Guidelines for student interventions are provided for teachers, counselors, administrators and other staff.
The role of the classroom teacher is to work together to create classroom behavior/rules and use progressive discipline for inappropriate behavior that would affect student learning. Teachers are encouraged to meet, share concerns and assist each other with students who are misbehaving in their classes.
The Counselors are there to support the teachers. The counselor takes a more in-depth look into the pupil's social, emotional and academic development. If necessary, the counsleor will observe students in their classes and meet with individual teacher to discuss their observation and work out a plan to help the student achieve.
The role of the Dean is to assist and support teachers by handling behaviors that require disciplinary action. The Assistant Principal will also monitor severe discipline cases and refer specific students to the Dean for investigation and solutions. The Assistant Principal and Dean may also observe student behavior in classes and meet with the teacher to help facilitate proper behavior.
Administrator (Asst. Principal or Principal)
The administrator's role is to support and assist counselors, the Dean and teachers in order to promote positive student behavior in order to improve student achievement.