The school district's Transitional Alternative Program is in a new home.
Also known as TAPS, it is now in the John McInnis Centre after a "long and productive time" at the College of New Caledonia, officials said in a press release issued Wednesday.
With increased student enrollment at CNC, the college has run out of room to accommodated the program, CNC president Henry Reiser said.
The plan was to move the program by June 2019 but the school district decided to make the move sooner, "based on the needs of the current cohort of TAPS students and the anticipated changes in staffing expected early in the new year," Centre for Learning Alternatives principal Curtis MacDonald said.
TAPS is aimed at students at the senior high school level but have either aged out of the mainstream school system or are unable to attended regular classes.