LSC kicks off "Chance" program
A program to help improve student behavior is taking shape in the Lafayette School Corporation.
The district board approved starting the Chance Program.
It is for kids in kindergarten through fourth grades.
LSC Superintendent Les Huddle says the goal is to address issues early so that they don’t become long term problems.
Miller Elementary will host the program.
Huddle says the students will go there for as long as necessary, but expects most to finish within a week or two and then return to their regular school.
Traditional course work will be integrated with efforts to improve behavior.