The youth who are sentenced to Washington County Juvenile Detention, will continue their educational courses. Medical information in taken when the youth is brought to the facility and personal needs are provided.
While your child is being detained they are required to attend school at the detention facility. The West Bend School District provides a teacher and an instructional assistant.
If your child attends school, you are encouraged to bring their school work to the Detention facility. All materials will be subject to search by the detention and educational staff.
Parents/legal guardians are asked to complete a medical consent form so that your child may receive medical care. Your child’s medical concerns are monitored by 2 full-time nurses. If your child is presently taking prescription medication, please supply Juvenile Detention with the medication as soon as possible. After 7 days at the facility the nurse completes a health assessment which includes a TB test.
Your child will be provided with a jail uniform, underwear items, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb soap, deodorant, shampoo, bed linen, reading and writing materials, stamps, recreational activities, meals and a snack.
Absolutely NO incoming items other than educational materials and prescription medication may be brought to the facility.
Release arrangements are to be made with either Nicole Sakac at (262) 335-4410 or the Juvenile Pod at (262) 306-2247.
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