McKinley Alternative School
An Indiana Alternative Education -Exemplary Program
The McKinley Alternative School concept began in 1987. McKinley Alternative School seeks to prepare students to become contributing members of the community by providing individualized educational opportunities that integrate academic preparation and life skills in a supportive environment is designed to meet the needs of students who have experienced limited success in other Kokomo-Center Township Schools.
McKinley Virtual School
McKinley's Virtual School (MVS) is a program focused on credit recovery for the students who attend Kokomo-Center Schools. The program offers a wide range academic core classes that is delivered by way of a computer based educational software program. The assignments that the students must complete are aligned to the Indiana State Standards for the particular class that the student is enrolled. Each student works independently on his/her classes by way of the computer.
Day Reporting (DRP) is a program staffed and funded by the Kokomo-Center Schools Corporation for the sole purpose of providing a place for students who have been placed on short-term suspension from their home school. It is designed to provide a secure place for students to keep up with their education, and stay off the streets while suspended.
Students will be referred to Day Reporting by their home schools. Students will receive assignments from their home school and stay current with daily assignments. Students referred to Day Reporting will return to their home schools after completion of their assigned suspension.
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