· Social and emotional learning for life skills, behavior management, grief or other challenges.
· Short term individual or group counseling when the need is indicated.
· Parent education and information sessions.
· When available, provision of basic needs such as clothing, school supplies, and food supplies.
· Referrals to community resources and assistance in locating appropriate help.
· School wide prevention services specific to each school’s identified goals; including bullying prevention, character education, and drug/ alcohol education.
· Professional development and support for staff to assist in providing a safe and open learning environment for students to prosper.
· Homeless student coordination and support through the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.