Tier 2: Extra support for those student identified at risk or
struggling in previous years.
(5 small groups meeting once a week at Flex) Students were identified by
admin. based on behavior and/or academics. Letters will be sent home students to participate. Beginning at the start of the year will allow
the group to have a proactive model to set goals and hit the year running with
a positive mind set. Topics will include: backpack organization, brainstorming: what worked and what
didn't last year and what they want to do differently. Positively stated weekly
goals with steps, triggers, alternatives etc will be discussed in small groups. The groups check-in each week to note progress and celebrate and/or improve current goals to achieve success. There
will also be an Opportunity Group.
4 to 6 week groups: These groups can be based on
referral, recommendation, by admin, parents, and teachers. Again, if there is a
need for a specific topic they will be added to respond to campus needs.
Topics include: Grief, Anger, Anxiety, Building Trust, Social Skills, Peer Relations,
Impulse Control, Divorce, Step-Family. These groups will be surface level basic
information on coping mechanisms, support, resources, etc. Students having
extreme issues and or in volatile situations will be referred to mental health
support. All of the aforementioned groups will provide a window-in, for students
that may need more private, 1 on 1, support with one of these topics.
D and F Lunch HW
Club: This is coming back with 3
new staff to cover each grade level.
Students will attend if they have 2 or more D's or F's in Math, Science,
ELA, History or Strategies classes. I will
oversee the program and staff. Each
staff member will have a grade level and will sustain the same grade level for
after school HW Club. They will reach
out to each of you within the grade level to discuss student expectations and
communication re: HW and projects. After
School is also by admin referral only.
If you have concerns about students contact Cory O'Neal 530-633-3135 ext. 2107
Tier 3: More intensive services needed in one: one setting.
One on One
Sessions: These will be set up with a limit on the number of
sessions, also 4 to 6 weeks at which time. A reevaluation will take place for the
level of need remaining: once a week, monthly, as needed, or closure. Other than students with IEPs, students will begin the one on one
sessions knowing that it will have a defined number of sessions and clear goals
for the work being done. Students and their parents will be informed and sign
acknowledgement and consent.
Students or families in need of immediate attention in coping with
stress, trauma, social skills, family discourse, grief, peer mediation, anxiety
relief, and/or anger control
Referral for other Services: If it's discovered in 1:1 or in SST that a
student may need help with a diagnosis or with trauma either current or past
that requires intensive and or long term therapy they will be given options for
external services through appropriate agencies.