Schools

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Safety Net Programs
Juvenile Detention Center Transition School:
The mission of the “Transition School” is to provide students an opportunity to earn credit and develop educational and transition plans to prepare them for return to their home school. Juveniles that have been adjudicated by the Coconino County Court System who are on probation may be assigned to the Coconino Juvenile Detention Center Transition School. This program is located at the Juvenile Detention Center in an area that is separate from the detention area.

Our small class sizes allow our two highly qualified teachers to develop strategies for each student based on their individual academic needs. This program works closely with the student’s home school to keep students engaged in coursework that can be completed and valued upon their return. Online courses also provide access for students to recover credits needed for graduation.

Juvenile Detention
The mission of the Juvenile Education Program is to provide students who are adjudicated to the Coconino County Juvenile Detention Center an opportunity to continue their educational studies. An assessment of each student’s academic skills and graduation progress helps determine their education and transition plan. Classrooms are located within the Juvenile Detention Center where instruction is provided by two highly qualified teachers.

The focus of this program is to provide a safe and caring school environment that encourages students to engage in school and work toward meeting their own educational goals. This program works closely with the student’s home school to keep students engaged in coursework that can be completed and valued upon their return.

Jail Education
The mission of the Coconino County Jail Education Program is to provide students who are under the age of 18 and who are adjudicated to the Coconino County Jail an opportunity to continue their educational studies. An assessment of each student’s academic skills and graduation progress helps determine their education and transition plan. The classroom is located within the County Jail where instruction is provided by a highly qualified teacher.

The focus of this program is to provide a safe and caring school environment that encourages students to engage in school and work toward meeting their own educational goals. Emphasis on academic skill development and 21st Century Skills are a priority.