this staff member supports classroom, Behavior Resource Specialist, and Mental Health/ Clinical staff. This includes the training and implementation of crisis management strategies, which reflect knowledge of the range of disabilities treated in the school. Additionally, this staff assists the Resource Specialists with the implementation and documentation of the behavior management system, including any functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plans, in concert with teaching staff and the members of the Mental Health team. This staff member will fulfill all Behavior Resource Specialist duties and responsibilities in the occasional and periodic absence of the Specialist.
By the end of the employee’s initial evaluation period, every individual must meet “No Child Left Behind” Legislation standards for highly qualified staff as defined as any one of the following: 1.) possession of an AA Degree, or 2.) completion of two years of college equivalence (minimum 48 credits), or 3.) a passing score on the state exam for highly qualified staff.
A minimum of one year of previous experience with disabled population is required.