Openings as of 2/21/2018
1. Function as a liaison between schools, families, and community to assist in the areas of child protection, homeless, and mental health.
2. Provide developmentally appropriate mental health services (focused on individuals with IEPs), including behavioral coaching, classroom and school-wide social-emotional learning programs.
3. Support school crisis teams, use data based decision-making methods, and problem-solving strategies. Provide response and recovery to students/building/district crisis through consultation, collaboration, and direct services.