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Regional Day Treatment Program

Jennifer Searway
Frank Jewett School ~ 912 Long Plains Road ~ Buxton, Maine 04093

The Sebago Educational Alliance (SEA) Regional Day Treatment Program is a consortium of five school districts, Windham, Gorham, SAD #6, Westbrook, and Raymond located at 40 Acorn Street in Gorham at the Little Falls School. The proximity to the five districts allows for greater flexibility to facilitate access to the mainstream environment. The academic curriculum is based on the Westbrook School Districts and is aligned with the Maine Learning Results and State Standards. The program has been designed to meet the needs of approximately twenty students in grades 4-10.

The Sebago Educational Alliance Regional Day Treatment Program (SEA) provides evidence based academic instruction that is a cohesive and integrated educational program that incorporates education and mental health goals designed to improve daily living, interpersonal, and community integration skills.

The high teacher to student ratio, in addition to the highly qualified teaching and mental health staff, provide for a range of services that are designed to promote academic success, physical well- being, and pro- social behaviors necessary to be successful in a less restrictive setting. In addition, the array of services are designed to serve as a less restrictive environment than an inpatient or residential setting.

The goals of the Sebago Educational Alliance Regional Day Treatment Program (SEA) are to provide positive behavior supports to students as they work through an aligned educational and therapeutic curriculum, learning skills that will lead to their transition back to a less restrictive environment.

Last Modified: Dec 05, 2011
Sebago Alliance serving the schools of Bonny Eagle, Gorham, Windham & Raymond, Scarborough and Westbrook