Department of Juvenile Justice

Education Program

Overview

Juvenile Justice programs are required to provide a career and professional education (CAPE) program. Description of program types are defined by Florida Statutes. Programs are described based on their capabilities. Florida Statutes 1003.52 describe educational services in Department of Juvenile Justice Programs, and State Board of Education 6A-6.05281(4), Educational Programs for Youth in Department of Juvenile Justice Detention, Commitment, Day Treatment, or Early Delinquency Intervention Programs, rules specify individual academic plans for all juvenile justice education students.

Title 1 Part D

All Department of Juvenile Justice sites receive funding from Title I, Part D, Local and State Neglected/Delinquent Allocations.

The Juvenile Justice Educational Centers are funded in part by Title I Part D. This funding is used to carry out highly qualified educational programs to prepare students for secondary school completion and activities to transition the student from the correctional programs to further their education or employment. The approved 2018-2019 Title I Part D grant will provide professional development training, supplemental instruction in math, tutoring services, equipment, and supplies.

School Advisory Committee

School Advisory Committee

School Advisory Committee (SAC) Meetings are held at the Vince Smith Center, 2450 Prince Street, Fort Myers, FL 33916. The next meeting is scheduled for February 19, 2019 at 5:00pm.

Release of the 2011-12 Elementary and Secondary Education Act School Public Accountability Reports

Release of the 2011-12 Elementary and Secondary Education Act School Public Accountability Reports

The Juvenile Justice Educational Centers Elementary and Secondary Education Act School Public Accountability Report (ESEA SPARs) are available for review online athttp://doeweb-prd.doe.state.fl.us/eds/nclbspar/index.cfmor at the District office.

Statement of Non-Discrimination Policy

Newsletters

Staff Members

Herman Williams, Principal 239-335-1585
Monica Sester, Secretary to Principal 239-335-1470
Harriett Henderson, Guidance Counselor 239-337-8139
Susan Knox, ESE Staffing Specialist 239-337-1333
Joyce Baskin, Transition Specialist 239-337-8359

Juvenile Justice Education Centers