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The purpose of this team is to meet, discuss and generate interventions for students who are presented with Academic, Behavior, Health or Attendance difficulties that are impeding their success in school.
For Pre K - 12 students
We meet every Thursday starting at 9:30am in the conference room between the Guidance Office and Principal's Office.
The SAT process is collaborative and confidential
Parents & students are involved in the SAT process. At a minimum, they are informed about the referral and meeting outcome.
Core Elements of the Student Assistance Team
The SAT process is defined and conducted in a "standard" consultation format:
1. Asking questions that help to define the problem (data collection)
2. Comprehensive background (and baseline)data is collected prior to and during the initial meeting (with the assistance of a case manager)
3. All data must be SPECIFIC, DESCRIPTIVE, OBSERVABLE & FACTUAL
4. Objectives (goals) for student outcomes are specific
5. An intervention is developed and monitored
6. Intervention plans as well as methods for evaluating outcomes are specified (how to, who, when) and are research-based
7. Teacher's acceptability of the SAT process and interventions are regularly monitored
8. Follow-up meetings are conducted to review the success of the intervention
9. Specific monitoring data are compared to the goals previously stated
If goals are not met, interventions are modified (and monitored further) or new goals are selected.
Specific Referral Process
An Initial Referral form & Prior Interventions Checklist is completed by referring teacher and turned in to Corin Bonsick, SAT Coordinator.
1. A meeting date will be assigned
2. The Teacher Forms (one goes to every teacher the student has), Counselor's Form, Nurse's Form & Discipline Form are sent out, completed and returned to Corin Bonsick
3. Case manager compiles all information & presents the case at meeting
4. Meeting is held
5. Action Plan is developed (brainstorming & choose interventions)
6. Parents, students & other teachers are told of Action Plan by the referring teacher
7. Implement & Evaluate Action Plan (Case Manager serves as technical assistant to the school staff member(s) implementing the plan).
8. Follow-up meeting is held. Action plan is reviewed. (6-8 weeks data renewed)
Please complete ALL sections of the forms that are given to you. All data must be specific, descriptive, observable and factual.
Mrs. Corin Bonsick - SAT Coordinator/School Psychologist & CSE Chair
Mr. Robert Rhinehart - Principal
Mrs. Lynne VanValkenburg - Assistant Principal
Ms. Holly Menke - School Counselor
Mrs. Diane Jordan - Mental Health Clinician
Mrs. Georgia Odell - School Nurse
Anyone can refer a student. This includes, but is not limited to:
County Social Worker
Any Staff Member