PIP (Primary Intervention Program)

Supports students in grades K-3 who are dealing with mild to moderate school-adjustment issues to be better able to adapt to and thrive in their school environment.

These students typically demonstrate more “acting-in” behaviors (i.e. very shy or quiet, not participating fully in school activities) that are impacting their overall school success.

These are students who may not otherwise qualify for or receive additional school supports, and are in danger of “falling through the cracks”.

Through one-on-one non-directive play sessions with a PIP Child Aide, this program helps to foster positive relationships and self-expression, build self-confidence and social skills, and support overall positive school engagement.