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  • John J. Lody, Director

    The Office of Diagnostic and Prevention Services is responsible for the leadership, management and provision of services and supports to schools and students in the areas of school psychology services; educational diagnostic services; mental health programs that include suicide prevention, threat assessment, and crisis intervention; eligibility for special education; Section 504 identification, evaluation, and placement; early childhood identification services at the Preschool Child Find Center; and Multi-Tiered System of Supports that includes Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports, Response to Intervention, and Social-Emotional Learning.

Last Modified on October 14, 2021