Welcome to the Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) website. Please look to the left for a copy of the Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct for more information.
What is a DAEP? The District operates a Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) for students who have violated this code of conduct or committed serious offenses (see page 20 of the Student Code of Conduct).
General DAEP information:
- Is in a setting other than the student’s regular classroom;
- Is located off a regular school campus;
- Separates students in the DAEP from students in the regular program or in another disciplinary setting in the same building as the DAEP;
- Separates elementary school students assigned to DAEP from secondary school students assigned to DAEP;
- Focuses on English language arts, mathematics, science, history, and self-discipline;
- Provides for students’ educational and behavioral needs;
- Provides supervision and counseling; and
- Provides at least a 7-hour school day, including lunch and other breaks, but not longer than 10 hours each day.
No student who has engaged in behavior warranting a DAEP assignment will be placed in an unsupervised setting, other than an out-of-school suspension pending the DAEP conference. Where is the DAEP? 207 East Avenue A and operates between 7:45 and 3:00 p.m. District transportation is not provided for students in DAEP that will be the parents’ responsibility to provide the transportation to and from the location. Students are required to leave the area as soon as school is released.