building an excellent future with its staff, students and greater community.

Resumes Available


In compliance with the No Child Left Behind legislation, teachers' resumes are available for review upon request in each school's front office.

FHP Maps & Directions

The FHP Approach

F - Focused on
H - Higher level thinking through
P - Play, passion and purpose in a

R - Responsive classroom that
E - Engages future
L - Leaders through
A - Academically rich,
T - Tactile
E - Experiences in a
S – Student-centered environment
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