The behavior specialist would be a part of the Phoenix Program at the high school.
The specialist would "meet with students to provide support and assistance with daily school functioning."
The behavior specialist would be:
- Responsible for collaborating with program staff for the implementation of, monitoring the student’s progress, working with the school professionals who are overseeing the student’s plan, assisting with student evaluation, revising and updating plans when necessary. Additionally responsible for communication regarding issues pertaining to the status of the student.
- Assist in gathering information for conducting assessments
- Compile data collection of student’s progress.
- Attend all student related meetings.
- Ongoing communication with parents and necessary external providers
Responsibilities would include:
•Assessing needs of students/families, develop supports, oversee implementation of supports
•Collaborating with district liaison to identify and track students need in FHS
•Assuring family, district community knowledge of and access to liaison, district and community rights and responsibilities
•Developing and enhancing community partnerships with varied community agencies to meet the identified needs of students/ families
•Engaging families and caregivers in understanding and supporting the education of their children
•Collecting academic achievement data
•Facilitating community round-table on needs
No salary was listed for either position.
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