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Support Services

Overview of the Gull Lake Middle School Support Services


Counselor:  Our counselor meets with students individually and in groups, develop and facilitate classroom lessons, consult with staff and community organizations, and communicate with students' families to support students' personal/social, academic, and career development. In addition to those tasks, we also coordinate and/or support  

Dean of Students:  Our Middle School Dean of Students functions as a support liaison between our students and staff members. This leadership role focuses primarily on "first level" (Tier 1 & 2) behavior support systems, as well as expectations, for students within the building. Our Dean works collaboratively with educators and support professionals to foster a student-centered learning environment that is engaging, safe, and inclusive for all.

Intervention Specialist:  At the Middle School Level, our Intervention Specialists collaborates with students, educators, and families to provide tailored support for students under section 504 plans. Their role involves providing personalized assistance to students either one-on-one, in small groups, or within classroom settings, focusing on fostering academic, social, and life skills development. Additionally, they extend their support throughout the school environment by offering guidance in behavior management and facilitating conflict resolution when needed.

Special Education Teacher Consultant: Our Special Education Teacher Consultant works with students, teachers and families to help support students with Individualized Education Plans (IEP) at the Middle School level.   She is also involved in the planning, coordinating, delivering, and evaluating of special education services at the Middle School.  Additionally, she provides academic and behavioral support to students as part of a multi-tiered system of support.

School Social Worker:  Our school social worker works with students with Individual Education Programs (IEP) to help them develop specific academic, behavioral, or social skills to be successful in the classroom setting.  She also works with students, teachers, and parents to provide support and coordinate services.

School Psychologist:  (Open Position)