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Elementary

West Bay's Horton School

West Bay’s Horton School is an alternative elementary school program for students grades K-6 who require a highly structured, supportive, and therapeutic environment to achieve their greatest potential of academic success. The main goal of the Horton School is to assist students in acquiring the necessary skills to manage their emotional and behavioral needs in order to be independently successful within their homes, communities, and least restrictive educational environments.

West Bay Collaborative Horton Program K-6

ALP Elementary School Calendar 2016-17

 

Overview


The Horton SchoolThe Horton School is a highly structured educational setting utilizing a variety of strategies to meet the needs of the individual students.

Meeting and addressing a student’s emotional needs:

  • Providing safety, stability, and structure
  • Teaching responsibility for actions
  • Building self-esteem
  • Providing individual and group counseling as per IEP

 

Promoting successful school achievement:

  • The Horton SchoolSmall group structured instruction
  • Incentive strategies
  • High interest learning activities
  • Use of technology for motivation and learning
  • Planning based on individual learning styles
  • Utilizing developmentally appropriate curriculum

 

Teaching strategies to manage, cope, and control student’s behavior:

  • Accountability for one’s behavior
  • Crisis Prevention Intervention and support methods
  • Positive praise and reinforcements
  • Relationship building
  • Practice daily living skills
  • Daily point sheets
  • Daily goal setting

 

Staff

The Horton School staff is lead by a certified special education administrator, and includes special education teachers, behavioral teacher assistants, a social worker, and a nurse. The Horton School works in collaboration with Cranston Public schools as an integrated team to provide the necessary student services to support successful learning and growth.

 

From the Desk of the Assistant Director of Special Education

 

 

For additional information, please contact:

TBA
Assistant Director of Special Education
K-6 Elementary Programs
Phone: 401-270-8588

 

 

Newsletters

 

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program June 2017

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program March 2017

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program February 2017

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program January 2017

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program December 2016

Elementary ALP Cranston Horton Program November 2016

 

Collaborative Pawtucket Program June 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program May 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program April 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program March 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program February 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program January 2017 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program December 2016 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program November 2016 Miss Goes' Class 

Collaborative Pawtucket Program November 2016 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program October 2016 Mrs. Tuirok's Class

Collaborative Pawtucket Program October 2016 Miss Goes' Class 

 

School Year 2017-18

 

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Your school’s flu clinic has been scheduled for:

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 from  8:15 – 9:15 AM to vaccinate Students and Staff/Faculty.

Location:  

West Bay Collaborative
144 Bignall Street
Warwick, RI 02888