Student Support Systems

Student Support Systems

Eastland-Fairfield wants its students to succeed in all areas of their lives. Education goes beyond the classroom and lab, and into the workplace, our communities, and the world. The resources and information on this page are available to parents, guardians, students, and staff to support one another, but ultimately, student success.

Why does Student Support Services exist?

Research demonstrates that students who have additional support systems in school do better academically, socially, and behaviorally. We owe it to our students to provide them with the academic knowledge but also the skills and tools needed to apply that knowledge in all settings, throughout their lives, with confidence and security. When challenges or opportunities present themselves, our students deserve and need to be ready to address them.

What systems are in place at Eastland-Fairfield?

Our staff wants your student to succeed and will do everything they can to establish the supports they need to make it happen.
  • Establishing 504 plans, IEPs, and multi-tiered supports
  • Linking your student with our trained and professional social workers
  • Encourage your student to engage with our school counselors
  • Intervention specialists assigned to classes to address additional student needs
  • Bi-annual Panorama student and staff surveys to identify general strengths and weaknesses
  • Construction of SMART labs (estimated open date: August 2022)
  • Staff equity program cohorts
  • Student organizations
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