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Intervention Update - December 2017

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Theory of Action #2: Transform Student Culture

STEP Program

The STEP program currently provides daily instruction for 4 freshman students and 1 sophomore for the second half of this quarter.  The goal for this intervention timeline is to support student progress and grades as they complete the semester.  As always,   the teachers will be updating student individual grades throughout this process and maintaining communication with regularly scheduled instructors to support the transition back to classes after the quarter is completed.  Mr. Parker is available in room 189b if you have any questions or need more information about the program.

STEP Coordinator:  Frederick Parker, x 32189;  parker.fp@easthartford.org, Office:  EHHS—Room 189B

BIR PROGRAM

The BIR program has serviced 34 students and been positively received by our families during the first quarter.  It is important to note that during this time, in addition to the academic component, students receive support from their social worker and guidance team as well as mediate or restore any harm that has been caused by their actions.  The BIR team appreciates the work of our staff, who has submitted work at a rate of 80%.  If student work is not returned or there are any questions regarding the BIR or suspension process, please reach out to the grade level AP, Mark Brown, or Nathan Allison. 

BIR Coordinator:  Nathan Allison,  x32190;  allison.na@easthartford.org, Office:  EHHS—Room 189A

 

MONITORING STUDENT PROGRESS

Quarter 1 Data

BIR Program
*78% Student Support Rate
(Social Work, Guidance, Behavior Manager)

*166 Total Instructional days saved

STEP Program

*90% School attendance

*79% Work Completion

IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION PROGRAM 

ISS continues to provide a focused learning environment by structuring the day with support, student reflection on making good choices and plenty of opportunity to complete their course work.

Top Reasons for ISS in November

House 9

Insubordination (12)

House 10

Insubordination (11)

House 11

Insubordination (5)

House 12

Inappropriate Behavior (4)

 

Work Completion Rates for Quarter One

Received/Expected Work

83%

Completed/Received Work

94%

ehhs student behavior data

45 Day Discipline Report (# of Incidents)

Discipline

HD

ED

ISS

OSS

School Yr.

16/17

17/18

16/17

17/18

16/17

17/18

16/17

17/18

Grade 9

120

83

73

54

119

73

15

5

Grade 10

107

49

46

37

48

62

23

26

Grade 11

94

73

27

16

31

48

17

10

Grade 12

38

52

29

22

31

21

7

8

School

359

257

175

129

229

204

62

49

arc program

The Academic Resource Centers have been working to address student behaviors/future choices and then get them back on track with their school work.

Quarter One ARC Data

ARC

# of visits

Top Reason for Visit

9

443

Academic Work

10

287

Peer Conflict and Mediation

11

406

Time Out Personal Reasons

12

169

Peer Conflict and Mediation

When sending a student to the Academic Resource Center please give the student a pass or call the ARC Office. Our support staff will call you if there is no prior communication. 

student code of conduct (scc) 

House teams continue to utilize the Student Code of Conduct, PBIS, and interventions to support student growth and opportunity with respect to behaviors.  It is the team’s goal to continue to update staff on the intervention provided to students following a violation of our code of conduct and possible next steps moving forward.  Teachers may reach out to the grade level teams to help collaborate on a student’s progress as they return to class if they have been removed from the classroom setting.  We will also continue to focus on restorative responses and ways to learn from all situations in an effort to provide all students with learning and meaning in all areas of their education.

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