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The Alternative Education Programs and Behavioral Support Department encompasses a broad range of support programs and activities which play an integral part in the school district's efforts to provide optimal educational experiences for every student. The primary purpose of our department is to eliminate barriers to wholesome school adjustment and assist school personnel and parents in developing the maximum potential of all students according to individual needs and ability. While all students benefit to some extent from Student Services' programs, the primary focus is directed toward assisting those students who exhibit problems traceable to social, emotional, physical, and developmental conditions which impede the learning process.

Executive Director: Michellea Millis-Graves, Phone: 390-2081, Fax: 390-2075

Social Work and Attendance Services

Donna Cobb, Coordinator

The social workers serve as an advocate for the student and the family in finding solutions to problems which adversely affect students' adjustment in the home and school.

Education of Homeless Children and Youth

Tricia Pough, Social Worker and Lisa Hubbard, Social Worker

Duval County Public Schools' Education of Homeless Children and Youth program is entitled "PROJECT ACCESS". The primary goal of PROJECT ACCESS is to ensure that barriers are reduced or eliminated so that homeless children and youth enroll in school, attend regularly, and succeed in educational opportunities.

Teen Parent Center:

Joyce Warren, Coordinator

Provide day care, transportation, and health/social services to teen parents to help them complete school and become self sufficient.

Hearing Office Services

Beatrice Lewis

The Hearing Office conducts disciplinary hearings for referred students and parents, and makes recommendations to help maintain a safe and secure school environment for learning. Please click on link to download a copy of the Student Code of Conduct

Home Education/GED Waivers

Michellea Millis-Graves, Betty Drawdy, Joan Ward

Home Education is a parent-directed education alternative. Home Education allows the freedom to explore and learn at the pace of the individual student. Please click on link to download a Home Education Packet.

Student Records and other documents such as transcripts are filmed and made available to authorized individuals and agencies upon request.

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