Using the Therapeutic Classroom Model, Beatty Park Elementary School provides a strong behavioral and educational program for Emotionally Disturbed elementary school students. Our students and staff work together in small groups and teams to provide better instruction and behavior reinforcement. Each classroom has a full-time teacher and intervention assistant. There is a mental health component, which is in collaboration with St. Vincent Family Center. This collaboration supplies master’s level mental health clinicians,and a recreation therapist. Students also have art, physical education and instrumental music each week.
Special Olympics Beatty Park Gents (4th and 5th grade boys) Beatty's Ladies (4th and 5th grade girls) Beatty Park Jr. Ladies and Gents (students in Rm. 103)
Ohio Department of Mental Health and St.Vincent Family Center.
Navy blue or black pants; blue jeans; solid white or light blue tops.
Music performances, field day, Special Olympics and field trips. Our students participate in a variety of community based educational activities which include Columbus Library, Martin Luther King Center, Franklin Park Conservatory, the Columbus Zoo, SEEDS Project and the Beatty Park Gents.
Parents should expect meaningful homework Monday - Friday. The Daily Report should accompany the homework every evening. If you do not receive a Daily Report, please notify your child's teacher.
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
THE BEATTY PARK PLEDGE
Each and every day I try to do my very best.To listen, to be kind and be helpful to the rest.Every once in a while, though I make a slight mistake,I forget to use my caring skills, a rule or two I break.But, I won’t fret and I won’t cry, l’ll do myself a favor, I’ll fix that mistake, because I know that I am responsible for my own behavior.
The Beatty Park staff will address the social, emotional and academic needs of students entrusted to our care by: *Providing a safe positive school climate that is emotionally healthy and teaches students to be caring and respectful. *Delivering appropriate and consistent academic instruction that promotes high achievement. *Welcoming parents to be a part of their child’s education through frequent communication and other opportunities for involvement. *Offering mental health support to address the child’s emotional needs through individual and group counseling.