COVID-19 Response for ChanceLight Programs

Last Updated: April 20, 2020

All ChanceLight® programs are taking the necessary precautions to keep our students, clients, families and employees as safe as possible. We’re following the direction of local public health, government and school district officials about decisions regarding whether to remain open.

Announcements of currently impacted school districts that ChanceLight® Education programs operate within, or in partnership with, are listed below by state.

Arizona Programs (Ombudsman Arizona Charter)

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

California Programs (Spectrum Center Schools)

  • ALL CLOSED, until further notice.

Colorado Programs

  • Alamosa School District: CLOSED through April 30th.

Florida Programs (Atlantis Academies)

  • ALL CLOSED, through April 30th.

Georgia Programs

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

Illinois Programs (including Ombudsman Chicago)

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

Pennsylvania Programs

  • ALL CLOSED, through April 30th.

Louisiana Programs

  • ALL CLOSED, through April 30th.

Michigan Programs

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

Mississippi Programs

  • ALL CLOSED, through April 17th.

Missouri (ACE Programs)

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

New Hampshire Programs

  • ALL CLOSED until May 4th.

New Jersey Programs:

  • ALL CLOSED through April 17th.

Ohio Programs

  • ALL CLOSED through remainder of the school year.

Tennessee Programs

  • Jackson-Madison: CLOSED through April 24th.
  • Davidson County JDC: CLOSED through April 24th.

Any ChanceLight® Education programs in school districts not listed should be considered OPEN AND OPERATING. This list will be updated as additional announcements are confirmed. Please check this page regularly.

To read more about the comprehensive health and safety precautions ChanceLight® Behavioral Health clinics and providers are taking in response to the outbreak, please click here.

Please consult the CDC website for medical information and guidance regarding the novel COVID-19 outbreak.