Due to the potential for severe weather caused by the effects of Tropical Storm Isaias, all New Horizons schools and offices will be closed Tuesday, August 4th. All 12 and 11-month employees scheduled to work should work from home. #SafetyFirst #WeAreNewHorizons #BoldlyGoing
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The Center for Autism and Newport Academy, a division of New Horizons Regional Education Centers (NHREC), recently announced the appointment of Dr. Joy Richardson to the position of special education coordinator for the Center for Autism 9-12 program and Newport Academy ED/ID programs. She has over 18 years of teaching and leadership experience in the field of special education.
“I am very excited to join the NHREC Team,” said Richardson. “When teachers, students, families, and school leaders work toward a common goal and are dedicated to a common vision, there’s no limit to what we can achieve.”
Richardson brings a wealth of experience to her new role. Most recently serving as the acting senior director of Special Education for Norfolk City Schools. She has also served in various other leadership positions with Hampton City Schools and other divisions in Northern Virginia. She holds a doctorate degree in Adult Education, an Ed.S. in Special Education Leadership, and a masters in Cross-Categorical Special Education all from Regent University. Richardson also holds a masters in Human Resource Development from George Washington University and received her bachelor of arts degree in Speech Communication/Dispute Resolution from James Madison University.
Richardson is passionate about building efficacy and capacity with teachers and staff, strengthening relationships with parents, and fostering positive academic and social-emotional outcomes to ensure access and opportunity for all students.
“Her experience as a practitioner and leader successfully serving multiple school divisions throughout her career offers her a unique perspective that will serve the students at the Center of Autism and Newport Academy well. Her commitment and passion for students make her a perfect fit for the Center for Autism and Newport Academy ED/ID program,” hailed Mr. Casey Roberts, NHREC Executive Director.
As a reminder, New Horizons Regional Education Centers will be moving to a four-day weekly schedule, Monday through Thursday, during the summer months. Schools and offices will be closed on Fridays from June 26th through August 21, 2020. #SummerSchedule #BoldlyGoing
All offices and schools will be open from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Thursday.
Join us in congratulating the 2020 New Horizons Good Life Solution Program Completers! Best wishes to all these young men and women as they begin their new careers and live “The Good Life”!
If you know any employers who want to learn more about the New Horizons Advanced Technical Center and the Good Life Solution Program, please contact Danny Barto, Good Life Solution program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 757-272-6955.
The New Horizons Regional Education Centers (NHREC) Board of Trustees will conduct its monthly meeting electronically at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 to ensure social distancing and public gathering protocols in compliance with the Governor’s order.
The Board of Trustees’ meeting agenda includes updates on the FY 2021 Budget Adoption, SY 21 CTE Program Fees, Regional Calendar Adoption, Boldy Go 2025 Strategic Plan Update, Program Enrollment Report, and upcoming celebratory events. View the complete agenda.
Public comment is welcome. Citizens may submit comments via email to the Board Clerk at email@example.com; or by phone by leaving a voicemail message at (757) 766-0000 by 12:00 PM on Tuesday, May 26, for inclusion in the official meeting record.