NPAS Learning Lab
Welcome to our New Prague Area School Learning Lab!
We are excited to provide you and your child a wonderful array of learning opportunities that include hands-on learning, social/emotional skill development, and continued academic growth.
Questions can be directed to your child’s teacher or
Targeted Services Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Learning Lab Vision, Values, Goal
- Creating and sustaining a dynamic learning environment that will meet the needs of all learners.
- All students can learn!
- Learning needs vary by student and thus require engaging experiences with content.
- Achievement in an academic setting will further one's self-confidence, motivation, and potential for further personal growth and contribution to their community.
- The primary goal and driving force behind our NPAS Learning Labs is to fill and fortify the gap in knowledge and skills necessary for our students to succeed throughout the school year and beyond.
If you have been contact by your child’s school or teacher and invited to attend any of our Learning Lab programs, please click one of the appropriate links below to learn more about that Learning Lab opportunity.
School Year Programming
Elementary & Middle School Learning Lab Connections
Learning Lab Connections programming is provided after school during the school year at each of our elementary and middle schools.
High School Extended Day Credit Recovery
Students who have failed courses required for graduation or are behind in credits should talk to their high school guidance counselor about enrolling in the Extended Day Credit Recovery Program.
Elementary & Middle School Summer Learning Lab
Our Summer Learning Lab is provided each summer. Locations are available for students who have finished grades K-5 in both New Prague and Elko New Market. All students who have finished grades 6-8 attend programming at the New Prague Middle School.
High School Summer Credit Recovery
Students who have failed courses required for graduation or are behind in credits should talk to their high school guidance counselor about enrolling in the Summer Credit Recovery Program.