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Wheatland Academy believes that all students can succeed when given an educational environment that meets their individual needs and interests. High expectations are set for all students to empower them to be responsible, respectful and productive citizens.

Wheatland Academy Program Overview

Indian Plains Program (IP)

IP is a credit recovery program of choice. This program primarily services 4th year students from the three district high schools in Indian Prairie School District #204. Students that are eligible for this program are behind in credits and have demonstrated that the traditional high school setting is not beneficial for them. The home school guidance department recommends these students for the program. The guidance department reviews the student’s credits, attendance and behavior to make the recommendation. The program is intended to help students catch up and meet graduation requirements by offering more periods in a school day, smaller class sizes, individualized learning opportunities and supportive services as needed. Students must commit to the program guidelines and sign a participation agreement. The participation agreement establishes the expectations and obligations for Indian Plains students, parents/guardians, home high school staff and the Indian Plains team.

Students may not directly enroll in the program; they must be recommended by the home school guidance department

Program Achieve (ACH)

Program Achieve is a therapeutic high school day program. This program services students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), majority of the students have Emotional Disturbance as their primary disability from the three district high schools in Indian Prairie School District #204. Students eligible for this program have demonstrated the need for a smaller structured environment with supportive services to make progress toward fulfilling graduation requirements. Their emotional dysregulation has impacted their academic success in the traditional high school setting. In addition, they make progress in the areas of personal, social and emotional growth. Students that are successful in this program may transition back to their home school for academic instruction and/or extracurricular activities. All high school diplomas reflect the student’s home high school.

Program Achieve is not appropriate for students without an IEP or for those students in need of a disciplinary placement. It is designed exclusively for students who need academic and emotional supports to experience a successful learning experience.

Team 102

Team 102 is a component of Program Achieve. This program services students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), majority of the students have Autism as their primary disability from the three district high schools in Indian Prairie School District #204. It is uniquely designed to address additional student needs including; executive functioning skills, social-communication skills and sensory-processing challenges. Team 102 incorporates a wide range of instructional interventions and curricular materials to address these areas. A specialized small PE class and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) services are built into the program for all learners in addition to the high level of social work support.

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