Ombudsman students have high rates of growth and achievement. During the 2015-2016 school year:
Focused attention on pro-social skills, in addition to academics, offers students the emotional and behavioral supports they need to develop self-confidence and establish positive relationships with family, friends, co-workers and others. Depending on district needs, a licensed social worker may teach social skills and students may participate in individual or group counseling to address specific areas of attention.
Ombudsman’s positive relationships extend beyond the classroom:
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Ombudsman students feel valued, respected, confident, independent and successful. They feel proud of what they accomplish and hopeful about the future. Click here to view the full 2015-2016 Ombudsman Student Achievement Report.