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Behavior Programs

 

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STAFF

Bullying Prevention Program: San Juan School District actively pursues training and positive resolutions to bullying problems in our schools. The District has a strict policy that guards students from this type of behavior. The District has also adopted the OLWEUS bullying prevention program. Each school has trained staff and is implementing these practices. For questions or to discuss concerns, please contact your schools’ counselor, administrator, the school psychologist or the Student Services Office.

  • McKinney Homeless: Provides services to some of the district’s most needy children. If you believe a student(s) is experiencing barriers to the educational process because of serious home challenges, please refer to the federal definition of McKinney Homeless and make a referral to your school counselor, administrator or to the Student Services Office. Attached are forms to do so:

 

 

 

 

PARENTS

McKinney Homeless Services:  Families at times can struggle to meet their children’s needs in such a tough economy. For families who qualify, the McKinney program can provide additional support for students who are experiencing barriers because of challenging financial circumstances. Attached is an application you are welcome to fill out and submit if you would like your child to be considered for services.


San Juan County Systems of Care (SOC): San Juan School District is a partner in the county’s SOC. SOC is a process where families can help develop a single plan to access needed services from a variety of agencies. The members of the SOC are com-mitted to working together to provide a comprehensive and coordinated approach to getting families the services and sup-port they need to be successful.

Services can include:

  • 1. Individual and family counseling
  • 2. Employment & financial assistance
  • 3. Health care
  • 4. Educational support
  • 5. Substance abuse treatment
  • 6. Parenting information

If your family needs help, please see your schools’ counselor or administrator.Attached is the application form for this service: