I-KAN Schools provides educational support for at risk students. Our schools service students with unique needs who may have issues with attendance, be credit deficient, be in danger of dropping out or who are expulsion eligible.
The SALT I and II (Students All Learning Together) programs help students earn course credits toward high school graduation in a self-paced, instructor-assisted environment. We offer a credit recovery program for students with who are lacking high school credits for a variety of reasons: truancy, dropout, potential dropout, and chronic absence. There are SALT locations in Kankakee and Iroquois counties for students in grades 9-12.
The RAAC (Regional Alternative Attendance Center) program offers social/emotional and behavioral support to students who have multiple suspensions or who may be expulsion eligible. We offer a lower student/staff ratio than most schools and use a trauma-informed model to build resilience and inter-personal awareness in our students. Our Kankakee location serves students from both Iroquois and Kankakee counties in grades 6-12.
For information regarding I-KAN School's Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan, click here.
The I-KAN Regional Office of Education applied for an Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III grant through the American Rescue Plan Act. The community is invited and encouraged to fill out a quick survey regarding the grant funds. Take the Survey Here.
To read the full ARP-ESSER III Funds Use Plan, click here.