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Alternative Instructional Facility
Calloway County Day Treatment Center
Calloway County Alternative Educational  Center
P.R.I.D.E. Program


The Calloway County Day Treatment Center (CCDTC) is a specialized treatment and educational program for both male and female youths, ages 12-18, who present problems of pre-delinquent or delinquent behavior, family dysfunction, and are having difficulty in school.  The CCDTC is a minimum 120-day placement primarily referred by the board of education, district committee or court-ordered in collaboration with the school district for discipline. CCDTC is operated by the Calloway County Board of Education in collaboration with the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), and the Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children (KECSAC.  CCDTC provides 210 instructional day services to students based on a 230-day educational calendar.

The Calloway County Aternative Educational Center (CCAEC) serves male or female students between the ages of 12-17 who are at-risk youths. This multi-faceted program serves as a demonstration site for the Center for School Safety. A district committee or the board of education primarily refers students to the CCAEC.

The P.R.I.D.E. program (Programmed Recovery In a Disciplined Environment) serves students who are academically behind and generally have difficulty adapting their own learning styles to the traditional classroom setting. This program incorporates computer technology and electronic school curriculum within the context of a less traditional classroom. Class sizes are reduced to accommodate multiple contents covered in one class block. Since SY 2008-2009, more than 200 credits per year have been awarded to or recovered by students through the P.R.I.D.E. program.

     

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