Our Vision:

Our vision is for all studnets to become productive members of their community.

Our Mission:

To provide a nurturing academic environment that empowers and motivates students to bcome responsible, respectful, and productive parents in their communities

Principal Message

Welcome the 2016- 2017 school year at LAMP!

I am taking this opportunity to introduce myself as the new principal at Lee Adolescent Mothers’ Program (LAMP) and to welcome you to our school family.  For the past three years, I have been the principal of the District’s Early Childhood Learning Services including the Early Childhood Center. This year we are uniting the District’s programs for mothers and children under one umbrella which will allow us better to serve families and students.

Our vision at LAMP is for all students to become productive members of their communities, and our mission is provide a nurturing academic environment that empowers and motivates students to become responsible, respectful, and productive parents in their communities. LAMP mothers are able to stay in the program until they graduate. Their children attend the high quality child care next door at the Early Childhood Center.

LAMP staff have developed programs and services to increase student achievement and set mothers on the road to success. All LAMP students attend an orientation with their parents or guardians before enrolling in our program. During orientation, the policies and procedures are discussed in detail. If you are interested in the LAMP program, you can call the office at 334-2526.

We look forward to a successful year!

Maggie Stevens

Services Available at LAMP

Pregnant and parenting students attending LAMP have access to instructional program that are comparable to other high schools including classroom and online instruction, on-the-job training, and dual enrollment. The program does not limit students’ academic career, vocational or extra curricular options. LAMP has a full time licensed clinical social worker to support students, and a guidance counselor to assist students on their academic path to graduation. Our stuedents are also supported by an ESOL and Title I  paraprofessional who provide translation and transportation to appointments.

Additionally, LAMP provides monthly speakers and activities for students. For example speakers from the Abuse, Counseling, and Treatment (ACT) Center, Human Trafficking Network, Healthy Start, Early Head Start,  Health Department and other agencies have taken place. Students have taken part in a Shower hosted by a local sorority, Diversity Day, bake sales, online classes, on-the-job-training, access to FMIT and other activites.

LAMP seeks to provide students with a well rounded secondary education that is tailored to the needs new parents. If you or your student have an activity or topic of interest, please share it with our staff.

 

Declaration of Nondiscrimination

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS & EQUITY
2016
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
The School District of Lee County does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, marital status, or disability in the provision of educational programs, activities or employment policies as required by Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, Age Discrimination Act of 1967 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 1992, Americans with Disabilities Act, the Florida Educational Equity Act of 1984 and the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act. Established grievance procedures and appropriate discrimination complaint forms are available from the Departments of Professional Standards and Equity or Student Services or the equity coordinator at each school. Complaints/inquiries regarding compliance with these regulations may be submitted in writing to: Michelle Freeman, Director of Professional Standards & Equity.


DECLARACIÓN DE LA POLÍTICA PARA NO-DISCRIMINACIÓN
El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Lee, no discrimina en su provisión de los programas educacionales, actividades, o políticas de empleo, por razones de genero, raza, color, edad, religión, orientación sexual, origen nacional o étnico, estado civil, o discapacidad, como es requerido por los Títulos IX, y VI, y VII, del Decreto del 1967 de Discriminación por Razón de Edad, y la Sección 504 del Decreto de Rehabilitación de 1973,1992, Decreto de Americanos con Discapacidades y el Decreto de Equidad Educacional de la Florida del 1984 y los Boy Scouts of America Act Igualdad de Acceso. Los procedimientos establecidos para reclamaciones y los formularios apropiados para la interposición de quejas por supuesta discriminación se pueden obtener por el Departamento de Normas Profesionales y Equidad o el Departamento de Servicios Estudiantiles o del Coordinador de Equidad en cada escuela. Las quejas o preguntas que tengan que ver con el cumplimiento con estas reglas se pueden enviar por escrito a: Michelle Freeman, Director de Normas Profesionales y la Equidad


DEKLARASYON SOU REGLÈMAN NON-DESKRIMINATWA
Distrik Lekòl nan Konte Lee pa diskriminen poutèt ou fi oubyen gason, ras, koulè, laj, relijyon, oryantasyon seksyèl, natyonalite oubyen etnisite, eta sivil, oubyen andikap nan dispozisyon ki nan pwogram edikasyonèl yo, aktivite oubyen règleman anplwa ki egzijib daprè Atik IX, Atik VI, Atik VII sou Lwa 1967 Kont Diskriminasyon sou Laj Moun e seksyon 504 sou Lwa Reyadaptasyon an 1973, 1992, Lwa pou Ameriken ki gen Andikap, Lwa Ekite sou Edikasyon nan Florid an 1984 e Lwa Gason Eskout an Amerik sou Aksè Egal. Pwosedi gi genyen pou pote plent ak fòm plent diskriminasyon ki apwopriye yo disponib nan Depatman Estanda Pwofesyonèl ak Ekite oswa Sèvis Elèv oswa koòdonatè ekite nan chak lekòl yo. Pou pote plent oswa pou mande enfòmasyon konsènan konfòmite nan règleman sa yo dwe soumèt alekri bay: Michelle Freeman, Direktè Estanda Pwofesyonèl ak Ekite

Sandra Robinson

LAMP Equity Coordinator