Spring ISD Behavior Specialists believe all students can attain academic success with the right supports. The purpose of the Behavior Specialist is to provide Tier 2 and Tier 3 behavioral support through a behavioral Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS). We collaborate with campus staff through Professional Learning Communities (PLC) and the Collaborative Student Support Process (CSSPT), to plan, implement, screen, develop interventions and monitor the progress of students’ behavioral concerns. We help with the planning of school-wide implementation of behavior supports; conduct professional development on the implementation of behavior supports. Using the Response to Intervention (RtI) approach, Behavior Specialist observe students in strategic and intensive tiers for behavior concerns; and provide students the support they need to thrive in school. In addition, we partner with campus staff to implement behavior strategies; collaborate in creating Behavior Support Plans (BSPs); and monitor the progress of Behavior Support Plans through ABC charts and observations.
Behavior Specialists Team
Mental Health Coordinator
Assigned Campuses:Cooper Elementary, Heritage Elementary, Hoyland Elementary, McNabb Elementary, Meyer Elementary, Northgate Elementary, Salyers Elementary, Twin Creeks Middle School, Springwoods Village Middle School
Assigned Campuses: Eickenroht Elementary, Bammel Elementary, Majior Elementary, Bammel Middle, Claughton Middle
Assigned Campuses:, Spring HS, Spring 9th, Dakaney 9th, Dekaney HS, Early College HS, Westfield 9th, Westfield HS, Wunsche HS, Momentum
Assigned Campuses:Beneke Elementary, Lewis Elementary, Link Elementary, Ponderosa Elementary, Reynolds Elementary, Smith Elementary, Thompson Elementary, Roberson MS, Spring Leadership, Wells Middle School
Assigned Campuses: Anderson Elementary, Booker Elementary, Burchett Elementary,Hirsch Elementary, Jenkins Elementary, Marshall Elementary, Winship Elementary, Bailey Middle, Duiett Middle