School Resources Behavior Improvement Programs at Elem Level

Behavior Improvement Programs at Elem Level


Camden/Rockport Middle School, Camden

We have developed an MTSS - Behavioral Team at SRS similar to our MTSS - Academic Team. Call for more information.


Mabel Wilson School, Cumberland

We have a behavior RTI teacher and a behavior RTI ed. tech to support the work of the classroom teacher.


Sea Road School, Kennebunk

We have developed an MTSS - Behavioral Team at SRS similar to our MTSS - Academic Team. 


Young School, Saco

We have a behavior program.


Frank Brown Elementary School, South Portland

Ever since our entire staff was trained in Responsive Classroom, non SED, behaviors have decreased dramatically.


Waterboro Elementary School, Waterboro

We have a program for special education and regular education students, as well as one for special education students only.


Windham Primary School, Windham

We have a program of support, however, we don’t really have say resources to share more our program and what we do.  We use a team approach of non-classroom teachers to support behavior in the classroom.  Be glad to connect with a couple of staff from our team with the school. 

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