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Student Support Process

The Student Support Process (SSP) is the ArtSpace process for analyzing data to identify students who are struggling and create a plan of targeted interventions. Student Support Process is the ArtSpace equivalent of the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS). The SSP team is composed of ArtSpace teachers, administrators and specialists who identify specific academic, behavioral, and social/emotional concerns, develop, and implement interventions. When examination of data indicates an area of concern, parents are notified of supports that are being put in place. If a student is not making adequate progress with interventions in place, parents will be invited to a Student Support Meeting to develop a more intensive intervention plan.

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Rob began working at ArtSpace in 2011. He earned a B.S. in Speech Communication from Millersville University of Pennsylvania and has earned his alternative licensure from Western Carolina University. Prior to his tenure at ArtSpace Rob worked with children with disabilities in a variety of capacities. Since working at ArtSpace he has been a Teaching Assistant, an EC Teacher, and now serves as the Student Support Coordinator. Rob enjoys spending time with his wife, hiking with his dog, and plays in various musical groups in the Asheville area primarily in the bluegrass and country genres.