programs are available to qualified students through the Butler County Special
Education Cooperative. Staff members are readily available for students with
special needs including: early childhood, learning disabilities, behavior
disorders, gifted education, speech, language, occupational and physical
Title I teachers
and aides work at each qualifying school providing extra help for
students in reading and math. These professionals work with first, second and
third graders. Summer school programs in remedial reading and math are also held
each summer for elementary students.
Circle District works with the
Project Encore -
www.getmydiploma.org - located in Andover and El Dorado to offer
tutoring and remedial course work for high school students. Through Encore, high
school students can also attend summer school to make up credits in required
classes. All students using these services must be referred by the high school
Counselors are available in all
schools in the district. Counselors work with individuals, small groups and in
classroom settings providing a full support program and career education
program. Students K-12 can also receive individualized lessons in math and
reading using various software programs.
Progress reports are
emailed to grade 3-12 every two weeks. Student progress reports may be
requested by parents at any time. Circle District parents may use “PowerSchool”, an internet program to access their students’
grades. Parents are urged to follow up on all reports received.