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2801 Lucena Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Courier #: 374
P: 980-343-5515  |  F: 980-343-5581 
Principal: Dr. Carla Mathis
LC: Central 1
Bell Schedule: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Grades: PreK-8
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Support Staff at DHA

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Welcome

To the Druid Hills Support Staff Team site. We are here to assist you with resources to support our students and our families. We would like to welcome you all to our comprehensive student support services program.

Our Belief

  • Establish a safe, respectful, nurturing, and clean environment for all students and staff

  • A highly qualified, collaborative staff that is supportive, positive, and flexible using a rigorous standard based curriculum

  • All children can learn

  • Have high expectations

  • Challenging students is the key to higher learning

  • Learning is enhanced when ethical and moral character is expected

  • Establishing the desire that learning is a life-long journey

  • Recognizing and nurturing the diversity of our school community

Support Services Vision

DHA challenges each scholar to become an active and contributing member of society.

The Mission

Student Support Team is a school-based committees charged with helping the school provide all students the opportunity to learn and progress in the general curriculum. The Student Support Team reviews and identifies concerns and serves as a resource for facilitating positive change and/or generating appropriate referrals to other school teams.

Teachers, parents, staff, and students themselves can request the assistance of the Student Support Team. The team uses a collaborative process to assess the needs of students who are struggling academically and/or behaviorally. The process is data-driven with team members reviewing collected evidence to document the concerns and monitor the effectiveness of subsequent interventions.

It is important that the Student Support Team identifies positive goal(s) for the referred student. Specific academic and/or behavioral strategies are recommended that the referring staff member agrees to implement. The implementation plan includes a timeframe for monitoring progress and an evaluation to determine the effectiveness of the plan.

For students who present with health, medical or mental health issues, the team should consider an immediate referral to the appropriate school staff or agency for support.

The Student Support Team process can address such issues as:

  • Learning and academic difficulties

  • Poor attendance

  • Behavioral issues

  • Social-emotional support

  • Health concerns

  • School climate

  • Mental Health

  • Community resources




Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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