The Behavioral Disabilities program provides support for academic progress while enabling students to obtain strategies to improve social and emotional skills. Students are able to access a wide variety of services including participation in individual and small group counseling, social decision-making and anger management groups. Crisis intervention team members and behavioral assistants provide support and assistance to staff and students.
School-wide behavior support systems ensure that Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) are implemented through all school and community settings. Every effort is made to keep students in school and, therefore, Supervised Instruction is offered as an alternative to suspension.