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Is Your Student Struggling with Academics, Behavior, Peer Relationships, or Emotions?
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Hemmerling's Tier II/III PBIS team is here to help.

 
The goal of the Tier II/III team is to use a team approach to identify and service students needing additional supports in academics, behavior, social/emotionally, and/or attendance in order to succeed at school. We hope to catch student needs early, brainstorm ways to assist the student in their least restrictive environment, actively monitor your students progress with new interventions in place, and actively collaborate with you and your student to measure success.
 
The Tier II/III Team is made up of Hemmerling's principal, school counselor, select general education and resource teachers, a school psychologist, a mental health therapist, and other district personnel.
 
Students may be referred to the Tier II/III team via teacher, parent, student, or other school personnel request. Other data sources such as chronic tardiness or absences, test scores, student grades, low-level referrals, office discipline referrals, in school or off campus suspensions may also lead to a Tier II/III team referral.
 
*Please note: If your student has a current Student Study Team (SST) or an Individualized Education Program (IEP), speak with your child’s teacher or case carrier for a follow-up meeting.

If you would like to refer your student for Tier II/III team review, please fill out the confidential form below. Its contents will be held in strict confidence with the Tier II/III team members. Requests will be followed up by a Tier II/III team member within 1 - 3 business days.

Thank you for collaborating with us to meet your student's needs. Feel free to email Miss J at kjardine@banning.k12.ca.us with any questions or concerns.Thank you!
 
 
Miss J
School Counselor, Tier II/III Team Coordinator

We Care Campaign
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Hemmerling cares about its students, parents, and guardians. We have developed a parent survey for you to share your thoughts, experiences, and/or suggestions as to how we can best support you during distance learning. Please take a moment to share your thoughts with us -- we care about you and your family's wellbeing!

Click here to take our Parent Survey.
 
We Care Parent Survey
 
As part of its ongoing effort to meet parent needs, Hemmerling will be holding regular Q and A sessions with the Principal. Be sure to attend our upcoming Q and A on Friday, April 16 at 2pm.
 
 
Q and A with the Principal April 16          Q and A Con La Directora Abril 16

District & Community Resources
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Recordings of the BUSD Wellness Team's Mental Health & Wellness Series may be accessed here.
Topics included:
  • Intro to Wellness
  • Mindfulness
  • Grief
  • Depression & Anxiety
Please see the Banning USD Mental Health Team's website for a comprehensive list of resources.
 
April 7, 2021 Suicide Prevention Webinar for Parents
Click here to register for the California Department of Education's free webinar: Suicide Prevention 101 for Parents on April 7 at 5pm. It will also be streamed on facebook live here.
 
View local mental health resources here.
 
View a comprehensive list of San Bernardino County resources here.