Tier 2 Student Supports are comprised of additional support resources for groups of students based on their academic and social-emotional needs. These resources contain programs designed to meet more specific needs of students through research-based practice.
The AVID Elective is the core of AVID Secondary. It targets students in the academic middle with the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. Often, AVID Elective students will be the first in their families to attend college, and come from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education.
The goals of our Prevention Program are to reduce violence and the use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco through education and prevention activities. Suicide prevention is also a priority.
LEAD is an educational alcohol and drug program for students and parents of Mesa Public Schools. LEAD was designed as an alternative to suspension for those students who have been suspended from school for involvement with alcohol or drugs on campus.
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We have a full time Prevention Counselor who can help you find the resources you need for the prevention of violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and suicide? Contact our Prevention Counselor, Dino Recla, for more information.
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