Our Student Services team is a multi-disciplinary team comprised of School Culture Coordinators, a CRPBIS Coordinator, Master’s-level Licensed Social Workers, PeaceBuilder Coaches, Restorative Justice Coaches, College & Career Pathways Coordinator, and Family and Community School Specialists, all here to support you and your family.
Our Roles and Focus
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Play a critical role within schools, supporting the implementation, oversight and assessment of a holistic culture transformation. They work in close collaboration with key school and community stakeholders to integrate new school culture programs, trainings and resources that focus on leadership and staff development, an enhanced positive behavior framework, student socio-emotional support, conflict resolution, and attendance improvement. Our three School Culture Coordinators focus on student initiatives, family initiatives, and community initiatives.
- Student Leadership
- Family Partnership
- Community Engagement Initiatives
Responsible for the overall implementation, coordination, management, and ongoing adherence to fidelity of the CR-PBIS and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program including providing training and technical assistance to school teams and CR-PBIS PeaceBuilder Coaches to maintain and develop school-wide CR-PBIS systems.
Organizes, maintains and operates an Empowerment Zone College & Career Center and provides a wide variety of college and career information and materials; communicates with students, teachers, parents and community representatives concerning career planning and college entrance for Empowerment Zone students as early as Pre-K.
Responsible for the supervision of social workers and rendered services, the development and implementation of practice standards for social workers in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers and State of Indiana standards, including orientation, staff development and continuing education program development; consultation regarding social work roles and responsibilities.
Provide services to students to enhance their emotional well-being and improve their academic performance and supports students, families, and teachers address problems such as truancy, social withdrawal, overaggressive behaviors, rebelliousness, and the effects of special physical, emotional, or economic problems. Social Workers also provide referrals to community resources.
Help bring conflict resolution tools such as social-emotional learning, communication techniques, restorative processes, mindfulness, and other proven de-escalation peacebuilding skills to support students and teachers in the classroom and school setting.
Specialize in working directly with schools, families, and communities to cultivate a generational learning experience that empowers educators, parents, and community stakeholders to sustain family engagement and improve student performance.
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