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									                Information about Services and Interventions
                            for PRC 29 Funding



In order to track the effectiveness of services and interventions provided through the PRC
29 funding, please fill out the “Service and Intervention” sheet for each student receiving
assistance through PRC 29 funding who has been in the school system at least 45 days in
the semester. The “Student Information Form” (SIF) should be completed for the same
students.

Definitions of services and minimal provision of service are listed below so that all LEAs
will use the same service definitions. The interventions checked for each student should
be specific and designed to prevent, motivate or change behavior. These should be the
interventions that are occurring as a result of the services provided by the PRC 29
funding. The interventions should be consistently implemented on a regular basis.

Day treatment: Can be a therapeutic educational program within any setting. The
minimal provision of service is 45 days within a semester.

Crisis team: Is an individual or team of individuals 1) who provide short term
intervention to enable students to remain in school, and/or 2) who provides special
support service to help stabilize students in order to avoid a crisis. If the student is
removed from school, the contact has not been effective. The minimal provision of
service is one successful intervention within a semester. The student must be enrolled at
least 45 days in the semester.

Behavior Specialist/Liaison: Monitors, coordinates, and links services and interventions
for students. He or she also provides training, interventions and services to staff working
with identified high-risk students, to the students themselves and to other service
providers. The minimal provision of service is 2 contacts per month. (A contact can be
with the student or anyone involved with the student.) The student must be enrolled at
least 45 days in the semester.

Behavior Support Assistant: Is an individual 1) who provides interventions to enable a
student to remain in school, and/or 2) who provides special support to help the student
become more productive in the classroom. Once the student has reached an agreed upon
percentage from his/her behavior intervention plan, staff will move on to work with
another student (this process may last four to eight weeks).

One-on-one teaching assistant: Provides individual educational and behavioral support
to enable a student to improve both academically and behaviorally. The minimal
provision of service is 4 hours or more per day for 45 days within a semester.

Social worker: Monitors, coordinates and links services and interventions for students.
Besides working with school personnel, the student and service providers, the social
worker also connects the family to the services within the community. The minimal
provision of service is 2 contacts per month. (A contact can be with the student or
anyone involved with the student.)

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Mentor: Provides individual educational and behavioral support to enable a student to
improve both academically and behaviorally. This may also be support for the family
and occur within the school or community. The minimal provision of service is 45 days
within a semester.

Teacher: Is a certified teaching professional providing direct behavioral and academic
instruction to high-risk students. The minimal provision of service is 5.5 hours for 45
days within a semester.

Specific subject area teacher: Is a certified teaching professional providing direct
instruction in a specified academic area to improve achievement and behavior. The
minimal provision of service is 5.5 hours for 45 days in a semester.




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