John Marlow, Ph.D.
Intake Counselor, Street School
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All students must live in the Tulsa Public Schools District to be considered for enrollment at Street School. Prior to admission, students and their families participate in an intake and screening process. This takes several steps and interviews. Once enrolled, the student is assigned to a counselor who will follow that student throughout their experience at Street School. Prior to attending school, all students and parents/guardians participate in an orientation to discuss expectations, rules, activities, and the unique qualities of Street School. Pre-testing is conducted during the orientation to determine each student’s strengths and needs. An individualized education and treatment plan is developed for each student with input from instructors, the student’s counselor, and the student.
Students, their parent/guardian, and school counselor sign the Street School Agreements form so that every student receives a quality education. This agreement describes the four Guiding Principles of the program. These principles are mutual respect, personal accountability, direct communication, and community. Following these principles helps to ensure a peaceful safe atmosphere, a cohesive environment, and an enriching learning experience.
Street School also has a set of Community Guidelines. These guidelines are used in the classroom to provide students with examples to help them become active participants of the Street School community. The guidelines include mutual respect, attentive listening, trustworthiness, truthfulness, appreciation/no put downs, right to pass, and personal best.