The Splendora ISD At-Risk Services consists of the Disciplinary Alternative Educational Program (DAEP), a dropout recovery/prevention program Reach, and assists campuses with issues related to attendance/truancy and residency.
Disciplinary Alternative Educational Program (DAEP)
Students are placed in DAEP for serious violations of the Splendora ISD Student Code of Conduct. While in DAEP, students will continue with their classwork. Depending on the assignment, students may work in groups, or more advanced students may tutor others. Students may also be assigned courses dealing with health and wellness, financial education, social/emotional learning, and career readiness when they have completed work from their teachers.
We also bring outside groups to work with our students, such as Tri-County Behavioral Health, Texas Workforce Commission, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
When students are released from DAEP, a transition meeting will be held to review students' progress in DAEP and to make any recommendations for their success back on campus.
DAEP Student Handbook
The Splendora ISD Reach Academy is a student-centered, alternative education program that considers the individual needs of diverse learners through a self-paced, computer-generated curriculum utilizing various instructional methods.
The program is designed primarily for juniors and seniors who are behind in credits by more than one school year or have repeatedly been unsuccessful in the traditional high school setting. The mission of Reach Academy is to support at-risk students and provide alternative educational opportunities that will lead to graduation and the cultivation of exceptional people.
The Reach Academy is an alternative academic program, NOT an alternative disciplinary program.
The Reach Academy utilizes a computer-based instructional program called Edgenuity for assessment and instructional management, remediation, and preparation for Texas end-of-course (EOC) assessments. Edgenuity aligns with the TEKS and can be individualized for the needs of each student.
Students who complete the program will receive:
- High school credit for completed coursework
- and/or a high school diploma.
For more information, contact your child's counselor.