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Student Services Department Angela Simmons – Director Joyce Jarrett –Power. School
• • • • Program Areas Home Base/Power. School Homeless/ Foster Care Counselors/Social Workers Backpack Program Foster Care Parent Link– calling system Christmas Bureau Olweus Bully Prevention Program Fit for Motion Attendance Discipline Drop Outs Credit Recovery NCVPS Restraint and Seclusion Crisis/Safety
Home Base Single sign-on for: – Power. School and Power. Teacher Gradebook – School. Net – NCEES – Test. Nav – Professional Development • Username/Password: Will receive from Data Manager after paperwork complete in payroll or from lead team on August 22.
Power. School • Store house of all student data – – Demographics Test Scores Parent information Discipline • Gradebook for teachers K – 12 – Attendance – Grades (progress reports, report cards) – Test Scores
Homeless • What is homeless? • How many do you think would be in Hickory Public Schools? • How can we help homeless student achieve in school?
Counselors • Primary responsibilities • How many • How can they help classroom teachers? – – Academic success of all students Social/emotional well-being of all students – – 1 at each elementary 2 at each middle school 1 at HCAM 4 at HHS – – – – Behavior support Assist with emotional needs of students Assist with academic needs of students Assist with parent conferences Assist with attendance Back program Foster Care Homeless SST Testing Coordinator at middle schools Transitions to next school Classroom lessons Small groups Individual lessons And so much more!!!!
Back Program • Food back packs to student in need – Homeless students – Students receiving free/reduced lunch • • Provided by DSS and Service League 40 – 55 in each elementary school 10 -15 in each middle school As needed at the high schools
Foster Care Program • • School Liaison in each school Assistance with school supplies Assistance with academic needs Work closely with DSS Family Services program
Parent Link • Emergency Calling system • Used for weather events, PTA meetings, school events, etc. • Calls/emails each student/parent within minutes
Christmas Bureau • Provides Christmas for families in need across Catawba County • Quarterly meetings to plan the event • Schools assist with application process
Fit for Motion • Fitness and Nutrition program • Second Graders • Partner with YMCA and Solmaz Institute from LR • Family Nights • Graduation
Olweus Bully Prevention Program • Most researched bully prevention program worldwide • Implementing in all 9 schools in HPS • Committee at each school • Staff Training at each school • Based on Data collected each year
What Is Bullying? “Bullying is when someone repeatedly and on purpose says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending himself or herself. ” OBPP Teacher Guide, p. xii
What Roles Do Students Play in Bullying Situations? Start the bullying and take an active part Take an active part, but do not start the bullying A B Support the bullying, but do not take an active part Students Who Bully rs G Student Who Is Bullied H Followers The one who is being bullied C Defende Possible Defender s Disengaged Onlookers Supporters E Passive Supporters D Like the bullying, but do not display open support F Dislike the bullying and help or try to help the bullied student Dislike the bullying and think they ought to help, but don’t do it Watch what happens, but don’t take a stand
Program Components Classroom School Parent s Community Individual
Olweus Anti-Bullying Rules • We will not bully others. • We will try to help students who are bullied. • We will try to include students who are left out. • If we know that someone is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and at home.