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    Q & A

     

    Is LFP an educational program?

    LFP is an educational program operated under the Department of Youth Affairs in Mangilao.

     

    Whom does LFP serve?

    LFP serves public school students under the age of majority (18 years of age) who are detained at Guam’s juvenile detention center.

     

    Who operates the program?

    LFP is under J.P. Torres Success Academy which is an alternative school in the Guam Department of Education.

     

    How many students does LFP serve?

    LFP serves all public-school students from elementary, middle, and high school detained at Guam’s juvenile detention center.

     

    Where do LFP students live?

    The type of juvenile offense(s) and/or gender and, at times, age determines placement of students within or without the juvenile detention center.

     

    How are students referred to LFP?

    Generally, students have to be cleared by Department of Youth Affairs superintendent, agency nurse, and agency counselor to attend classes.

     

    How long do students attend LFP?

    Classroom learning for students cleared by DYA range from a day to several weeks or months and, at times, an entire school year.

     

    What is a typical instructional day like at LFP?

    LFP teachers rotate in teaching four to five different groups of students and meet regularly concerning their students’ progress.

     

    What services are provided by LFP?

    LFP provides services related to academic recovery, service learning, and social-emotional growth.


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