USD 232 Secondary Schools

  • USD 232 includes three middle schools, two high schools, the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS), and The Bridge program.

      Core Curriculum

       Resources

      • USD 232 uses a variety of different resources to facilitate the teaching and mastery of the Kansas State standards. For more information about specific resources, please feel free to reach out to your student’s teacher. Students can access selected online resources by following this link: click here.

      Individual Plans of Study

      • Individual plans of study are intended to help all Kansas students obtain a suitable vision of their path toward college and career readiness. As students navigate through high school and into career and college, it is imperative that students set educational goals and create a roadmap for success in high school and beyond. This roadmap, or individual plan of study, includes development of a flexible career focus and an education plan that is clearly-defined, rigorous, and relevant to assure a successful and efficient transition to postsecondary education and/or the workforce.

         KS WBL

      MTSS

      • Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is a systemic, continuous-improvement framework in which data-based problem solving and decision-making is practiced across all levels of the educational system for supporting students. The framework of MTSS utilizes high quality evidence-based instruction, intervention, and assessment practices to ensure every student receives the appropriate level of support to be successful. A Multi-Tiered System of Supports helps schools organize resources through alignment of academic standards and behavioral expectations, implemented with fidelity and sustained over time, in order to enable every child to successfully reach his/her fullest potential. USD 232 MTSS Handbook 2021-2022

        Please contact schools for further details of programs offered. 

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