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Published on Aug 9, 2011
Clark County Juvenile Court and Educational School District 112 are working together on two programs for local at-risk youth, to help them continue their education.
The truancy program is helping students with so many unexcused absences that they have been ordered by the court to attend school or risk possible juvenile detention. Trained professionals from ESD 112 screen the students and work with them to deal with their issues.
The Graduation Alternative Program (GAP) targets youth on probation that are so far behind in their academics, that going back to school and trying to catch up can be too much of an obstacle. GAP allows students to go at their own pace for a higher probability of success.