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Neglected/Delinquent (Title I, Part A and D)

Title I, Part A and Part D funds are reserved for prevention and intervention programs for youth who are neglected, unaccompanied, and/or at-risk. Upon identification, funding provides services for supplemental academic support services such as tutoring.

Neglected students may be temporarily or permanently removed from their parental home due to sustained​ maltreatment. These students reside in residential facilities. Supplemental academic support services are offered to these students via the education coordinators of the facilities.

Educational services are also funded by Title I through the Florida Department of Education to serve neglected and delinquent youth in residential and non-residential facilities. The Department of Juvenile Justice has a cooperative agreement with the District to provide daily academic instruction, remedial services, individual instruction and specific education plans for children and youth who are neglected, delinquent and/or at-risk.

Program Goals

The program goals are to:

  • Supplement educational services by providing neglected and delinquent youth with the same educational opportunities needed to meet challenging State academic content and achievement standards.
  • Provide these neglected and delinquent youth with services to successfully transition from institutionalization to further schooling or employment.
  • Prevent at-risk youth from dropping out of school, and to provide youth with case management support services to ensure their continued education.

Services

  • Transition and case management services
  • Tutoring services 
  • Intensive intervention
  • Credit retrieval
  • Transition support for students exiting DJJ sites and re-entering schools
  • College and career readiness
  • Extended learning summer enrichment programs
  • Academic and non-academic support

Delinquent Sites

  • Daytona Residential (True Core)
  • Stewart Marchman Residential Adolescent Treatment Center
  • AMI Kids (Non-Residential)
  • Children's Home Society (Brian's, Destiny's, and Sunshine House)
  • Volusia Regional Detention Center
  • Department of Corrections Branch Jail
  • PACE Center for Girls (Non-Residential)
  • Legacy Scholars (Florida United Methodist Children's Home)


Other Services

  • Community Reentry Team Support
  • Judicial Youth Support Collaborative Partnerships
  • Student Support Services Collaborative Partnerships

Additional Resources

 


Department Contacts

Glenda Butler
Federal Programs, Specialist

(386) 822-7896, ext. 44745
Email: gcbutler@volusia.k12.fl.us