Triad Alternative School

 

Sarasota County Schools set to manage Triad Alternative School Services

Sarasota County Schools set to manage Triad Alternative School Services   

Sarasota County Schools
Media Statement

Tracey Long Beeker
Sarasota County Schools
Tracey.Beeker@SarasotaCountySchools.net
941.587.0373

 

July 24, 2018

For 25 years, Sarasota County Schools and the YMCA have partnered to provide alternative education services to students who have committed an expellable offense and are no longer able to attend traditional schools. The Triad Alternative School program provides individual academic and behavioral programs to meet the needs of each student, with the ultimate goal of re-entry to school, technical training, college or employment. For the 2018-19 school year, Sarasota County Schools will assume full responsibility for the operation of Triad. SCS will continue to provide quality educational services to existing and incoming Triad students.

“We are committed to providing crucial programs and services, such as Triad. We will always strive to make resources accessible to our most at-risk students,” noted Todd Bowden, superintendent of Sarasota County Schools. “As we look to the future and enhance the school district’s overall mental and behavioral health programs, we will explore opportunities to further expand on programs. For now, we are determined that Triad students will have continuity in their program, and we look forward to a new school year and reaching successful outcomes together.”

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For additional information, please reach out to the Sarasota County School district at 941.927.9000 | www.sarasotacountyschools.net