Designed to be an intervention for students displaying repeated disruptive behaviors at their home school (grades K-12). Students entering Iredell-Statesville Schools from another alternative program come to Pressly for an assessment before transitioning to their district traditional school. Students accepted into this program through the district referral committee come to Pressly for intervention and assessment. This program also serves students that have been administratively placed on a long-term suspension (45- 365 day placement).
Children who are struggling with behavioral or attachment issues will often struggle in a typical classroom setting. Children’s Hope Alliance’s day treatment program provides students with greater behavioral and therapeutic support by maintaining balance between education and therapeutic issues.
Each treatment environment is staffed by a certified teacher, a qualified mental health professional and a licensed clinician – each site also has a program manager. The teachers are provided by the Iredell-Statesville School system and maintains a focus on academics, while the treatment staff focus on treatment related to: identified needs and deficits such as: behavior, social skills, self-regulation, symptom management.
2019-20 OUT-OF-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
Hours are 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Student must be prompt with drop-off and pick-up times
Opened or unsealed drinks not permitted
Cell phones prohibited
Students may attend any site given space is available
OSS IS NOT OFFERED AT THE PRESSLY SCHOOL SITE
156 Raider Rd, Olin, NC 28660
OSS Teacher – Myron Miller
*Located in the mobile unit at NIHS
163 Barium Lane, Statesville, NC 28677
OSS Teacher - Teresa Houser
*Located in the mobile unit on Children’s Hope Alliance’s Campus (aka Barium Springs Home for Children)
OSS STATESVILLE (ADR)
410 Garfield Ave, Statesville, NC 28677
OSS Teachers - Millicent Roseboro & Ray Smith
*Located in the basement of ADR (Entrance is at bottom, left, front, corner of the building (DO NOT USE MAIN ENTRANCE)