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Social Emotional Behavior Supports

Our Vision 

Working tirelessly to help all students feel welcome in our schools to ensure success in the learning environment, success in relationships with self and others, and success throughout their lives.


Prevention Services provides universal, targeted, and intensive support to students and their families through the following efforts: 
 
  • Mental Health Promotion
  • Bully Prevention and Intervention
  • Pathways - Messy In Between and Why Try for students using drugs and alcohol 
  • Mental Health Therapy
  • MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support)
  • Coordination of services with community partnerships
  • Behavior Systems Support coaching and PD for staff and school teams
  • Behavior Supports
    • Positive Behavior Intervention Systems
    • Trauma-Informed

Contact Social Emotional Behavioral Staff

Address: 2768 Compass Drive, Suite 202, Grand Junction, CO, 81506
Phone: 970-986-6011

Director of Social Emotional Behavioral Support Department

Amy Frazier
Phone: 970-254-5489 (Ext. 14115)

Administrative Specialist for Social Emotional Behavioral Support & Attendance Departments

Cheryl Britton
Phone: 970-986-6011 (Ext. 14147)

♦  What is Social-Emotional Learning?

Social-Emotional Learning is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions.

 Why is Social-Emotional Learning Important for our Students?

In addition to developing a set of academic competencies, to be successful in school and life, students must also develop a set of social-emotional competencies.  Social Emotional Learning allows students to learn and practice skills that set them up for academic success, fulfilling careers, healthy relationships, and responsible civic engagement.