The staff at the Turnabout In-Lieu of Expulsion Program, in collaboration with the students' families and the surrounding community, is committed to providing a positive, cooperative and safe learning environment that:
About the Program
The program runs Monday thru Friday from 12:27 p.m. to 5:41 p.m.
The Turnabout Program follows the District 202 school calendar and curriculum maps, with a few exceptions for some classes offered due to space availability and state requirements.
The Turnabout Program is primarily an evening program that holds classes from 12:27 p.m. to 5:31 p.m. High School students that have been referred to the Turnabout Program have not been expelled. They have been offered the alternative program, though there may be some restrictions in terms of their participation in graduation.
Clarification on Plainfield Academy's Day Program
The Plainfield Academy's day program is an alternative school for middle and high school students. Referrals to Plainfield Academy come from a student's home school Pupil Personnel Services (PPS), Building Student Assistant Team (BSAT) or Individual Education Plan (IEP) team. Students in the day program are Special Education students. However, if they are in good standing, they are allowed to graduate with their home school class. Students must apply through their guidance counselor or their home school team for recommendation to Plainfield Academy.
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Home Access Center
23930 W. Lockport StreetPlainfield, IL 60544
Main Office: (815) 439-5521
Fax: (815) 439-7014
Marcus Lyke - Principal