Homewood-Flossmoor High School is establishing a new program to give struggling students a chance to study on campus and at the same time save District 233 more than $300,000 in annual costs.
Viking Learning Academy is geared to students who struggle with social-emotional issues, truancy or have fallen behind in their credit requirements. In previous years, these students would be served by Ombudsman, an alternative school that specializes in providing support for students who struggle with academic and minor behavioral concerns.
H-F still plans to use the Ombudsman service, but . . .