Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs
Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs are supervised educational
settings for students who violate the Student Code of Conduct or commit
serious or illegal acts under such code or the penal code. Students may
also be removed from class and placed in the DAEP by the principal or
assistant principal for conduct outside of school and off school
property. The student will be placed in an alternative school when it is
reasonably believed the student’s presence in the regular classroom or
at the home campus presents a danger of physical harm to the student or
to other individuals. The alternative education program provides for
students’ core academic courses.
Students enrolled in the DAEP (grades 5–12), Project GROW (grades 1–4), and KEYS will adhere to the established standardized code of dress.
home-campus principal determines the length of assignment. Student
eligibility for the Special Outcomes Program at the Lighthouse Learning
Center will be determined by the home-campus principal at the time of