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  • Rosenwald is a Public Separate School licensed for grades 6-12. The population served is identified as Special Education. Students who are enrolled at Rosenwald are done so by an IEP team. A student's length of stay is also determined by the IEP team. Rosenwald has several teachers who are highly qualified across the curriculum. The Middle School students are self-contained in a 6-8 grade combination, while High School students follow a modified-block schedule. All follow the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.

    Rosenwald has a Day Treatment component provided by Family Net. However, not every student qualifies for the program. Students are invited into this part of the school after a referral process has been completed. Part of our day has been set aside for this purpose. Students who are not in theFamily Net Program have time in a behavior review class twice a day.

    CREC Core Beliefs

    •  Positive relationships are essential to the learning process and must be established and nurtured for learning to take place.
    •  Schools must set an expectation for excellence in all areas of study through challenging and relevant curricula.
    •  Schools must continually evolve to meet the needs of an ever-changing, global society.
    •  All partners in education must embrace diversity and promote equity.
    •  All students and staff are entitled to and responsible for a safe and nurturing learning environment.
    •  All students can learn through differentiated and relevant instruction that embraces critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
    •  Schools and families must collaborate to educate the whole child – socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically. 
    •  Family, business, and community partnerships are essential for the success of all students.
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