WHAT IS PASS?
PASS (Princeton Academy for Secondary Success) is a transition program for 18-21 year olds. These interns have deferred their diplomas to continuer their education at PHS to learn about employability, daily, and independent living skills.
WHAT DO YOU DO IN THE PASS PROGRAM?
Besides PASS Cafe every other week, all interns have jobs in the community. In the past, we have worked at Sam's Club, Lifetime Fitness, The Vineyard, Crayons to Computers, Heritage Hill Elementary School and more. All interns also have jobs in Princeton High School and in the classroom. We have another class business as well, Brewhaus Dog Bones. Interns participate in many community activities to learn about independent living skills such as grocery shipping, banking, eating out, and rec and leisure.
BREWHAUS DOG BONES
We participate in Brewhaus Dog Bones which is a non profit. Many schools in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area are involved in this awesome program! We partner with local breweries and utilize their spent grains to make and sell all natural dog treats. Our treats at Princeton are made with Rivertown Brewery grains.
Our dog treats are $5.00 a bag and you can buy them anytime in Room 1101.
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