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Tamalpais Adult School 
Mission Statement
 
Tamalpais Adult School welcomes all students and provides equal access to a
continuum of educational services to support academic, career and personal goals
 
 
 

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

In order to achieve academic, career and personal goals, TAS students will be able to:

·        Apply language, critical and creative thinking, and transferrable skills to real world contexts.

·        Utilize school and community support services to enhance learning and transition opportunities.

·        Acquire digital literacy skills to effectively access, analyze, and communicate information.

 
 
 

Tamalpais Adult School Community Partners

Educational Partners in the Tamalpais Union High School District:
 Community Education
Redwood High School
San Andreas High School
Sir Francis Drake High School
Tamalpais High School
Tamalpais Union High School District
Tamiscal High School

Educational Partners in Marin County:
 College of Marin (COM)
Marin County Office of Education
San Rafael City Schools      
       Bahia Vista Elementary School
         Venetia Valley School
Special Education – County SELPA
  
Non-Profit Partners:
 Canal Community Alliance
Community Action Marin 
Conservation Corps Of The North Bay
Marin City Community Development Corporation
Marin Community Foundation
Marin Employment Connection
Marin Literacy Project
 
 
 
 
Tamalpais Union High School District
 Mission Statement
 
The Tamalpais Union High School District is dedicated to the development of creative, passionate, and self-motivated learners.  Upon graduation, students will be prepared for engaged citizenship and able to contribute individually and collaboratively in order to address the challenges of a dynamic and diverse world.  To these ends, all students will demonstrate mastery of core competencies and will be offered meaningful learning experiences to enable them to access and critically analyze information, pose substantive questions, and communicate effectively."
 
 


Last Modified on December 1, 2016
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