What is T.O.T.A.L.?

Turnaround Opportunities Through Active Learning (T.O.T.A.L.) assists students in  identifying strategies and strengths to actualize their importance within the school community. T.O.T.A.L. works collaboratively with every student's home campus and family system to create skills for lifelong learning and independence. T.O.T.A.L. works with students using a variety of strategies including, but not limited to, active learning, self-regulation, restorative practices and goal setting with a continued commitment to academic rigor. 

To learn more about T.O.T.A.L., watch a short segment on the needs for mental health for youth where the T.O.T.A.L. program was highlighted. You can access the segment by clicking on this link. The footage starts at 1 minute 43 seconds.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is a student at T.O.T.A.L.?

A student may be at T.O.T.A.L. anywhere from 10 school days (DAEP Referral) to 60 school days.

What role does the teacher play while their student is at T.O.T.A.L.?

Teachers will communicate with the TOTAL facilitator weekly to send Lesson Plans. Teachers will also schedule time to Skype with the student on a regularly scheduled basis as agreed upon in the Onboarding/SSC meeting.