School Psychology & Behavioral Services
The School Psychology & Behavioral Services departmenthas staff assigned to serve each school with scheduled times in the component districts. The program provides initial and re-evaluations with written reports, behavior interventions/consultations and risk/threat assessments. Staff are members of school teams who make decisions about special education eligibility. Staff provide these services to children ages birth to 21.
In addition, the School Psychology & Behavioral Services department works with community partners to provide additional services for students and families:
Lifeways Day Treatment Program
Director of School Psychology & Behavioral Services
Personnel Data: 13.0 FTE
Funding Source: General Fund