Behavior Coaching

Supports students (and their teachers) with moderate to higher-level behavioral needs-- typically more “acting out” and disruptive behaviors-- who can benefit from additional social, emotional, and behavioral support.

These students may require individualized planning, additional, and/or different interventions and strategies in order to be successful. The Behavior Coach works with the students, teachers, other school staff, and family (as needed/possible).

Through in-class and out-of-class individual and small group work (with additional whole-class social skills support, as needed), the Behavior Coach helps to develop the needed social, emotional, and behavioral skills, and assists adults in more effectively supporting these students.