Information Regarding Campus
Students admitted to the day school program shall have a current IEP. The Education Director and Leadership Team will make decision regarding admissions of students into Day School Program.
Types of documentations to be reviewed:
- Current educational testing
- Classroom observations
- Current eligibility notes
- Psychological evaluation
Once a review has been completed, the county representative will be contacted with an approval or denial, and an admission application will be distributed to the parent/guardian as needed.
Village Academy Staff
The Village Academy of Childhelp Non-Public School is fully staffed with more than highly qualified teachers, administrators and other professionals and paraprofessionals. Each of our classrooms is taught by a fully credentialed teacher. Many have additional credentials including mild/moderate, moderate/severe, and autism specialization. Each classroom maintains a 1:3 ratio to maintain our student to teacher ratio and ensure that every student can be effectively supervised and supported, allowing all students to be successful.
Tanya Handkins – Teacher Classroom 1
Sarah Coddington – Teacher Classroom 2
Rita Martinez – Teacher Classroom 3
MaryKate Correll – Teacher Classroom 4
Forrest Ferris – Teacher Classroom 7
Gil Lane – Teacher Classroom 8
Lindsey Peregoy – Instructional Aide
Carter Esry – Instructional Aide
Carolyn Washington – Instructional Aide
Teneshia West – Instructional Aide
Angela Gibson – Instructional Aide
Charley Starkie – Instructional Aide
William Radar – Instructional Aide
Gail Coley – Instructional Aide
Cathy Moody – Instructional Aide
Pamela Washington – Instructional Aide
Gigi Vargas – Instructional Aide
Daniel McGillivray – Instructional Aide
Thomas Brown – AOD
Nina Meyers – Main Office
Jennifer Jenkins – Librarian
Penny Miam-Boley – Reading
David Henry – Nature
Calendar & Bell Schedule
One of the most critical elements of successful behavioral management is structure. At Childhelp Non-Public Schools, all students spend their day assigned to a single classroom unless designated otherwise in their Individual Education Plan (IEP). Within the classrooms, specific times are listed for each subject and activity to help the students remain on task and prepared for what’s coming next.
School is scheduled from 7:50 AM until 2:30 PM, Monday through Friday, throughout the school year. Whenever possible, minimum/in-service days are scheduled to coincide with existing holidays to maximize the amount of time children spend in the classroom. The school calendar is created at the beginning of the year and coincides as much as possible with the Culpeper County School District elementary school calendar. The new school calendar, as well as a bell schedule that defines the minimum days, will be released before the beginning of each school year.