Program For Troubled Students Looking For New Place
Posted November 22, 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. — A school for suspended and convicted high school students is looking for a meeting place off campus.
The John Baker Charter School serves high school students in the Wake County Jail.
The school shut down its off-campus site after complaints from neighbors about student behavior.
Plans are under way to find a new site. Until then, students are either transferred into public school or tutored at home.