School Resources

  • PBIS Program

    Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support  (PBIS) is a way for schools to encourage good behavior. With PBIS, schools teach kids about behavior, just as they would teach about other subjects like reading or math. The focus of PBIS is prevention, not punishment.

    Climate and Culture Facilitator

    Lead and manage the school's culture and disciplinary program. Ensure that students demonstrate the values and expectations as defined by the School Code of Conduct. To analyze data with administrative staff and teachers to maximize student learning. Plan and execute beneficial professional developement throughout the year to create a culture of calm that results in maximized student learning.

    Social Worker

    School social workers work with students to identify, address, and overcome obstacles. Trained as mental health professional, a school social worker can serve as a trusted point of contact between students and their families, teachers, and school administrators.

    Speech Pathologist

    a school speech therapist, helps to prevent communication problems by identifying kids at risk of developing their skills. They do research into communication impairments and advocate for programs to help these students.

    Academic Interventionist 

    An academic intervention is a strategy used to teach a new skill, build fluency in a skill, or encourage a child to apply an existing skill to new situations or settings. An intervention also might be working with students on time management skills or consistently submitting homework assignments.

    Attendance Agent

    The officer shall also work cooperatively with teachers, counselors, school administrators, and parents to assure compliance with attendance laws and regulations, and other related duties as required. Investigate non-attendance to insure legality of absence excuses.

    DHS Representative


    The role of the PTA (The Parent Teacher Association), promotes parent involvement in school communities.

    Nutritionist Program

     The school nutrition program for the school independently or alongside additional school nutrition professionals. They are directly responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations of school food service.