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Temporary Administrative Placement Program TAP

Temporary Administrative Placement


The TAP program provides a safe and structured environment that will encourage and maximize the academic and behavioral potential for students referred or placed on Step 2 of a Remedial Discipline Plan (RDP). TAP will enroll students into the PACE or ATE programs based on individual needs and family goals. TAP will teach students self-discipline and give them the social-emotional skills they need to return back to their school.

TAP Program Flowchart


RENEW (Revitalize Engage Navigate Empathize Win) is a 15-day personal relational competency program designed to support middle-school aged students who are exhibiting disruptive, defiant, and disrespectful behavior at school, creating a barrier to success for the student. The social and emotional curriculum includes lessons that can be tailored to meet the needs of each unique student. Strong focus on identity development, positive decision making, coping mechanisms, and emotional regulation.

Program Location: Hidden Lake School; 7300 Lowell Blvd.

Program Hours: Monday-Friday (no programming on early release days) 8:30am-1:30pm

Transportation required

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Alternative to Expulsion (ATE)

Alternative To Expulsion


Alternative to Expulsion is a six-week half-day middle school program that engages students with a resilience-based education curriculum called “WHY TRY.” Why Try provides simple, hands-on solutions for dropout prevention, violence prevention, truancy reduction, and increased academic success.




Margaret Tayasco

Dulce Garcia-Hernandez


Julie Coronado-Loya

Pete (Pedro) Rodriguez


Hidden Lake High School

7300 Lowell Blvd

Westminster, CO 80030