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Communication and Organization

  • Executive function check-ins and supports
  • Regular parent communication regarding progress

Individualized interventions created with and for students may include:

To help students understand what positive behavior looks like, and to help them to identify and strengthen challenges behaviors, you might consider the following interventions and supports:

Adult advocates serve as influential role-models and champions

  • Big Brother / Big Sister connections
  • School to work connections
  • In-school youth buddies

Engaging and rigorous curriculum / instruction

Assessments aligned with curriculum maps and standards/desired outcomes

Positive school culture

  • A single school culture, with a shared vision of good behavior in all school arenas
  • Clearly defined and communicated behavior expectations for the community
  • Ongoing community-wide campaigns to promote the importance of high attendance and acknowledge success
  • All constituents are respected and given voice

Research-proven Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programs

School-based systems

  • A system whereby every child is known well by one adult in the school and has routine opportunities to check in and get support (e.g., homeroom, advisory,  mentoring)
  • A system to check attendance twice daily and immediately inform parents/guardian of an absence

Highly-focused differentiated supports             

  • Identify student strengths and gaps
  • Develop academic action plan
  • Classroom-based small group guided reading groups
  • Scheduled re-teaching/learning time following formative and periodic assessments
  • Small group academic support for those needing either acceleration or remediation