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Published on October 19, 2007

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Program Integration and Improvement:  Program Integration and Improvement Vicki Woods Mesa District #51 Special Education Coordinator Contact Information: 970-254-5308, vwoods@mesa.k12.co.us Cathy Haller, Prevention Services Coordinator, 970-254-5361, cathyc@mesa.k12.co.us Mesa District #51, Grand Junction Demographics:  Mesa District #51, Grand Junction Demographics Total Student Population = 21,000 Total Schools/Programs = 42 25 Elementary Schools 9 Middle Schools 4 High Schools 1 K-12 1 Alternative High School 2 Alternative High School Programs Identified Needs:  Identified Needs Reduction of Expulsion/Suspension Secondary Students Hispanic Students Proactive School Wide Discipline in every school Intensive Intervention for the most at risk students Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success:  1-5% 1-5% 5-10% 5-10% 80-90% 80-90% Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success Multiple Initiatives, Grants, Mandates:  Multiple Initiatives, Grants, Mandates Performance Based Policy Response to Intervention Positive Behavior Support Safe & Drug Free Community Partnerships Parent Involvement (Title I) The Opportunity Center Project Components of the Grant:  Components of the Grant Positive Behavior Support: Universal Prevention District Wide Implementation Increase from 10 to 42 school sites The Opportunity Center: Intensive Intervention Increase vocational education Increase parent outreach Slide7:  Targeted Intervention BEST LEAG Response to Intervention Why Try: Curriculum/Training Parent Training: Targeted Intensive Intervention Behavior Specialists/Coaches BEST Building Crisis Teams Emergency Response Plan Expulsion Intervention Counselor Threat Assessment Protocol The Opportunity Center Parent Outreach Coordinator Vocational Education Teacher Parent Training Curriculum Universal Intervention Positive Behavior Support Systems Staff Training (subs, meals) Community Partnership Bully Proofing Programs PBS District Coaches Parent Training: Universal PBS District Coach Training Student Incentives Mesa District #51 Positive Behavior Support: A District Wide Continuum of behavior support EARSS Supported The Opportunity Center Intensive Needs Students: “the tip”:  The Opportunity Center Intensive Needs Students: “the tip” Multi-system Collaborative Project Hilltop Community Services School District Colorado West Mental Health Dept. of Human Services Probation Dept. District Attorney’s Office Diversion Division of Youth Corrections Partners Ariel Clinical Services County Health Department County Work Force Center HB1451 Outcomes Year 1:  Outcomes Year 1 Increased parent training & support Increased PBS systems Decreased suspension rates Decreased expulsion rates System change Top level administrative support Combine initiatives: RTI, safe & drug free, parent involvement mandates, BEST Outcome Data: Year 1 Intensive Needs Students:  Outcome Data: Year 1 Intensive Needs Students Total students served: 205 Expelled: 90 At risk of expulsion: 115 Parents Served: 154 Successfully Completed: 78 Transitioned Back to Original School: 70 Average Days Attended: 112 Sustainability:  Sustainability Active administrative participation PBS Leadership Teams Established PBS District Leadership Team (AIMS) PBS District Coaching Provided PBS District Specialist Connection with other initiatives Continuum of Behavior Support Next Steps:  Next Steps Continue to collect & analyze data Determine data collection needs Adjust services & resources as data indicates Focus on younger student intensive interventions Consider current initiatives in the structure of the District Continue outreach to community

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