Care and Treatment

Allina PHP
Located in Plymouth
(School District #284)

Partial hospital program designed to serve adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis

(20 student capacity)

Epsilon
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

 

Residential treatment program for adjudicated adolescents 

(120 bed capacity/average enrollment is 50)

Headway Academy North
Located in Brooklyn Center
(School District #286)

Day treatment program for adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis

(40 student capacity)

Headway Academy South
Located in Hopkins
(School District #270)

Day treatment program for adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis
(40 student capacity)

LifeSpan Maple Grove

Located in Maple Grove
(School District #279)

Day treatment program for K-12 youth with mental health diagnosis
(75 student capacity)

Oak Hills High School
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

Residential treatment program designed to serve adolescent girls with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties and multiple prior residential placements with unsuccessful outcomes

(12 bed capacity/average enrollment 4)

Omegon
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

 

Residential chemical treatment program for adolescent youth with dual diagnosis – mental health and chemical
(22 student capacity)

Parkers Lake School

Located in Plymouth
(School District #284)


Residential corrections program for juveniles and adults. Only students currently enrollment in K-12 school served though 287

(300 capacity/average enrollment is 15)

PrairieCare PHP - Edina

Located in Edina

(School District #280)

 

Partial hospital program designed to serve K-12 students with a mental health diagnosis

(40 student capacity)

PrairieCare IHP – Brooklyn Park
Located in Brooklyn Park
(School District#279)

Inpatient hospital program provides treatment focused on stabilization for K-12 student
(50-70 bed capacity)

PrairieCare PHP – Maple Grove
Located in Maple Grove
(School District #279)

Partial hospital program designed to serve K-12 students with a mental health diagnosis
(40 student capacity)

PrairieCare Residential – Maple Grove
Located in Maple Grove
(School District #279)

Residential treatment program for adolescent youth

(20 bed capacity)


 






Check out the video at left:
Educating Adolescents in Psychiatric Care 

care andtreatment
Posted 04/13/2018 05:17PM

North Education Center Academy Student Jessa Hanson created an awe-inspiring mural for her classroom. Jessa is an extremely talented artist who skillfully expresses herself through her unique talents. 

Posted 03/23/2018 01:29PM

Jon Fila is the NROC Ambassador of the Year 
A longtime adviser and active member, Jon has championed the solution-incubator aspect of membership. His commitment to the power of Open Educational Resources has made him a strong advocate for HippoCampus, and his experience as an engaged participant in the Moodle open-source software community has improved NROC's own culture of sharing. Jon's affinity for cooperative resource development has strengthened the NROC suite of solutions.

Over the years, Jon has represented broad efforts in Minnesota (e.g. Minnesota Learning Commons), and he specifically modeled the potential of Educational Service Agencies to build awareness of member resources and to offer instructional technology training across a region. His early work with Northern Star Online School enhanced our understanding of the needs of online programs, and his personal passion for English and making a difference for all students continues to inspire us.  

 
As a non-profit organization, NROC partners with educators to create open and low-cost courses and tools designed to recognize every student’s unique learning needs and preferences.

Posted 02/28/2018 03:49PM

We are so excited that our very own Dani Berry is a semi-finalist for the 2018 Teacher of the Year! Dani is a math teacher extraordinaire at Epsilon (Care & Treatment) #287edchat

"My favorite part of my job is helping students see themselves differently. Some students told themselves their whole lives that they were not good at math. Once in my classroom, we debunk this belief! They develop new ways of thinking and believing in themselves - and learn that how they view themselves as learners is what matters. They experience all the awesome ways that math impacts their lives and more times than not, they evolve into "math nerds!" I love seeing the confidence in their face and spark in their eyes when they start seeing the beauty and power of mathematics all around them." - Dani Berry

 
Intermediate District 287
1820 XENIUM LANE NORTH Plymouth, MN 55441
PH: 763-559-3535
info@district287.org

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