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Administrative Intervention
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Reduce severe discipline problems by looking at the whole-child, the whole-school and the whole-community.

Learn how to implement a clear, consistent referral process and, most importantly, support the individual needs of all students.

Administrative Intervention training supports both Well-Managed Schools and Specialized Classroom Management programs. This program is a supporting piece of the LIFT with Boys Town initiative. By supporting children and families with high-quality, preventative programs and strategic community partnerships, LIFT will strengthen entire communities.

This training is ideal for administrators, school leaders and behavior specialists in search of a consistent, constructive and clear referral process that fits within their school-wide discipline matrix. The referral process includes strategies to de-escalate emotionally intense situations, problem solve and teach replacement behaviors to reduce the frequency, intensity and duration of referrals and keep students in the classroom.

Training Benefits
    Develop a consistent process for students, school staff, and parents

    React positively to disruptive situations

    Teach problem-solving and other essential social skills

    Make data-based discipline decisions that focus on a multi-tiered system of support

    Implement restorative practices that help students successfully return to class

Choose Your Training Method

    Two-Day In Person Training
    A highly-interactive workshop where experienced instructors will equip you with practical strategies to address the behavioral, academic, and social/emotional learning needs of your students.
    Two-day Virtual Live Training
    In this live, interactive virtual experience, you will learn and practice practical strategies to address the behavioral, academic, and social/emotional learning needs of your students.

Choose Your Training Method

Two-Day In Person Training
A highly-interactive workshop where experienced instructors will equip you with practical strategies to address the behavioral, academic, and social/emotional learning needs of your students.
Two-day Virtual Live Training
In this live, interactive virtual experience, you will learn and practice practical strategies to address the behavioral, academic, and social/emotional learning needs of your students.
Teaching social skills to students is the foundation for achievement and success. It is as necessary as academics.
Matt Williams, Assistant Principal, Phoenix AZ, Boys Town Partner since 2011
The Well-Managed Schools training was helpful, interactive and engaging!
Teacher, Goff Jr. High School, Pawtucket RI
The WMS philosophy is great! It will definitely help reduce unwanted/inappropriate behaviors that students are exhibiting at a high rate since they returned from the pandemic/virtual learning.
Educator, Ysleta Independent School District, El Paso, TX

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