The Behavior Intervention Specialist (BIS) Program was established by Ann Arbor Public Schools in 2013 to improve students' overall academic success. The BIS team uses a holistic approach to child development, which includes positive behavior support, management and restorative practices. In addition to a wide range of academic support services, students are provided opportunities to engage in their communities, explore career options, and work in teams to solve problems effectively.
This program has eleven (11) behavior intervention specialists for the 2017-2018 school year. The Behavior Intervention Specialists provide interventions and strategies to students to give them the skills and tools to increase positive appropriate behavior.ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:Edward Broom, Angell, Allen, King, Logan, ThurstonEmail: email@example.comBrian Buchanan, Bach, Burns, Dicken, Eberwhite, LawtonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSamantha Cucu, Abbot, Wines, Haisley, LakewoodBrian Dickerson, Carpenter, Mitchell, Pattengill, Bryant, PittsfieldEmail: email@example.comMIDDLE SCHOOLS:Dante Dorsey, Slauson Middle SchoolEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgCrystal Fluker, Tappan Middle SchoolEmail: email@example.comJeffrey Nzoma, Clague Middle SchoolEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHIGH SCHOOLS:VACANT, Pioneer High SchoolEmail: email@example.comMichael Brown, Skyline High SchoolEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPamela Tooson, Huron HighEmail: email@example.com