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School Based Assessment Program

The Delaware County School-Based Assessment Program is a comprehensive initiative designed to support the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of students within the county’s school districts. Grounded in the belief that every student deserves access to a nurturing and inclusive learning environment, the program integrates assessment, intervention, and support services to address a wide range of student needs.


Mission and Objectives: The mission of the Delaware County School-Based Assessment Program is to promote student success by identifying and addressing barriers to learning and well-being. Its core objectives include:


    1. Early Intervention: Identify students who may be experiencing academic, social, emotional, or behavioral difficulties as early as possible to prevent academic failure and disengagement.
    2. Collaboration: Foster collaboration among school personnel, parents, students, and community partners to coordinate services, share information, and maximize resources.
    3. Prevention and Education: Provide prevention programs, educational workshops, and resources to promote positive mental health, social-emotional skills, and resilience among students, staff, and families.

Key Components of the School-Based Assessment Program: The School-Based Assessment Program encompasses several key components to support student success:


    1. Counseling and Mental Health Services: Provide linkage to individual counseling, group therapy, and mental health support services to address a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and behavioral challenges.
    2. Parent and Family Engagement: Engage parents and families as partners in the assessment and intervention process, providing education, resources, and support to promote positive parent-child relationships and home-school collaboration.

Collaborative Partnerships: The success of the School-Based Assessment Program relies on strong collaboration and partnerships among various stakeholders, including:


    • School administrators, teachers, counselors, and support staff
    • Parents, guardians, and families
    • Mental health professionals (psychologists, social workers, counselors)
    • Medical providers and community health organizations
    • Community agencies and organizations providing social services, enrichment programs, and extracurricular activities
    • Local government agencies and policymakers

The Delaware County School-Based Assessment Program exemplifies a comprehensive and collaborative approach to supporting the holistic well-being of students. By identifying and addressing barriers to learning and success, the program empowers students to reach their full potential academically, socially, and emotionally, creating a positive and inclusive school environment for all.


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