Live TV Broadcast - Behavior Strategies
Positive Behavior Support Model
Our Positive Behavioral Support model consists of daily morning behavior strategies that help to start our students off on a positive note. These strategies are live broadcasts by the Assistant Principals, the approach is interactive with students. Click link for more information.
Special thanks to Ms. Elaine Tatum from EWM Realty who donated twenty turkey dinners to the families of our students. Please visit her website by clicking the link below:
We want to hear from you !
Your input matters to us. Please take a few minutes to participate in our Annual Survey for parents. To access the survey, (click here) or visit the District’s website, http://www.browardschools.com/, and click on the Annual Survey icon. The survey takes place from January 5 - January 30, 2015, and is your opportunity to share your opinions and ideas about your child’s educational experience at Pine Ridge Education Center.
To access the survey, you will need your child’s student ID number and date of birth. If you do not have your child’s student ID number (which is printed on school report cards) or if you do not have internet access at home, please call Pine Ridge Education Center and we can assist you.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to participate in this important survey and for partnering with us in your child’s education.
SAC Meeting - TBA
About Pine Ridge Education Center
A student who is no longer successful in the home school environment has individual needs that require intensive and specific interventions. Traditional school programs and services cannot remedy the crisis impacting the child, his family, or school community. Crisis management and long-term success can be achieved through a concentrated multifaceted intervention program that focuses on the child first. Comprehensive program development, individualized for each child, includes academic, therapeutic, behavioral, social, and vocational components. Careful treatment plan development identifies the specific focus, structure, and sequence of interventions that a new student requires. Concerted and diligent implementation of the treatment plan by a carefully assembled team of professional educators and support staff extends a lifeline of support to the child and his family and home school community. Attention to the specific needs of a child at the point-of-need assures the personal growth necessary to become a successful student once again in the most appropriate and unrestricted environment possible
Pine Ridge has been selected as a Universal School. This is the second year we have been chosen to be part of the program.
As a Universal School every child is entitled to eat breakfast free of charge. A good breakfast will help our students have a good start at their academics.
Student Code of Conduct Handbook
The Student Code of Conduct Handbook will be distributed to parents and students electronically.
Access to the handbook for the 2014-15 school year is available on our school's website. The Acknowledgement, Media Release and FERPA Opt Out forms available on pages 11-19 will need to be printed, signed and returned to the school by Friday, August 22.
It is important to review the policy as it incorporates changes from previous versions. A list of the substantive changes can be found on page 8 in the handbook.
We're looking forward to a great 2014-2015 school year.
Click here for Handbook: English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portugese.
ESE Advisory Meetings
ESE Advisory Meetings Schedule.
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