Behavioral Support Services For Our Students

Behavioral Support Services are a component of Psychological Services and can be provided to students receiving their education in the general education population and/or students receiving special education services. Students’ whose behavior is adversely affecting their academic performance within the curriculum or students’ whose behavior is adversely affecting one or more areas of life functioning (peer relationships, etc.) may be candidates for Behavioral Support Services.

Behavioral Support Services include, but are not limited to, the evaluation of a student’s behavior within the education setting, analysis of data collected from the evaluation, the development of behavioral interventions, the implementation of behavioral interventions, and the monitoring of those interventions as they relate to the student’s behavioral goals and/or objectives identified via the behavioral evaluation. Students may be referred for behavioral support services by parents or guardians, administrators, guidance counselors, and/or teachers.