Intervention Services

Updated on Mon, 04/24/2017 - 2:04pm

Intervention Services exists to support schools and individual students by providing a continuum of prevention and intervention resources for students who may be at risk of being suspended, expelled, or otherwise failing to complete school successfully. Our office consists of directors, case managers, liaisons, counselors, and support staff collectively committed to professional practices that promote student learning. 

Whether the issue is behavior, attendance or a combination of the two, Intervention Services is a resource for schools to respond to student’s individual needs.  Case managers work directly with schools and students by providing district level interventions and supports to students at-risk of expulsion and those experiencing chronic absenteeism.

Services We Provide

  • Provides consultation to schools regarding best practices in the areas of attendance and behavior.

  • Facilitates attendance court proceedings with the 17th Judicial District Court.

  • Facilitates and manages expulsion processes in Adams 12 Five Star Schools.

  • Collaborates and works in conjunction with the offices of Federal Programs and Whole Child Initiatives to provide wrap around services for the most impacted students in the Adams 12 Five Star Schools.

  • Partners with several county agencies (i.e. The Community Reach Center, The Link Juvenile Justice Center, Adams County Health and Human Services, and the Adams County Youth Initiatives) to provide a continuum of services students for students “At Risk” of dropping out because of their involvement in the juvenile justice system.

Recent News

District applies for 21st Century learning center grant

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 9:30am

Competitive grant to expand The PEAK Learning Center afterschool program

Through March 22, 2018 the Adams 12 Five Star Schools Office of Extended Learning will coordinate preparation of a competitive grant application to expand The PEAK Learning Center afterschool program currently operating at the following elementary schools: Federal Heights, McElwain, and Rocky Mountain. These funds are made available under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) formerly known as ...