School Climate

Andrew Zicardi

Andrew Ziccardi


School Climate
Measurable and perceived conditions of a school day and building (e.g. Safety, Instructional Environment, Interpersonal Relationships, Teaching and Learning, Staff and Community Engagement) involving all stakeholders which influence and impact student learning, development, and outcomes. 

The Student Services Team Members (SSTM) for School Climate work in selected elementary buildings to positively impact the school day experience for all stakeholders.  SSTM’s work is student-focused to provide positive participation opportunities and assist with de-escalation and good decision-making practices of the students.    Their interaction and mentor based relationships with students provide positive pathways for behavior and student to student as well as student to staff interactions.  SSTM’s implement processes based on Restorative Discipline practices and work to “reset” students in need so they may return to the classroom as quickly as possible.  

Initiatives, Programs, and Resources
School Climate Staff
PAX Good Behavior Game                     
Alchemy                             I Care Mentoring   16 Common Expectations              School Climate Walk “It Starts with Hello”      District Climate Committee- Meetings begin October 2018 and occur monthly through the year

  • Trauma-Informed Practices and Strategies
  • Restorative Practices
  • Cultural Sensitivity Training
  • Positive Behavioral Intervention Support Programming, coordination and training

School Climate Resources

PAX Good Behavior Game
Restorative Practices
National School Climate Center
School Climate Walk
Summit County Trauma Informed Care Coalition STICC


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