The Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS) is a universal screening tool used three times a year to identify students who are at risk for challenging behaviors. Educators use the data to design supports needed for students to be academically successful in school. This screening tool consists of eleven (secondary) to twelve (elementary) items that teachers use to rate their classroom of students based on the teacher’s current knowledge with clear evidence of each individual student’s behavior.
Cost: Free to current MIBLSI Partnering ISDs/Districts, $20.00 for Non-Partnering ISDs/Districts (see MIBLSI Partner List if you are unsure)
This event is being offered in two locations:
Crowne Plaza Lansing West
925 S. Creyts Road
Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD
315 Armory Pl.
Sault St. Marie, MI
The Lansing location will be the primary, face-to-face training. The EUP ISD location will be a remote live stream location.