The SEEM Assessment and Intervention Center is an interim alternative educational setting that students attend daily for up to nine school weeks/45 days. The Center’s goal is to provide a stable environment for students while allowing educators and clinicians to determine the best long-term educational placements for these students.
During their time at the SEEM Assessment and Intervention Center, students learn in a highly structured, therapeutic educational setting. Students are placed in one of three classrooms (elementary, middle, high school) based on age and on social/emotional assessments.
- Rich and engaging academic experiences that are driven by the Common Core Curriculum Frameworks. Sending district personnel have the option to forward curriculum to our teachers so that students can continue to focus upon the sending district’s curriculum.
- School-based individual counseling and groups that target social and behavioral skills, cooperative play, and leadership.
- Person-centered planning in which each student creates a project to present to the TEAM at their final meetings.
- Social-emotional, behavioral, academic psycho-educational, and neuropsychological evaluations.
- Augmentative and alternative communication systems, and assistive technology, to support student access to learning.
- Accepts students during the regular 180-day school year.
- Clinical/Mental Health
- Occupational and Physical Therapy
- Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support (PBiS)
- Speech and Language Therapy
Appropriate referrals are pre-K through grade 12 students who:
- Exhibit behavior that impedes their learning or that of others
- Are in need of a 45-day placement
- Are in need of an extended evaluation