What is PASS?
PASS is a process for managing the behavior of students who are behaviorally at-risk and who have not responded to campus code of conduct interventions, classroom management strategies, or small group interventions.
· PASS provides individualized behavior education services to students with serious emotional or behavioral issues.
· PASS teaches behavioral expectations primarily in mainstream settings.
· PASS employs daily and weekly behavioral analysis to guide intervention using an FBA (Functional Behavioral Assessment) approach.
· PASS is an alternative to the levels-system approach to services for students.
PASS is a collaborative effort by all key stakeholders in a student’s school life. Parents, administrators, the PASS staff, mainstream teachers, and others partner in their efforts to effectively support positive behavior change.