The Planning Room is a place for behavior intervention. It is a quiet space to help students make better choices concerning their behavior at school. It serves to reinforce the expectations of the classroom. When a student’s behavior is in conflict with the educational process in the classroom or elsewhere in the building, a teacher may decide to send the student to the Planning Room. It’s a place to reflect on behavior and make a plan to be safe and successful at Academy School.
Shellie Doubleday is the Planning Room Supervisor and has worked for Academy School for the last 12 years. She is in the process of receiving her Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential from BACB. She works with Kindergarten-Sixth grade at Academy School.