Early Childhood Screening
Universal Behavior Screening Information
Universal Behavior Screening
The universal behavior screening tool, called the SRSS - IE (Student Risk Screening Scale - Internalizing and Externalizing) is a checklist completed by a classroom teacher two to three times per year. Students are not directly involved in the screening process. The screener is used by schools to determine overall behavior strengths and needs in the school. Results may also be used in conjunction with other data to identify potential supports for students, such as mentoring, social skills groups, study skills, or other instructional supports to help them engage positively in learning. You will be notified by the school if your child is provided with additional supports. Please contact your child’s school if you have any questions regarding this screening. You may opt out of including your child in this screening by completing the Student Data Verification in the Skyward Family Access Portal.
Use of Name/Likeness Policy
You may opt out of having your child’s schoolwork to be displayed at the school or on school/district websites and online pages as well as your child's name and likeness to be released to the press, to be displayed at the school and/or placed on the school/district's website and online pages in relation to school activities, and in the school yearbook. If you would like to opt out, this form is in the Student Data Verification in the Skyward Family Access portal.