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  • Program Overview

    R.E.S.E.T is not an alternative school; it is a short- term therapeutic program designed to focus on behavioral interventions for students in K-5; it will assist with providing family support and solutions to behaviors that are being displayed.   The goal is to successfully transition students back to their home school with a plan and to decrease suspensions and the recidivism of students being recommended to the hearing officer. R.E.S.E.T uses a positive behavior model with clear and consistent expectations to create a safe learning environment where progress on social and academic goals will occur for all of the children.  Parents are required to be actively involved with the R.E.S.E.T Program. Without parental support, the student will not be able to make the necessary gains throughout the program.

     

    R.E.S.E.T Lesson Plans

    All students will receive two weeks worth of lesson plans and social activity lessons from their assigned teacher and beahavioral interventionist.  Students will be repsonible for turning in their assignments when we resume regular school.  There are also e-learning lessons provided on line from your child's home school.  

     

    E-Learning Information 

    The Information Technology (IT) Department will provide technical support to all staff, students, and parents of Richland School District 1 on eLearning Days. The IT Support Team can be reached by calling 803-231-7436. This number will be active Monday through Friday from the hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Additional information regarding who parents should call regarding logins, passwords, and programs/specific software will be sent to you tomorrow.  Federal guidelines require that any communication from our district must be translated at least into our top three languages to ensure our multilingual families are informed.  The top three languages in our district are (1) Spanish, (2) Swahili, and (3) Karen.  We recognize that the top three languages spoken in your school may be different from the top three identified across the district. If that is the case, please reach out to Ernesto Bernal for additional guidance. The Department of World Languages and ESOL Programs has used Certified Translation Services, (803) 781-7017, in the past and recommends them, as they provide quality service with relatively quick turn around and at a reasonable cost.  

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  • Site Information

    Hyatt Park Elementary School

    4200 N. Main Street

    Columbia, SC, 29203

    (803) 735-3421

     

    Horrell Hill Elementary School 

    517 Horrell Hill Road

    Hopkins, SC, 29061

    (803) 783-5545