As one of the offices of Student Support Services, we are committed to the educational, social and emotional environment and supports that makes schools a significant agent of student growth and success. Using a multi-tiered model of behavioral intervention suited to each individual student’s needs and abilities, the Office of Prevention and Intervention partners with schools to enhance trauma-informed and behavioral practices that are strength-based, culturally sensitive, developmentally appropriate and anchored in compassionate relationships. These practices build student resiliency, social-emotional competency, ability to learn and self-esteem, which maximizes student ability to graduate college and career ready and to become productive members of our society.
For qualified students with disabilities, there are important new updates to our non-discrimination policy. Learn more, with this helpful guide to the changes.