Creating Student Success

Solving the Discipline Puzzle


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Join the hundreds of schools across the country who have solved the discipline puzzle.

Schools differ in their ability to create academic success,
but the differences appear to be more related to school and classroom climate factors rather than methods of teaching. Successful schools pay more than average attention to the quality of interactions among those inhabiting the school and the social context in which those interactions occur.


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Who We Are

Creating Student Success exists because all students matter. We provide answers for schools to meet the social and behavioral needs of students. As we provide solutions to today’s discipline concerns, we strengthen not only our students but also our teachers, schools, and families.

Our mission is to shift the focus of our schools from solely academic outcomes to include social success by providing teachers and administrators with practical strategies that impact relationships, school climate and culture, and create social, emotional and behavioral success for all students. When we pay attention to what really matters in schools, the academic outcomes we pursue so painfully will be achieved more naturally.

Our desire is to do everything possible to ensure our children have the skills necessary to live full and productive lives. This involves assisting teachers and administrators to create respectful and responsible schools and classrooms where social behavior is addressed instructionally, not punitively.

Education should not and cannot be for the select few who come to school from home environments that helped them become not only academically inclined but also socially acceptable to peers and adults.

Let Us Help You...

  1. Assess your climate and discipline, and create a personal plan for improvement.

  2. Develop a positive and proactive school-wide discipline plan.

  3. Use classroom procedures to increase academic learning time.

  4. Teach simple social skills that lead to school and life-long success.

  5. Use practical strategies for behavior management–teaching, encouraging, correcting student behavior, and using consequences effectively.

  6. Make office referrals prime learning opportunities that change behavior while keeping students in school.

  7. Use proven interventions for students at-risk or identified as EBD.

Improve your:

  1. School Climate

  2. Relationships

  3. Trust

  4. Social Competence

  5. Collaborative Culture