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Distribution of Report Cards has been changed from February 3 to February 4, barring any further inclement weather. 

Debido al Código Rojo declarado el martes 27 de enero de 2015, la distribución de las Tarjetas de Calificaciones ha sido trasladada del 3 al 4 de febrero, a menos que se cancelen las clases por mal tiempo.   

 
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INCLEMENT WEATHER INFORMATION REGARDING OSMAP HEARINGS:

Two Hour Delay: OSMAP hearings take place as scheduled
Closed - Code GREEN: OSMAP hearings take place as scheduled
Closed - Code RED: OSMAP hearings are canceled for the day and will be rescheduled


The Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs will work with families and schools to make arrangements as needed during inclement weather (ex: tele-conference).
​ Please call 703.791.8595 for assistance.
 

Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs (OSMAP)

The Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs (OSMAP) manages student discipline and non-traditional programs.

Student discipline includes conducting long-term suspension hearings, readmission hearings, alternative placement appeal hearings, and criminal reassignment/disposition hearings.

The non-traditional programs include the following:


OSMAP's Goals

  • To provide a variety of educational opportunities that address the varied needs of students in Grades K-12 and adult learners. (Goal #1: All students meet high standards of performance.)

  • To promote a safe educational environment conducive to teaching and learning and free from violence, conflict, and unnecessary disruptions. (Goal #2: The teaching, learning and working environment is caring, safe, healthy, and values human diversity.)

  • To decrease the number of long-term suspensions and expulsions through a process that provides increased non-traditional education opportunities. (Goal #1: All students meet high standards of performance.)


VISION STATEMENT

The vision of the Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs (OSMAP) is to promote a safe and nurturing educational environment where all students, K-12 and adult learners, have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential – academically, socially, and emotionally.


MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of OSMAP is to provide a variety of educational opportunities to meet the diverse needs of all students, K-12 and adult learners, through non-traditional education choices which foster responsible, productive, and contributing members of the community. OSMAP seeks to develop a continuum of services through partnerships with the school, home, and community to address the divergent needs of the whole person.

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