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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017! 
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION:

 

Project Rebound is an educational, therapeutic and life skills program serving students in grades 9-12 in Garfield R16, RE2, Aspen & Roaring Fork school districts. The program emphasizes structure and consistency in a more supportive environment, fostering a sense of belonging where students feel safe and respected.

 

It is the mssion of Project Rebound to serve students who are identified with emotional and behavioral challenges, called ED (Emotional Disability) toward high school completion. For some students, experiencing success in the traditional school setting is difficult because the emotional interference can be so severe that it inhibits learning and often the student’s behavior is disruptive to others. With a desire to change, students entering Project Rebound have the opportunity to get back on track, accumulate credits, increase self-esteem and move towards graduating from high school, ensuring a more successful future.

 

Students are required to attend school on a regular basis and complete their work while at the program. Students work on rebuilding themselves through specialized curriculum involving academics, experiential learning, life skills, service learning, literacy, family coaching, outdoor education, and individual therapeutic support. Project Rebound’s intention is to assist students in making connections both inside and outside the classroom so that students have a greater awareness for life, creating a better understanding for what it means to live with integrity and purpose. 

 

 
    Project Rebound-     
SIED High School
  Image Referrals to the program must come from a student’s home school counselor or special education team, and requires a change of placement staffing which includes the Rebound staff. The program also provides Adolescent Day Treatment Services to eligible students  through additional funding provided by the Garfield County Department of Human Services.
 
ImageCurriculum aligned to the Co State Standards & 21st Century Skills:

• Academics focused on literacy skills development & CDE Access Skills

• Family-centered, school-based day treatment, including: group counseling, personal & life skills coaching, familly sessions & parenting groups

• Assisting change and improvement for transitions to school & career goals

• Attention to self-improvement and adolescent development

• Outdoor education

• Service learning & vocational training

• Community based apprenticeships

• Arts and technology
 
     

The primary goal of ADT program is to focus on the student’s treatment needs so they can achieve a successful transition and “rebound” into the most appropriate educational setting, reducing the need for out-of-home placement.

Click the link below to learn more about the continuim of services provided in our SIED classroom and School-based Day Treatment Center:
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1485883/File/Program Documents/Rebound-ADT.pdf


How do I apply?
Students must be referred from their home school or the student's IEP team.  Please contact our school Registrar at 945-9463 x100, or the Rebound Counselor if you need further assistance
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Adolescent Day Treatment
 
 
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