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At Minnick Schools, we develop an individual teaching program for each child that takes into account his or her unique learning characteristics. Through intensive one-on-one teaching, group instruction, and other techniques, we help children develop academic and social skills, and assist families in helping their children apply these skills from school to home and other environments.

If you believe your child could benefit from Minnick Schools, please let your child’s principal, director of special education or case manager know. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have in the meantime, and welcome you to tour our facilities.

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Statement of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect

Minnick School staff members are mandated reporters of suspected abuse or neglect. Therefore, any allegations from any source regarding the abuse or neglect of a child will be reported immediately, but under no circumstances later than 24 hours of having a suspicion of a reportable offense, to the Department of Social Services’ Child Protective Services Division in the locality of the child’s residence. In the case of an allegation against a school staff member, the administrator will report the complaint to the Department of Social Services’ Child Protective Services Division in the county in which the school is located no later than 24 hours after receiving information of the complaint. The parent/guardian of the child and the sending school division will be notified after submitting the complaint to the Department of Social Services, but within 24 hours of receiving the initial complaint. The Virginia Department of Education will be notified in writing within 24 hours of all allegations submitted to the Department of Social Services’ Child Protective Services Division.

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