February 11, 2010 at 9:28 a.m.
Meghann Meyer, Princeton resident, transferred to Wolf Creek in Term 2. She is a highly motivated student who finished several classes two weeks prior to the end of term and received a 4.0 GPA for the term. She started working on coursework for her next term classes and has a good start on them. Stacy Bender, Meghann's Learning Manager, describes her, "Meghann is a student who asks for help when she needs it but also take initiative on her problem-solve situations. She currently works part-time, will graduate (potentially early) this year, and is considering her college options for Fall 2010."
Amber Miller has shown determination and drive during Term 2. She did well in all of her classes, despite having a higher than average workload. She attends Wolf Creek every week and applies herself to her coursework while on campus. She completes nearly double the required work each week in her classes, doing particularly well in her Young Parenting course. Amber also self-advocates and participates in Wolf Creek events. Lindsay Jarombek, Amber's Learning Manager, comments, "She is showing great promise to do well the rest of the year, and I am very proud of her dedication."
Wolf Creek is a tuition-free online charter school serving full-time students in grades 9-12 across the state. Wolf Creek also serves part-time students using supplemental services and the online learning law. Wolf Creek is accredited by NCA, CITA, and NCAA. Instruction is technology based, and the course work can be completed off campus. Curriculum is available 24/7 online, and students have the option to work on campus each week. The school is based on a "small community" philosophy; students are assisted by one individual who helps them in academic as well as non-academic areas of their lives. Please visit our website for more information: www.triowolfcreek.com. Congratulations Meghann and Amber!