CM spoke to Eva, Jy'Nir clinician at YCS Laurie Haven this afternoon. CM asks Eva how Jy’Nir is doing in the program. She reports that Jy'Nir had a rough week last week. She reports that he was verbally aggressive towards staff. She also reports that he shut down in family session when they started to discuss his behavior. Eva states that Jy'Nir had an offsite pass but due to his behavior he will have an onsite visit. Eva reports that Jy'Nir started school yesterday. She reports that he received 16 points out of 21 points. She reports that Jy'Nir had a better day in school today. She states that he received 20 points. She reports that Jy’Nir lost points for singing an inappropriate song in school. Eva also informs CM that Jy'Nir threw a toy
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UCM: CPSW met with Mr. Mauer for supervision at Brookdale and the visit went well so far. Mom and dad played with their son. Ms. Mauer changed Kaison's diaper and feed him during the meeting. Kaison seemed little tired today. Mr. Stark joined us today and he mentioned that he was in jail for two days and his case was dropped because it was wrong allegation from a friend. Ms. Mauer, Mr. Stark will be meeting their county nurse today after supervsion visit is done. Kaison is doing well and he had no fever and no coughing during the visit. The foster provider stated that since he got the shot for croup to help him breath better he has been doing well. No fever and no coughing so far according the foster provider. Also during the visit he has
Last year, at Kingsland High School’s Graduation Ceremony, Josie Hinze not only receiveed her High School Diploma, but also her Associates of Arts Degree before even attending any college or university. Fast-forward to one year later, and seven Kingsland students will be graduating high school with both their High School Diploma and AA Degree thanks to the collaboration of Riverland Community College and Kingsland High School for allowing high school students to take college-level courses in high school and receive college credit for them. Not only that, but there are several others who will be graduating Kingsland High School with transferrable college credit so their first few semesters might
Park Middle is located in Scotch Plains, New Jersey and is one of two middle schools within the town. On average there are 930 students enrolled at Park over the past three years (See Appendix A, Table A1). Additionally, Scotch Plains’ population consists of 77.4% White citizens, but is also composed of 11.1% of African Americans, 7.7% Asian, and 6.7% Hispanic citizens (see Appendix B, Table B1). The town’s population is largely representative of the school’s demographics (see Appendix C, Graph C1). When referencing the school’s performance on district benchmarks and state testing, Park Middle School has met most of their established targets. However, even with most established targets met, certain subgroups are in need of further attention
Behavior: Reyna behavior has improved from the initial date of placement. Youth became very proud when achieving her goals. Reyna completed his goals of complying with rules of the home and school on a daily basis, express her frustrations in an appropriate manner and have bi-weekly visits with bio-family. Youth learned various ways to cope and express her feelings at individual therapy and SAFY clinicians.
Jahafraka responded well to the intervention. Jahafraka continues to make progress towards his goals. Jahafraka completed the worksheet. Jahafraka stated, fighting, talking back, refusing to do something, not following the rules, using profanity and teasing. Jahafraka stated, no cell phone use, no fighting, no bulling, and no eating in the classroom, no running in the hall ways, no using profanity, no drug or weapons. Jahafraka state, suspension, expelled, parent being called, being written up and in school suspension. Jahafraka completed the worksheet. Jahafraka answered questions to update his PCP and NC Topps. Per grandma, Jahafraka’s behavior at home has improved a little since last reviewed. Per grandma, Jahafraka continues to get into
Discussion: Mr.Spooner reported that Jeffery is doing well at school, home and in the community. He reported that his neurologist discontinued Zolpidem and decrease Trileptal. Mr.Spooner informed the team that Jeffery's mother is back in his life and he deemed it helpful. Jeffrey will continue to attend Neshaminy High School in Pennsylvania and the ESY for summer. Mr.Spooner stated that the teachers have recommended that Jeffrey continues at Neshaminy High school in September as well. Mr. Spooner will make a decision by August if Jeffrey will reside in NJ or Pennsylvania.
Action: CSP and MHS discussed changes in daily schedule because of Ayden’s surgery and foster brother’s surgery. Ayden has medical appointments during the week foster brother’s plan recovery from heart surgery. Ayden has upcoming appointments to replace his feeding tube, pulmonologist and pre-op for ear surgery on 11-23-15. CSP encouraged the MHS to continue the great work getting the children to all medical and DSS appointments. There are no family visits scheduled with bio-parents. Ayden continues to respond to the school staff and his motor skills are improving.
Ms. Corbett stated that the child is a good student, she indicated that James experienced bullying last year in school. She indicated that she teaches the child to utilize adults to get help.
MSTT met with Jamiles to assess how the school is going. Jamiles expressed to MSTT things at school are going well and that she has not been assaulted by her sister. Last week, Jamiles sister stated she going to assault her due to an incident which happened during their visit with Bio dad. Jamiles stated she spoke to her CYS caseworker about switching schools because she attends school with the fear of her sister coming up behind her and hitting her. CYS caseworker reaches out to MSTT and MSTT explained to the caseworker Jamiles concerns seem valid. CYS worker explained to MSTT she will start the process of looking into changing Jamiles school because of her safety. MSTT will follow up with CYS worker with the process of changing Jamiles school.
Introduction Nyla Yaites is an African American female, four years and eleven months of age. Nyla was chosen for this case study because she seems to be a very interesting young girl. We attend the same church and she has always greeted me with a pleasant smile and hug. Nyla appears to have a sophisticated vocabulary, playful character, and seems to be well behaved for a four year old. I am very excited about observing her for this case study.
Since last review Juwan has had several incident of aggressive behavior in the home. Jawana stated that he could not control the way in which he responded to the situations, however has apologized to his mom for his behavior outbursts at home and has regretted his behavior towards his mom. Juwan stated that he react impulsively and forget to use coping skills and techniques. Juwan was able to explain during sessions, how he could have handle conflict situations in a better way. Per mom, Juwan has difficult being compliant with the house rules and following through with task when give. Per mom, Juwan wants to do whatever he wants, and do not want to be corrected or repirmanded for his behavior. Per mom, Juwan is refusing to go to school on a
Hey guys. Sooo I just want to clarify some things before you guys get here. When we go to the day club the drinks there are going to be expensive as fuck. Almost everywhere in Vegas that serves alcohol is going to be expensive but thankfully I know how to avoid us spending a crazy amount of money on alcohol (besides the day club). Now going to the day club there will be a cover fee for Britt and for you guys. I know people who work at the day clubs and they said that they might be able to give you guys a discount but the guys cover fee will obviously be a little more expensive. And I'm almost certain that we won't have to pay a cover fee for when we go to the night club. Also, the air in my truck doesn't work and it's hot as shit outside so
CM spoke to Kiara Gelin (youth) regarding a follow-up on services. Youth reported she continues to attend the Partial Hospitalization program at the Jersey City Medical Center. CM was informed that youth stopped attending the TASC program due to time conflict and youth will resume the program in September. CM and youth disused employment; youth had a job interview at Wendy’s, Fast food restaurant. CM encouraged youth to apply at local jobs in the mall, CM verbally provided youth with a list of jobs that are hiring in the community. CM inquired about the Cook, Eat and Talk program. Youth reported the family will follow-up with the program once the family phone is working. CM agreed. CM and youth discussed mentor
My organization is the extended day program of a private school in Montgomery, Alabama that I have been an employee at for 3 years and it includes K3-8th grade. This organization has two employees for kindergarten and one employee for every elementary and middle school grade. Each employee that is to be hired has to go through thorough back ground checks, interviews, training, and a trial run to assure the institute that the employee will be able to accomplish the job needed. This organization falls under the rules of the school it resides in and also us under the laws of the Department of Human Resources (DHR). The employees have a schedule that includes assisting with homework and leading organized play. They have a designated place to take each class. Employees fall under a hierarchy system of the principle of the institution, the head of the afterschool program, the assistant of the afterschool programs and then the employees that are in charge of each class. Each employee reports to the head of the afterschool program and then if they are no available then to their assistant.