Coordinator of Student Support and Crisis
Job | Posted 2 months ago
State Education Agency
Position Summary: Student and family support services provides data driven, multi-tiered prevention and intervention services for students, schools, and families to address the social, emotional, behavioral, health, and safety needs of all students. The coordinator of student support and crisis will provide leadership necessary to ensure comprehensive student support services in schools that includes tiered intervention and prevention supports, positive behavior interventions and systems, counseling supports, and capacity building for student supports. The position collaborates closely with administration, teachers, parents, special education, community partners, and state agencies.
Job Description: Coordinator of Student Support and Crisis
About Team Tulsa: At Tulsa Public Schools, our mission is to inspire and prepare every student to love learning, achieve ambitious goals, and make positive contributions to our world. We are the destination for extraordinary educators and staff who work with our community and families to ignite the joy of learning and prepare every student for the greatest success in college, careers, and life. Our core values of equity, character, excellence, team, and joy guide how we work and interact with each other and our community.
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Tulsa Public Schools
3027 S. New Haven , Tulsa, OK 74114
Compare with State
Amount per Student
State Average: $8,775
% ELL Students
State Average: 7%
Student Teacher Ratio
State Average: 16.32
% IEP Students
State Average: 16%
State Average: 142