2017-2018 SCIP TEAM
Jeanne Krenk, Team Leader
Rick Ernst, Administrative Advisor
Amber Cownie, 6th Grade Counselor
Abi Beatty, 7th Grade Counselor
Amy Hudson, 8th Grade Counselor
Ursula Vernon-Hansen, Scott Family Interventions
Kathy Fergen, School Psychologist
What is the purpose of SCIP?
- To identify students exhibiting high risk behaviors which interfere with their ability to learn.
- To provide alternative approaches in helping students deal with these problems.
- To provide a support system for students and parents to address problem areas both within and outside the school setting
How does SCIP assist students?
The program has four components, each of which assists students.
- Identification of students who exhibit problematic behavior.
- Intervention with the student, parents, and a school representative from the SCIP team to describe problem behavior and to seek solutions and explore options which will increase the student’s chance of being successful in school.
- Referral to a community agency tailored to youth and families.
- Student Support to assist students in the school environment. The goal of individual and group support is to aid the recovery process of the student
How are students referred to SCIP?
Students are referred to SCIP by teachers, students, administrators, friends, parents or by self. Once a referral is made, teachers are asked to observe the student’s behavior in class and forward information to the SCIP team. The team reviews the information and decides what action should be taken.
Informational Articles/Lincoln Public School Link
SCIP is partnering with Lincoln Public Schools, Bryan Independence Center and the Lancaster Prevention Coalition to put on a series of valuable presentations about how to support the well-being of youth in our community.
September 26, 2017 – Promoting Student Mental Health
LUX Middle School