West-MEC believes all students can achieve success. We offer many support services to serve our students’ diverse needs.
Academic support strategies for students
- Study Skills
- Organizational Skills
- Note Taking Skills
- Emotional support services
- Liaison between West-MEC and high school for IEP and 504 services
- Anti-bullying education
- Training and support for instructors on academic and behavioral intervention strategies
- Guidance in self-advocating for accommodations in our post-secondary partner programs
If you believe intervention services can be of service to you or someone you know, please contact the Student Services Office at 623.738.0014 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WEST-MEC INTERVENTION SYSTEM
West-MEC staff work collaboratively to implement a continuum of support services.
WEST-MEC INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
West-MEC assists students with IEP, 504, or health related needs. Also, outlined are monitoring and support services, and district systems to support all learners.
West-MEC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. West-MEC is firmly committed to a policy that encourages timely disclosure of discrimination concerns and prohibits retaliation against any person, who, in good faith, reports such concerns. The following individual has been designated to handle inquiries regarding Section 504, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act policies:
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Parent’s Rights and Safeguards Under Section 504
504 Complaint Form
MULTI-TIERED SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT (MTSS)
West-MEC’s Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) is a collaborative process to support student learning in West-MEC programs. The team approach including the student, family, and West-MEC staff provides increased access and support systems to assist students in overcoming barriers to attendance and performance.
Student Study Teams (SST)
West-MEC developed the Student Study Team model developed for targeted supports of learners in academics, attendance, and behavior.
STUDENT STUDY TIPS
Gain tips and strategies to help your student increase confidence with test taking strategies and study skills.
West-MEC values a safe and secure learning environment for all.
Culture of Safety Video
❤︎ CRISIS LINES
Teen Life Line: 602-248-8336
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988
Crisis Text Line: text TALK to 741741
⚑ DIGITAL RESOURCES
Wifi Access: Library Locations
Free & Affordable Internet: High Speed Internet.com
Low Cost Internet: Cox Communications
Affordable Computers: PCs for People
West-MEC IT Help Desk: 623-877.6989
☎︎ FULL-SERVICE FAMILY CENTERS
City of Glendale Human Services: 623.930.2854
City of Tolleson Human Services: 623.936.7111
Care 1st Avondale Center: 623.333.2700
Society of St. Vincent de Paul: 602.266.4673
COMMUNITY INFORMATION & REFERRAL
Call: 211Isolation/quarantine Support: Sara Alert SystemPoison Control – 800-222-1222