• Behavioral Support Services

    Behavioral support services work to establish the behavioral supports necessary for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success. This work is accomplished through staff training and implementing effective interventions for those students with comprehensive behavioral and/or emotional needs.

    Areas of Staff Training
    • The consistent use of research-based behavioral interventions among all staff at the school, classroom, and individual levels
    • The effective use of data collection for decision making regarding behavioral strategies
    • Maximizing proactive strategies to affect behavior change while at the same time minimizing the use of reactive disciplinary measures across all students
    • Appropriately utilizing the Functional Behavior Assessment in determining the Behavior Intervention Plan for an individual with significant and chronic behavioral concerns
    • School-wide behavioral supports and strategies in the common areas of school buildings
    • Supporting the capacity of the regular education setting to successfully educate all students and to prevent social/behavioral failings
    • Crisis Prevention Institute training focused on preventing crisis and providing a safe and secure teaching environment for all students and staff