MyRACE1 partners with many local, state and federal agencies and organizations to help provide services to our students and their families that help them achieve success in every aspect of their life.
These are partners that we work very closely with and have created physical teamwork cards that detail our services along with the partners services.
WIOA offers re-employment and training programs designed to assist adults, dislocated workers, and youth to enter into high-demand occupations and to gain livable wages within their geographical areas.
Appalachian Community Action Agency (AppCAA) has served the residents of Lee, Scott, and Wise Counties and the City of Norton with programs that help low- to moderate-income individuals and families at every stage of life. With programs for housing, finance, health, children, and seniors, you’re sure to find the help you need.
Founded in 1954, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is a four-year, nationally-accredited liberal arts college situated on a scenic 369-acre campus amid the Appalachian Mountains in Southwest Virginia.
Lee County Schools is committed to the highest academic standards. Inspired by the motto, Committed to Excellence, our mission continues to focus on students by providing the highest standard of education to students of all ability levels. We strive to prepare students to be responsible citizens who are prepared to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world.
Wise County Public Schools commits to providing equal opportunity for every student to achieve maximum intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth and to ensuring that each student be equipped to communicate effectively with other people, to be competent both in the
The Lee County Head Program has been funded in Lee County since 1965. Over the years, the Lee County Head Start Program has enrolled over 10,000 children who have attended classes. The children receive breakfast, lunch, and snack. All of the children are offered bus transportation to the centers located at Rose Hill Elementary, Flatwoods Elementary, Elk Knob Elementary, Dryden Elementary, and St. Charles Elementary.
Scott County Public School Head Start provide subsidized child care and early education programs designed to support child development and promote school readiness. The company admits kids who are between the ages of three and five years old.
KCI currently operates a Head Start grant, funded to serve 256 children and families in Wise County, Dickenson County, and the City of Norton, Virginia. KCI also operates an Early Head Start grant, funded to serve 116 pregnant women, infants, and toddlers in Wise County and the City of Norton.
Mountain Empire Transit provides transportation to people of all ages on a demand response basis with a 24 hour notice required. MEOC Transit are capable of providing service to those with canes, walkers, wheelchairs.