School Psychology & Behavioral Services

The School Psychology & Behavioral Services department has staff assigned to serve each school with scheduled times in the component districts. The program provides initial and re-evaluations with written reports, behavior interventions/consultations and risk/threat assessments. Staff are members of school teams who make decisions about special education eligibility. Staff provide these services to children ages birth to 21.

Contact

Chris Bettineski
Director of School Psychology & Behavioral Services
541-966-3195
chris.bettineskiatimesd.k12.or.us

Lindsay Mitchell
Administrative Assistant
541-966-3207
lindsay.mitchellatimesd.k12.or.us

Personnel Data:
13.0 FTE

Funding Source:
General Fund