Sometimes we send work and the student is back in school the next day. This is a lot of work. Why does this happen?
  • We send the request for records when a student has been with us at least two days. However, we are not always aware if a student is assigned to the Home Incarceration Program (released with an ankle monitor) or if they have been released early. This doesn’t happen frequently but it does happen on occasion.
  • Sometimes there is a delay getting the work to us from the home school. We recommend a teacher send the work directly to us in order to expedite the process. E-mail works great! If teachers send Edmodo or google classroom codes for their classes, our teachers can request to join their group and access work that way as well.

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1. How do we know when a student is a resident of the Chesterfield Detention Home?
2. Once notified, what do we need to do?
3. What is the best way to get that information to you?
4. What does the school day look like at the Detention Home School?
5. Do any students from the Detention Center attend their home school while detained?
6. Can home school teachers contact the detention home teachers?
7. What if a student is taking an on-line course?
8. Can a student take continue with an AP course when in Detention?
9. Is G.E.D. offered at the Detention Home School?
10. Do students take SOLs while in the Detention Home?
11. When a child is released from the Chesterfield Detention Home, are we notified?
12. What do we do with the grades that we receive?
13. Sometimes we send work and the student is back in school the next day. This is a lot of work. Why does this happen?
14. You send end of the year grades to us for students who are still in the Detention facility. What should we do with those grades?