• Specially Designed Instruction

    To the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities, including children in public or other educational facilities, are to be educated with children who are not disabled. In addition, to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities are to participate with non-disabled peers in both non-academic and extracurricular activities. Unless the individualized education program for the child with disabilities requires some other arrangement, the child is to be educated in the school that they would attend if they were not disabled. Special class, separate schools or removal of children requiring special education from the regular educational environment shall occur only when the needs of a child are such that education in the regular classes cannot be accomplished satisfactorily.

    About 90% of students with disabilities are served by special education services in the school to which they are assigned by the Office of Student Assignment. These are known as base programs. Wake County also has service delivery/program options for children whose IEP requires more specialized service. About 10% of students require these regional programs.

     

    Programs at Rolesville Elementary

    Pre-K Program

    • Alice Georgia, Teacher
    • Cassye Melton, Instructional Assistant
    • Celeste Perretti, Instructional Assistant
    • Beth Horton, Teacher
    • Tina Brown, Instructional Assistant

    CCR 

    • Katresse Credle, Teacher
    • Jill Wichern, Teacher
    • Laurie Rensing, Instructional Assistant

    CCK Program

    • Jennifer Mason, Teacher
    • Lamien Moore, Instructional Assistant

    Exceptional Children Program

    • Michelle Hill, Teacher
    • Rochelle DeSpain, Instructional Assistant
    • Cathy Silagyi, Instructional Assistant
    • Rachel Upchurch, Instructional Assistant

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Mrs. Horton

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Mrs. Horton

Hi! My name is Beth Horton and this is my first year at Rolesville Elementary. I have taught Kindergarten since 2007 and this is my first year back to the Preschool World. I moved to North Carolina in 2006 from New Hampshire. My husband, Dave and I have a 5 year old daughter, Mackenzie and 3 year old son, Tyler. 

Rolesville is a great place to learn because there are so many opportunities for the children to be a part of. I chose to be a part of the Rolesville family because when I walked into this building to visit, I felt so welcomed by the staff and students. I immediately felt a sense of community and togetherness which to me makes a school great! 

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