Day Treatment Center / Alternative Education Center
The Calloway County Day Treatment Center (CCDTC) is a specialized treatment and educational program for both male and female youths, ages 12-18, who presents problems of pre-delinquent or delinquent behavior, family dysfunction, and is 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 residing school district for discipline. CCDTC is operated by the Calloway County Board of Education in collaboration with the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children (KECSAC), Mayfield Independent School District, and the Graves County School District. CCDTC provides 210 instructional day services to students from Calloway, Graves, and Mayfield based on a 230-day educational calendar.
The Calloway County Aternative Education 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