What to Expect at Kids on Course
Parents can expect their child in Kids on Course to do better in school, to engage in extra-curricular activities and to have another adult that cares about their child’s success.
Parents can expect to know and communicate openly with the Kids on Course staff at their child’s school.
Parents can expect to learn what their child is doing in Kids on Course through family events and home visits.
And upon graduation from high school and college, parents can expect Kids on Course to be there.
Students and families commit to Kids on Course because it works. Students commit to working hard in Kids on Course Learning Labs, to treat each other and Kids on Course staff with respect, and engage in enrichment classes and extra-curricular opportunities.
Attendance at school is a critical component of academic success and all students must attend 95% of all school days to stay in good standing with Kids on Course.
Parents commit to supporting all the expectations of their students in Kids on Course, and commit to working alongside Kids on Course to ensure their child’s success.
Communication with Kids on Course is a vital part of parents’ commitment which means promptly turning in paperwork, returning calls, texts or emails, and meeting with Kids on Course staff as needed.
Kids on Course promises to provide children with academic support, enrichment opportunities or extra-curricular connections, and be a trusted mentor, leading to college graduation.