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The MYSTERY!. SCHOOL BUILDING LEVEL COMMITTEE!. Detectives (members). Person expressing the concern Chair of SBLC SBLC standing members Pupil appraisal representative Parents Teachers of child. What is the role of SBLC? . Problem solving group Problem solving group

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the mystery

The MYSTERY!

SCHOOL BUILDING LEVEL COMMITTEE!

detectives members
Detectives (members)
  • Person expressing the concern
  • Chair of SBLC
  • SBLC standing members
  • Pupil appraisal representative
  • Parents
  • Teachers of child
what is the role of sblc
What is the role of SBLC?
  • Problem solving group
  • Problem solving group
  • Problem solving group
sblc action
SBLC Action
  • Parent brings in a Dr’s prescription
  • Parent requests a full evaluation
    • RTI is with us now
    • Procedure if parent request is denied
  • Suspects the student of being exceptional
    • Low incident case
academic issues
Academic Issues
  • Comprehensive questioning????
  • All areas should be touched through questions regardless of the referral issues. What do I mean!
  • Talk about what the student can do.
  • Why the referral?
  • How is this student doing in the class compared to other students?
academic issues cont
Academic Issues cont.
  • School history – attendance
  • Test history – LEAP, iLEAP
  • Family background
  • Medical history
  • What is the meta-cognitive style of this student?
behavior issues
Behavior Issues
  • Behavior issues - PBIS
    • Patterns
    • Outside influences
    • Discipline files
interventions rti conducted at the school level
Interventions /RTI conducted at the school level
  • What was done?
  • Did it address the concerns?
  • Are there pre and post tests (measurements)? (Often not reports)
  • If not available, then an intervention needs to be developed to address the issue.
who should not be referred to sblc
Who Should NOT be referred to SBLC?
  • A student already exceptional (such as)
    • Speech or Language Impairment students
    • A student with additional concerns
      • REASON – because?
        • Has an IEP Team
who should be referred for support services
Who Should be referred for Support Services?
  • Students who are NOT suspected of being exceptional.
who should be referred to the 504 committee
Who Should be Referred to the 504 Committee?
  • Students NOT suspected of being exceptional.
  • Students who have been evaluated by Pupil Appraisal and found to be non-exceptional.
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