Classroom Intervention Coordinator
Classroom Intervention is a process that effectively uses interventions to increase the percentage of students who fall within the proficient or advanced levels in academic and behavioral/emotional areas. The Classroom Intervention Coordinator manages the process by monitoring student progress and/or providing interventions to those students in need of intervention. The Classroom Intervention Core Team meets monthly to discuss the progress of students who are currently in Classroom Intervention and make recommendations for instruction and/or behavior management. The Core Team consists of administrators, counselors, school psychologist, Title I Coordinator, Speech and Language Therapist, and the Classroom Intervention Coordinator. If a more intense intervention program or an at home component is recommended, parents and other pertinent staff members are encouraged to participate in the intervention decision making process.