Open Doors Program


Open Doors Youth Reengagement is a reengagement system that provides education and services to older youth. Open Doors reengages disconnected youth through programs that encourage community partnerships, create multiple pathways for students to realize success, and provide an on-ramp to post-secondary achievement through a performance based, individualized support model.  The intent of the program is to serve 16 – 21-year-old youth who are:
     a.)  Students enrolled within their district but will not graduate with their fellow students in their cohort year due to insufficient accrued credits.
     b.)  In the school district but who will age out before they graduate with a diploma.
     c.)   Students who have dropped out of school but who are now seeking to get their high school diploma or a GED in order to secure employment or further education.

The Stanwood-Camano School District partners with the Northwest Educational Services District 189 (NWESD 189) to provide education opportunities for eligible students through the NWESD 189's Open Doors - Youth Reengagement Program. 

For more information about this program, please contact:

Jacob Galfano, Classroom Teacher
Open Doors Youth Reengagement - Stanwood
[email protected]