The WALC offers students the opportunity to participate in a Work-Based Learning Program. This program involves a seminar course to help strengthen students' abilities to interview, manage money, and learn about their interests for future employment. Work-Based Learning also gives students the opportunity to participate in Work Experience, where students find employment and work in the community. They are given the opportunity to receive credit for their work. Work Experience helps students gain real world skills while collaborating with their school and community.
We are fortunate to have an excellent breakfast and lunch free to our students at the WALC. Well-balanced, nutritious meals are served each day. The district provides meals that meet the nutrition standards set forth in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). We offer a variety of low fat foods including grains, fruits and vegetables. Menus are planned to meet the calorie needs of active students.