Manor ISD's vision for student success was on display last Saturday, as district leaders, staff, and Manor volunteers took part in the inaugural Dropout Prevention and Outreach Effort.
Participants signed up to knock on doors throughout Manor and re-enroll high school students who dropped out of school during the 2017-18 school year. Teams were broken into groups of three or four people and delivered information packets to students; including registration forms, information on Manor Excel Academy, and other diploma programs. Participants also wore red Manor ISD #ICARE t-shirts to show their support for students who left for various reasons.
District leaders say several students have expressed interest in returning, and the district will be accommodating them to ensure they walk across the stage and earn a diploma.
The outreach effort was also featured on KXAN. Thank you to our Board of Trustees, especially Trustee Monique Celedon, for leading the Dropout Prevention effort, and our staff members who helped organize the event.