School culture supports the social and emotional safety and well-being of students
Unpacking the Commitment
Educating the whole child means providing for their physical, emotional, and social safety. A focus on wellness extends beyond the classroom walls and is part of our focus throughout the whole campus.
Vision for 3.2:
Provide a coordinated student services program to support students and their ability to access their learning.
Staff to provide coordinated student services at each school.
Pupil Personnel Workers
In-School Intervention Center Staff
Implement curricula focused on teaching social and emotional skill development.
School Counseling Program curricula includes, but not limited to, Second Step, Steps to Respect, and Suicide Prevention
Implement a multi-tiered system of behavioral interventions to support struggling students.
Provide general supports available at all schools, including behavior plans, individual counseling, small group counseling, and student/parent conferences.
Implement Zones of Regulation, Check and Connect, and Check In Check Out for students with challenging behaviors.
Adopt restorative justice practices, including restorative classrooms, peer mediation, student courts, and peacemaking circles.
Coordinate the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework in selected schools.
Assign coaches to support school teams with implementation of the framework.
Provide professional development to enhance the implementation at each school.
Assess annual implementation of the framework in each school to determine fidelity and future planning.
Provide health services to support student wellness.
Staff school health centers with full-time nurses to provide on-site medical support.
Coordinate student flu clinics, vision screening, and hearing screening.
Offer after school programs to provide individual student enrichment, extended academic supports, and social and emotional skill development.
Provide tutoring to support academic achievement.
Engage students in enrichment activities to support classroom learning.
Offer adult mentoring for students through community volunteers.
Future Leaders of the World
Provide services through the Evening Counseling Center.
Enrollment/participation in program
Attendance, academic, and behavioral data
Therapeutic pre and post assessment data