Please read the information below to answer many frequently asked questions.
If you child has been placed in the ANCHOR TDP program we want you to know:
Dear Transitional Day Program Families,
It is my pleasure to welcome you this school year! I hope you are ready to start your school year at TDP. I welcome and value your positive energy and dedication, and I look forward to working with you and your child.
All signs point to another incredible and productive school year! Our skilled and devoted staff is planning and preparing for your child. We are certainly a caring community with the common goals of nurturing responsible, caring students, and promoting learning and positive behavior.
It remains an honor and privilege to serve as your director. Please stop by and say hello! Together, I know we will make this school year one of growth for all students.
Dr. Turonne Hunt
Transitional Day Program
Address: 100 Cleveland Ave, Martinsville, VA 24112
The building will be open for students at 7:45 AM. No child is to be dropped off and/or enter the building until 7:45 AM.
|7:45 AM||Program Opens|
|7:45 – 8:30 AM||Breakfast|
|8:30 AM||Instruction Starts|
|11:00 – 12:05 PM||Lunch|
|3:15 PM||Program Closes|
Please notify the program if there are any changes in your telephone number, address, or employment. This information is critical in cases of emergencies and should given to the program as soon as possible.
Students are expected to be on time every day. Parents need to call the program to inform office of their child’s absence.
Parents will be notified in writing when their child has an excessive amount of tardies or absences, which could result in an attendance contract.
Proper behavior is required on the school bus. Bus transportation is a privilege. Students who misbehave on the bus may lose their privilege to ride. If a student loses his/her privilege to ride the bus, it is the parents’ responsibility to transport the child to school. Parents are also responsible for their child’s behavior at the bus stop.
In our program, students are working not only on academics but also on social/emotional behavior and building self-control. These are vital behaviors to ensure that they are getting the most out of each instructional day. Students are expected to follow the Henry County Code of Conduct in addition to building and classroom rules. We use a token economy program to help our students reach their academic and social/behavior goals. In the event of misbehavior, students may receive consequences such as: verbal warning, teacher conference, parent contact, and in-school or out-of-school suspension.
We follow the schedule of Henry County Public Schools during the event of inclement weather.
Student breakfast, lunch, and snack are free.
Our school colors are navy blue, gold, and white.
Our school mascot is the Owl.
E – Excellent
S – Satisfactory
N – Needs Improvement
U – Unsatisfactory
Assessment Code for Citizenship and Work/Study Habits
S — Satisfactory Progress
N — Needs Improvement