State Agency Children's Programs
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Administration
The JCPS/State Agency Children’s Programs consist of 13 unique residential and day treatment centers that work collaboratively with treatment partners to provide a therapeutic or rehabilitative school environment. Students are placed in the JCPS/State Agency Children’s Programs through a court commitment, a psychiatric hospitalization, or an identified need for long-term treatment of emotional or behavioral problems. The teaching staff of the JCPS/State Agency Children’s Programs provide instruction in small classes, with an average student-teacher ratio of 10:1. Emphasis is placed on individual instruction and successful transition to home.
MissionThe mission of the State Agency Children’s Programs is to integrate education and treatment in a safe environment for our students. We strive to help our students develop a love for learning, a positive plan for the future, a respect for diversity, and an appreciation of self as a productive member of society.VisionThe State Agency Children’s Programs are pioneering a national model for educating emotionally disturbed, at-risk, and delinquent youth in the nontraditional settings of psychiatric hospitals and treatment programs. Through the ongoing collaboration of educators and treatment partners, all students will learn academic and social skills in a caring and equitable environment.
HomeAckerlyAudubon Youth Development CenterBellewood SchoolBoys and Girls HavenBrooklawnHome of the InnocentsLouisville Day TreatmentMaryhurst SchoolPeace AcademySt. Joseph Children's HomeThe Brook - DupontThe Brook - KMIWestern Mental Health Day Treatment