This course is designed to help Special Education students. Mr. Kelley is the Behavioral Management Classroom (BMC) teacher. Mr. Kelley assists students in all four content areas; Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts/Reading as well as electives. Mr. Kelley is available to the parents and students anytime they need help. He can be reached by phone at 210-444-8040, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Behavioral Management Classroom
The Behavior Management Classroom (BMC) Program of the Edgewood Independent School District has as its primary focus the worth and dignity of each individual child. The purpose of the program is for the emotionally disturbed child to establish relationships in society and to become a contributing member of society. The persons involved with the development of that child must provide realistic opportunities and experiences to model for and foster mainstream attitudes and skills for the student. The BMC program is recognized for its ability to enable learners with special behavioral and emotional needs to become independent and effective students and citizens. The BMC program provides education for emotionally disturbed students in the least restrictive environment (LRE). This BMC program embraces the Edgewood Independent School District’s belief that every child has the ability to learn and receive a world class education.
Students are expected to attend classes on a regular basis.
Students are to work on class assignments while in the BMC.
Students are expected to respect other students and property.
Students are to report to class unless assigned to the BMC.
The teacher may call the BD Unit if the student needs access to the BMC.
The students are to be escorted to and from the BMC.
The students are to sign in and out of the BMC.
If a student walks out of class, the BMC is to be notified immediately.