Clovis Support and
Intervention (CSI) is a peer support group that students may be invited to
participate in. These voluntary groups are designed to increase students'
confidence, decision-making skills, listening and communication skills, and
problem solving strategies. By building these personal skills and
providing support, students will be better equipped to effectively cope with
peer pressures, school related stress, and other issues of concern.
groups meet weekly and are scheduled for a 30-45 minute period for 8
sessions. Groups are considered a school activity, so participating
students will not be counted as absent. Student are expected to be
responsible and to make up any missed assignments through arrangement with
Groups are lead by
specially trained facilitators who are CSI/SAP Certified. This
training model is used by schools across the nation as part of the National
Student Assistance Program.