Alternative Education

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    Corrections Education Program

    Provides required educational services for residents in the George Hill Correctional Facility and the Lima Detention Center Programs. Students who have not earned a secondary school diploma or GED may attend the instructional program provided. Both small group and individual instruction are provided covering a full range of academic and life skills curricula. The host district is reimbursed by the student's home district. 
    Contact: Nan Porter, Lima Detention Center   610-938-9000  Ext. 6102,   nporter@dciu.org
                   Matt White, George Hill Correctional Facility,  610-874-4603, mwhite@dciu.org
     
     

    Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth Program (AEDY)

    A PDE approved AEDY day program that provides education to students in grades 6-12 who have been removed from the regular education setting for certain disciplinary reasons. Students are referred by their home districts, with the goal of changing behaviors within a structured behavior-management system.
    Contact: Dr. Kevin Kane  |  610-938-9000 Ext. 2279