- Day Treatment
- Alternative Referral Committee (ARC)
- SAVE LAB
- Drop In
- Summer School
This program is designed for students that have violated board policy and is assigned to Pressly for a set amount of days. It also serves students who have demonstrated a lack of academic and behavioral progress in the traditional setting. Transition back to the traditional setting for these students is based on grades, attendance, and behavior.
The Day Treatment program is designed in partnership with Children’s Hope Alliance to meet the needs of students with moderate to severe behavioral and/or mental health challenges. It features a staff to student ratio of no more than 1 to 6. These classrooms offer experiential learning paired with therapeutic activities. Each classroom serves up to twelve students who are served by staff with educational and therapeutic expertise. Students participating in this program must meet mental health eligibility criteria to receive services.
Highlights of the Day Treatment Programs include:
Customized learning approaches
Self-management/Interpersonal Skills Training
Functional Application of Academic Skills
Positive Based Motivation
Availability of Individual and Family Counseling
Alternative Referral Committee (ARC)
Grades 11-12 (Individual consideration for 10th Grade)
SAVE is a program designated for students with a life circumstance that prevents them from attending a traditional school day. Priority is given to the student who is within one year of graduating. The student must also be able to accomplish independent online learning with support provided from certified teachers upon request.
The Community Classroom is a program designed to serve students who need a contained, quiet learning environment. Students typically served in this program often internalize their behaviors rather than exhibiting overt behaviors that negatively impact others. Instructional support is a hybrid model that blends face-to-face instruction with online learning.
Calm and Nurturing Environment
Credit Recovery and Academic Acceleration
Non-Traditional School Days
Opportunities for Individual Counseling
Diverse Learning Approaches
Social Skills Training
Successful Transition to a Traditional Learning Environment
Pressly School has oversight of Iredell-Statesville’s three OSS programs strategically located throughout the district. Pressly-North is located on the campus of North Iredell High School in Olin, Pressly-South is located on the campus of Barium Springs in Troutman, and Pressly-Statesville is located at the ADR Building in Statesville. Students are assigned to these sites by their traditional school administrators for up to 10 days in lieu of out-of-school suspension. Students return to their traditional schools once their OSS assignment is fulfilled.
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 Springs Drive, 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)
It will be virtual and will run from June 1, 2020 to July 9, 2020.
Students may contact Mrs. Roberts (email@example.com) for further information and for Edgenuity issues, resets, more attempts etc.
They may contact Mrs Brawley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For Math assistance they may contact Mr. Hudson (email@example.com) Monday thru Thursday from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm from June 1 to
The classes needed for Credit Recovery will be added to their edgenuity this week, they may check their Edgenuity and get started whenever they would like.
If they are not sure if they have any classes to recover, they may email Mrs. Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org).