Twilight starts right after school, and ends at 6:00 p.m. Class schedules vary at the middle and high schools, based on student preference and need. All sites run from Monday through Thursday, throughout the school year. We do follow the school holiday and vacation schedule, and school closure on weather days as well. If weather changes significantly at the end of the school day, our programs may need to close based on predictions for safety.
Academic tutoring and teaching will focus mostly on math and language arts, but students are welcome to bring any school work with which they need assistance. Twilight students in upper elementary, middle and high school will have access to on-line course work as needed to enhance skill development. There will be certified teachers, educational assistants, and volunteers working in each building to help students. A variety of enrichment programming is available at each site, including cultural activities, drama, art, "Nerd Squad", and Lego Robotics.
In the elementary school, Twilight will operate in conjunction with Indian Education and Lynn Anderson, the Indian Education Project Director, will serve as the Twilight Outreach Coordinator, so students can attend both programs.
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