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Early Warning and Response System

Identifying barriers to students' success, earlier...

Through an innovative Early Warning and Response System (EWRS) approach, a data system called GC Source built by Greenville County Schools, identifies students early when challenges take them off track in attendance, behavior, or course performance. 

In response, OnTrack Teams facilitated by an EWRS Coordinator, and comprised of other caring faculty, staff, and in some cases, community partners; come together to determine the best course of action for each student, and wrap customized evidence-based supports around the students to help them get back on track.

School supports include School Counselors, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, and School Psychologists.  Schools also have access to local community partners and non-profit organizations, many of which are funded by the United Way of Greenville County.

These interventions are part of a holistic ecosystem of support, and are offered in alignment with existing and expanding resources.  Instead of the traditional siloed approach, the OnTrack model leverages each partner’s key strengths and resources to best serve a student’s needs. 

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Additional evidence-based interventions are available at some of the higher need elementary, middle, and high schools through private philanthropic support.  Those interventions include:

The interventions and partners funded by OnTrack Greenville are evidence-based, meaning they are program models proven to improve attendance, behavior, or course performance. 

These interventions offered in alignment with existing and expanding resources support students holistically, creating an ecosystem of support. Instead of the traditional siloed approach, the OnTrack model leverages each partner’s key strengths and resources to best serve a student’s needs.

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