The SRBI (Scientifically Research-Based Intervention) process is designed to assist students who are struggling with issues of attendance, behavior or academics. The team works closely with parents, teachers, and the students to identify and address behaviors of concern which impede learning. SRBI works best when school problems are identified in the early stages and when parents are involved.

Members of the team include the principal and assistant principals, school counselors, teachers, social worker, psychologist and nurse. Parents, teachers and students can refer students to the team by filling in the referral form located in the guidance department.