Rossier Park High School
7100 Knott Avenue
Buena Park, CA 90620
Program Director: Michelle Zacha
Welcome to Rossier Park High School
Upon arriving at Rossier Park you will find students striving to achieve academic and behavioral success. Our campus is designed to foster and facilitate student-centered academic, behavioral, and social programs to serve each student’s individual needs. Students enrolled at Rossier Park may have disabilities such as emotional and behavioral disorders, autism, or specific learning disabilities. These students range from 7th grade to Adult Transition.
As a school, we participate in campus-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). Rossier Park staff are trained and utilize program-approved evidence-based teaching strategies. Staff on the Rossier Park team develop positive relationships with the students they serve to ensure the success of academic instruction. We are all expected to uphold and model the Chancelight Servant Leadership tenants: patience, kindness, humility, respectfulness, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty, and commitment. Our team consists of Instructional Aides, Behavior Specialists, Curriculum and Instruction Specialists, Mental Health Therapists, Education Specialists, and Site Administrators. All staff is active members of the students’ multidisciplinary teams to continue to support, monitor, and implement each student’s individualized educational program.
For more information please contact the site’s Program Director.
Program Director Spotlight
- BA History
- Education Specialist Clear Credential
Michelle Zacha has been with Spectrum for over 8 years and started off as the Upper Elementary Teacher at the Spectrum Downey campus in 2015. She helped start off that program and held the following positions throughout her years of service for Spectrum: Special Education Teacher, Lead Mentor Teacher, Curriculum and Instruction Specialist, and Interim Director. Ms. Zacha strives to support Spectrum programs at all levels; from students, to staff, and our district partners. She values a collaborative campus culture and high-quality education services. Ms. Zacha promotes professional development within the company that results in shared philosophy that all students can learn, leading to both individual and campus-wide positive student outcomes.