Federally Funded Programs for 2016-17

The Phoenix School utilizes several Federally funded programs for the 2016-17 school year. These programs include:

Compass Learning (Odyssey) provides digital curriculum for K-12 students that can be used as primary or supplemental instruction. Odyssey uses a diagnostic to offer prescriptive instruction through a personalized learning path that can be both monitored and manually altered by the teacher. The Phoenix School utilizes only the high school curriculum.

Learning Bird offers engaging digital lessons that are created by different teachers and are delivered in different ways. This helps encourage understanding and supports personalized learning paths for every student.

Study Island is an Edmentum product designed to help students in kindergarten through 12th grade master state-specific, grade-level academic standards in a fun and engaging manner. ... All of the programs are designed to create a very user-friendly experience for students and teachers. Phoenix utilizes elementary and high school programs to help the learning environment for our alternative students as well.

Newsela provides teachers, parents, and students with over 1,000 current event articles scaled at five different Lexile reading comprehension levels. Newsela Pro allows teachers to add annotations to scaffold articles for students, as they learn to dissect difficult quiz questions. The ability to sort student work by reading standards is also a quick check for teachers to ensure that they provide equal opportunities for practice. Phoenix utilizes Newsela Pro.