Alternative Intervention Program

AIP

Alternative Intervention Program (AIP) is a program for students that are under a suspension for a substance possession/use-related incident or may need assistance in addressing a substance use problem.  It is located at Francis Howell Union High School.  The purpose of this program is to offer counseling and educational services to students during their suspension and to allow students to return to school more quickly than their original suspension.

Classes

 All students who choose to participate in the program will spend three hours each day and be required to complete their regular classroom assignments for each day that they are in attendance. There will be a teacher in the classroom at all times to help students with assignments. The teacher will help gather and return assignments to the home school.  All work from the originating school will come and go through the AIP teacher. The student will receive 100% credit for work completed while in the Alternative Intervention Program.

Daily Schedule

7:00-10:00 AM, Monday through Friday

Expectations

  • Attendance : Students are expected to attend 15 school days (45 hours), and 3 group counseling sessions.  Students that arrive more than 15 minutes late will be required to serve an additional day in the program.
  • Achievement: Students are expected to work the entire three hours they are in the AIP Program.
  •  The program allows students to stay on pace with the classes they have at the homeschool.
  • Behavior: AIP is a voluntary program and students are expected to adhere to a tight set of rules.

 

Contact Information

Individuals interested in learning more about The Alternative Learning Center should contact Mr. Robert Gaugh at 636-851-5000. 

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