Assess Student Risks:

Healthy Minds, Safe Schools offers two tools to quickly assess student risks.

  • Universal School Safety Screening Scales – Secondary is available for grades 6-12.
  • Universal School Safety Screening Scales – Elementary is available for grades K-5.

Results from the screeners are standardized to assist with intervention prioritization. Screeners are automatically scored and uploaded to a unique data dashboard that is customized for each client. Information from the client’s student information system can also be integrated and visualized on the data dashboard helping teams with triangulated decision making.

In alignment with MTSS, data are broken down into Tiered Intervention Bands to assist teams with immediate problem solving and intervention development. Standardized Tiered Intervention Bands help drive data triangulation chats and are a unique feature of Healthy Minds, Safe Schools.

Assess risk as it relates to equity, attendance, or several other student variables in conjunction with mental and behavioral health. Mental and behavioral health affects all student groups, yet some groups are disproportionately impacted. Our screening tool and data dashboard help teams to immediately identify and begin remediating issues related to equity.

Data Triangulation Chats:

Healthy Minds, Safe Schools provides screeners and a problem-solving rubric for data analytics. These tools help school teams to identify student risk factors and triangulate existing data in school information systems. Learn how to maximize existing resources and to capitalize on smart team efficiency. No one data source can encapsulate all that is going on with a student and multiple perspectives and data points are needed to paint a more full picture of student risk levels. Our tiered intervention bands help give your team a starting point to identify and prioritize student needs so that timely interventions can be implemented. Our data triangulation process is the key to identifying manageable issues before they become unmanageable.