Student Success Center (SSC)

  • About the Program

    The Student Success Center is an intensive skills intervention program that disproportionately serves historically underrepresented students in PPS who have been referred for expulsion. The Student Success Program aims to disrupt racialized exclusionary practices through building authentic relationships, skill acquisition in social emotional learning, advocacy, and role-modeling racial equity.

    SSC serves PPS students in grades 6th through 12th who have had a hearing and a hearings officer has deemed that the student is willing to participate in the program and address the behaviors that are getting in the way of student success.

    The program offers a 3-week intensive behavioral skill intervention, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, which includes:

    • Emotional Regulation
    • Conflict Regulation
    • Healthy Choices
    • Decision-making/Goal setting
    • Collaborate with school staff and the designated transition support person at the student's school
    • Develop a strength-based re-engagement plan which includes recommendations from school-based or community-based Mental Health/Drug/Alcohol Assessments
    • Facilitate a re-engagement meeting at the home school which welcomes the student back and to go over their re-engagement plan and school's expectations

Have a student needing to attend SSC?

  • How does a Student get Referred to SSC?

  • When Do Students Start SSC?

  • How do Students get to SSC?

  • Information Materials


  • Questions?
    Please call the Student Success Center for more information at 503.916.5494 or Student Success at 503.916.5460.

Location & Contacts

Rice Site (Room 2)
6433 NE Tillamook
Porland, OR 97213
PH: (503) 916-5494
FX: (503) 916-2749

Maurice Phillips
Lead Counselor
503-916-5493
Erin Means
QMHP
503-916-5492
Bryan Miller
QMHP
503-916-3738