Available Supports

Student Support Services provides support for social/emotional, behavioral and/or community needs related issues, which are interfering with the student’s success at school.  These issues may include:


The social workers, student prevention/intervention specialist, and behavior intervention specialist are available to meet with students one on one who need additional mental health, social/emotional and behavioral support. 

Basic Needs

The community liaisons provides community resources and referrals, emergency food boxes, and oversee the campus clothing closet.  

Support Group

A variety of support groups are offered to our students in order to assist with specific issues and/or problems that may be interfering with their social/emotional growth and/or success in high school.  Groups are a great way to meet with other students who can relate to one another. Students will find a forum of peer support, where they can gain strength as they share their feelings and experiences with other students who are facing the same obstacles.   Each group generally meets once a week, during the school day. Groups require an initial consultation or group screening. 

Restorative Conversations/ Mediations

Conflict is a normal and positive force that can be a part of personal growth and social change.  To deal effectively with a conflict, a trained facilitator manages a process of communication called a restorative conference or a mediation.  Restorative conferences and mediations are a chance to sit face to face and talk, uninterrupted, so each side of the dispute is heard. It allows for problem solving, restoration and a resolution or agreement that is written and signed.   

Response to Intervention 

(RTI) Team 

The focus of the I-Team is to develop interventions for students who do not have an IEP and are not responding to Tier I and Tier II classroom academic, social emotional and behavior interventions.

 What to expect from the RTI-Team:

How do I make a referral?

Fill out an online referral form that will be sent directly to Student Support Services