Please note that due to some technical difficulties, the first few moments of this session were not recorded. We apologize for the inconvenience. Bridges, Ogden School District's Alternative Placement Program, has always committed to serving ALL students. This year, the Bridges program went through a systems renewal process integrating social-emotional learning into all dimensions of the classroom which led to a recommittment of serving students and families who are most at need. Bridges serves a specific population of students who are in need of additional resources to fully access academic and school settings. Our program intensely integrates cognitive, behavior, and social-emotional learning into all facets of the classroom and therapeutic sessions. This immersed approach allows each student to reimagine their purpose in life and how this connects to the opportunities offered through their boundary schools.
Misti Bergold has led and been involved with developing evaluation, academic, behavior, and community systems including collaborating with the city mayor, judges, and probation officers to reduce recidivism as well as the school to prison pipeline. Currently, she collaborates with therapists, probation officers, case managers, and parents to advocate, design as well as implement programs to mitigate the impact of trauma allowing students to be reintroduced and supported in general education settings.
Hannah Erickson has been involved in the integration of multiple district-wide systems along with the development and fidelity of implementation within new systems within the Ogden School District. Hannah also uses her knowledge within the field of applied behavior analysis to help interpret data and identify areas of weakness and opportunities for growth within these systems to assure high quality, meaningful, and accessible supports for all.