It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Central Normal Campus (CNC), an extension of the main school campuses for the Danville Community School Corporation, Mill Creek Community School Corporation and North West Hendricks School Corporation. The mission of the CNC is to provide learning services and opportunities for all students to achieve academic excellence. Through alternative learning paths, students considered at-risk of not graduating or earning promotion can benefit from a nontraditional school day that meets their individual needs and goals.
If you have questions and/or would like to find out more about the Central Normal Campus, please contact your child's school counselor or principal for further information. Thank you for taking the time to visit the home page of the CNC!
Central Normal Campus provides an alternative learning path for students in grades six through twelve, who are generally experiencing failure accruing credits toward a high school diploma in grades nine through twelve, or failure at earning promotion to the next grade level in grades six through eight, for various reasons. All enrolling students must be referred by the building administration of their respective middle school or high school. Daily schedules for students are based upon individual student needs, as outlined in the student's individual service plan and determined by the administration of the student's referring school corporation. Some students benefit from enrolling at the Central Normal Campus (CNC) for a proportion of their school day, and then attending the main campus of their referring school for the other portion of the school day; other students may attend the Central Normal Campus all day.
Expectations for Students are:
- Attend daily for their scheduled hours 100% of the time
- Make steady and reasonable progress toward 90% comprehension of their assignments and scheduled courses daily
- Show consideration of others and the learning environment by NOT interfering in any manner with the learning of other students and/or the normal, daily operation of the program
- Refrain from the use of and/or participation in the use of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, gang activity, weapons and/or conduct unbecoming of a productive member of the community.
Outcomes for Students: The expected outcomes for all students is that they return to the traditional school setting with:
- An improved sense of how to learn
- Confidence in their ability to learn and succeed academically
- Respect for the goals and values of the society around them, even though they may not whole-heartedly agree with those goals and values
- A more positive outlook toward earning their high school diploma or promotion