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GOALS (Growth/Opportunity/Attitude/Learning/Success) Learning Center is a unique instructional placement for students with specific educational needs in grades six through twelve in the Round Rock Independent School District. This educational program serves students in special education whose placement has been determined by an Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) Committee.

The GOALS Learning Center (GLC) is designed for special education students with a primary disability of Emotional Disturbance. The students must also demonstrate a need for a more structured environment than is available on the home campus. GLC also provides a Service Learning class that integrates community service with classroom instruction. While the program at GOALS is a highly restrictive educational placement, the ultimate goal for each student is to successfully transition back to a general education campus.

GOALS School Supply Wish List

  • Pencils/pens
  • Box of golf pencils
  • Tissues
  • Alcohol-free antibacterial goo
  • Composition Books
  • Sheet protectors
  • Markers–non permanent
  • Big glue sticks (purple)
Boystown Parenting Tips

Sound familiar? If you’re the parent of a teenager, it undoubtedly is.

That’s because teenagers are from a different planet. Or at least they sure seem to be. They do things on a daily basis that simply baffle us adults. Which is why raising a teenager can be such a challenge. After all, how can you instill integrity and character into someone you don’t understand?

Luckily the parenting experts at Boys Town have nearly a century of experience dealing with the teenage brain. Which is why we’ve developed an email series that tackles the unique challenge of raising a teenager – including expert advice, teaching activities and social skills that you and your teen can work on together.

Here are some of the lessons you will learn:

Making Sense of Chaos
Dealing With Irrationality
The Wrong Crowd
It Takes Two to Tangle
Acceptance Before Change

For more information, click here…

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