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The Student Handbook is resource for students and parents to review about Taft IT policies and procedures. Inside you will find the Taft IT Family Compact form, which you will need to sign and return your team leader.

The new handbook will be available in August 2018.


STUDENT HANDBOOK

2017-2018 School Year

 

Principal                                        Assistant Principal

Michael D. Turner                                        Dorothy A. James

  (513) 363-8290                                        (513) 363-8291

 

 


Mission Statement

Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School's mission is to graduate young people who are prepared to meet the challenges of the future through higher education and a meaningful career.

Vision Statement

Robert A. Taft Information Technology High Schools is grounded upon the belief that all students can achieve at high academic levels and graduate. Our motto is FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION! The school provides high-quality learning opportunities for every student in every classroom every day in partnership with families and the community. Students are educated in standards-based classrooms by highly qualified teachers and staff who organize themselves as team-based Professional Learning Communities to share expertise, maximize resources and provide instruction that meets the learning needs of each student. Students are taught in a safe, well-maintained facility that serves as a Community Learning Center, allowing for extended learning opportunities and support for students, families and the community.