The Shoreline Early Alert (SEA) program is designed to help students who are encountering difficulty in the pursuit of their academic goals.
If you've observed factors like those listed below, and you have previously reached out to the student without seeing positive change, it's time to fill out the SEA referral form.
Examples of student difficulties that may lead you to make a referral:
- Low test scores
- Unexplained excessive absenteeism
- Tardiness with indication of transportation or family concerns
- Pacing in an online class
- Not doing assignments
- Financial matters
- External concerns
Purpose of SEA
SEA is intended to:
- Be a positive and supportive experience for students
- Support students who may be showing or have indicated possible academic "red flags"
- Direct students to appropriate resources
SEA is not intended to be:
- Punitive, disciplinary, or a means for enforcing classroom policies (e.g. cell phone use, disruptive behavior, absenteeism associated with classroom policy, etc.)
- For behaviors of concern, please see the Behavioral Intervention Team
There a series of steps that occur in order:
- Employee submits a referral
- SEA Team member assigns an appropriate employee to reach out to the student
- The employee makes three attempts to contact the student
- The employee attempts an intervention to direct the student to appropriate resources
- The employee will follow up with referrer
Throughout this process, the referrer may contact a member of the SEA Team regarding the referral.
After clicking the button below, a security box will open and you will be prompted to login using your Shoreline credentials.
Username: For example: email@example.com or jdoe or sccts/jdoe
Password: the password for your Shoreline email account