WHAT IS ACADEMIC & CAREER PLANNING?
Academic and Career Planning, or ACP, is the research-based, state and district-level idea that students need to be taught life and employment skills while they are in school. The entire school environment should be directed towards teaching students how to be successful in life - not just in the classroom. ACP encourages students to know and self-evaluate themselves over the course of their educational career. Whether it's Career Cruising (a database we use to help students decide which career path they may want to take), or job and college fairs, Greenfield School District is committed to empowering our students to take charge of their own futures.
"Students should have a diploma by design, not by default."
- Colleen Timm, School District of Antigo Superintendent
WHY DOES ACP MATTER?
Check out the video below for more information on why ACP is so important in our schools and district!
ACP district Committee
Patrice Ball, Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction 6-12
Margaret Bauer, GHS Teacher
Lisa Elliott, Superintendent
Brad Iding, GMS Principal
Dan Langenfeld, GMS Counselor
Tarah Randazzo, GMS Counselor
Matt Ortloff, GHS Teacher
Cindy Sibley, GHS Teacher
Paul Thusius, GHS Prinicipal
Monica Warnke, Director of Pupil Services
Michelle Wauer, GHS Counselor
Molly Edwards, GHS Counselor