Short Term & Long Term Intervention Programs

The Behavioral Intervention Programs has been developed to afford students, who do not do well in a regular public school setting the opportunity to continue their education in a more isolated and supervised environment. These programs are a great substitute to Out-of-School Suspension because students are allowed to serve their discipline assignments while continuing to work on their academic assignments.  These programs are: STIP (Short Term Intervention program) and LTIP (Long Term Intervention Program).
 

 

 

Patrick Smith
STIP




 

 

 

 

Karen Blanchard
STIP


Description of each program:

STIP (Short Term Intervention Program)

Students will be assigned to this program for a period of time ranging from 1 to 5 days; the length of time will be based on a number of factors that will be determined by the administrator making the assignment.

LTIP (Long Term Intervention Program)

Students will be assigned to this program for the semester, or for the year. Placement in this program will require the approval of the Principal.