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Alternative Education

Educational Services Teen Parent Disciplinary Substance Abuse

Eligibility:
Potential or retrieved dropouts and students who are overage for grade and failing.
Grades: 6-12


SAT
(Student Assistance Teams)

Professional teams review at-risk student needs, share pertinent information, and develop intervention strategies.


The Academy at
CTC

An alternative high
school, providing a
unique learning atmosphere for student success. The Academy also offers the Career Quest Program, which combines flexible schedules, internships, on-the-job training and a computer-based curriculum at the Town Center Mall.


Project PASS
(Pathways to Achieve Student Success)

A one year intensive academic program to assist middle school students to get caught up and transition to high school.

Eligibility:
Pregnant & parenting teens
Grades: Variable


HOPE

(Healthy Outcomes
in Pregnancy &
Education)

This program offers
Comprehensive academic curriculum alternatives, childcare, parenting education, health & social services and enabling techniques through counseling to insure a secure future for student and child.

Located at:
The Academy

Eligibility:
Infractions of the Code of Student Conduct


S.E.A.
(Suspension/Expulsion
Alternative)

Grades: 6-12
Provides a highly structures enlivenment that assists students with chronic & severe behavioral problems, students recommended for expulsion, transitioning back from expulsion or from a long term Dept. of Juvenile Justice Program. Offers an academic
program, behavior modification and social skills training.
Located at The Academy.


Afternoon Alternative Program

Grades: 6-12
Offers a highly structured temporary educational placement for students who commit felony offenses. This program operates from 2:30-5:30 PM and is located at The Academy. Services include core academic coursework and behavioral modification.


O.S.S.A.
(out of School Suspension Alternative)

Grades: 6-12
Provides educational seminars for students on rules, choices, and consequences. This program is offered before or after school at every secondary school in the district.


Positive Choices

Grades: 3-5
Provides an educational seminar for students on making positive choices. Offered before or after school at every elementary school in the district. Parents are required to attend with their child.

Eligibility:
Possession of alcohol/drugs, paraphernalia
Grades: 6-12

These services are provided at every middle and high school.


SOS
(Student Outreach Services)

Provides a substance abuse awareness and education program, comprehensive assessments and referrals for substance abuse counseling.


DTP
(Drug Treatment Program)

Provides targeted at-risk students with individual and/or group substance abuse counseling, drug testing, and related services with Charlotte Behavioral Health Care and Lutheran Services Florida therapists.

For more information, contact:
Chantal Phillips
Director of Intervention and DOP Services
941-255-7480


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