M-A Student and Parent Support Services connects students to appropriate school and community services by collaborating broadly with students, family members, teachers, guidance counselors, community organizations, and the school administration.
Meet individually with students and parents
Facilitate multi-disciplinary teams working to support students with academic, health and/or social-emotional challenges.
Supervise the staff and on campus programs of community based programs.
Represent M-A in various community meetings to improve school-community relations.
Coordinate programs such as the Alternative to Suspension (ATS) program aimed at reducing recidivism and the 180 Degree Program/Life Communication classes targeting high potential students who currently have low credits and behavior issues.