Juvenile Detention Facility
The Juvenile Detention Facility School provides every student an equal opportunity to an enriched education where they are challenged to meet and exceed their individual potential in a safe and structured environment.
Juvenile Detention Facility School students receive a rigorous education, which enables them the opportunity to earn course credits toward meeting their district’s graduation requirements. Upon release, students who are deficient in academic course requirements also have the ability to recover credits through SCOE's Distance Learning Program. We provide instruction in all four core subject areas, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Science, Science, and various electives in addition to English Language Development (ELD) as needed to prepare them for their return to a comprehensive high school.
In partnership with Solano County Probation Department, students attending the Juvenile Detention Facility School are provided wrap-around services to ensure they are building resiliency and other life skills to prepare them to meet life’s challenges. Developing social and emotional competence is as important as academic success for our students.
Program Manager of Educational Options
Provides leadership and intervention in the areas of instruction, curriculum, supervision, and student support.
- Weekly personal development skill building (soft skills) activities
- 90 minutes per session
- Learning activities to increase global awareness
- Individual personal and professional action plans
- Student Success coaching sessions
- Practical techniques to link interpersonal and motivational skills to academic performance and career outlook
Foster and Homeless Youth Services
Students receive individual case management. Level one case management consists of academic support plans, vocation preparation, and connection to supplemental resources. Students assessed to fall within the Response to Intervention and Instruction tier will receive level two case management to address social and emotional wellbeing.
Student Support Specialist
Students work with the Student Support Specialist to develop an Educational Transition Plan which includes goals for academic achievement as well as social, emotional and behavioral interventions at supports the students to transition back to their home school.
- Small class size, 15:1 ratio
- Paraprofessionals in each classroom
- Probation Department monitoring
- Computer stations in every classroom
- Interactive technology including SMARTboards