At Sprague High School, everyone is working to help students receiving special education services graduate from high school. This includes making sure students with disabilities can attend regular education classes as much as possible.
Sprague recently had about a 10 percent gain in the graduation rate for students receiving special education services. In this video, Assistant Principal Chad Barkes talks about how new options for graduation have helped the school better serve students and their families.
“I think on of the hallmarks of Sprague right now is we’re doing a fantastic job of having every student in this building have access to every other opportunity that all students would have,” Assistant Principal Barkes said.