Improving Behavior in School
In appropriate behavior at school interferes with learning, diverts administrative time, and contributes to teacher burnout. Schools typically respond to disruptive students with external discipline, which consists of sanctions and punishment such as office referrals, suspensions, and expulsions.
Do you know your child's friends? Are they bored in class? Is your child the class clown? Has your child ever been involved in any of the following?
√ Horseplay Rule violation
√ Class cutting
√ Sexual harassment
We offer psycho educational groups that will help your child modify his/her behavior, resulting in an improvement in grades, interpersonal relationships with peers, teachers, and staff.