Hubbard Exempted Village School District









Collaborative Effort

  • Hubbard Exempted Village School District
  • Youth Intensive Services


The Eagle S.O.A.R. Program is supervised and monitored by LPPC-S.

Additionally, the staff of the program includes the following:

  • Program Director
  • Behavioral Intervention Specialists within the Hubbard Exempted Village Schools

The 12 Principles of Re-Education

This building wide behavioral health support is based on Nicholas Hobbs’ Re-Education philosophy and the 12 Principle of Re-Education.

This is a unique opportunity for children to participate in a positive behavior support model.

The use of these principles has been proven to encourage positive change.

  1. Life is to be lived now.
  2. Trust between child and adult is essential.
  3. Competence makes a difference.
  4. Time is an ally.
  5. Self-control can be taught.
  6. The cognitive competence of children and adolescents can be considerably enhanced.
  7. Feelings should be nurtured and shared.
  8. The group is very important to young people.
  9. Ceremony and ritual give order, stability, and confidence.
  10. The body is the armature of the self.
  11. Communities are important for children and students.
  12. In growing up, a child should know some joy in each day.

Program Eligibility

  • Students in Kindergarten through 12th grade within the Hubbard Exempted Village School District
  • Must have a mental health diagnosis
  • The student is not able to be maintained in their educational setting without on site mental health support
  • Students with a mental health diagnosis are eligible for Medicaid
  • At least one parent/caretaker with whom the student resides consents to treatment


  • Promote behavioral change in the classroom
  • Increase academic performance
  • Enhance self-esteem
  • Foster and cultivate relationships
  • Build upon strengths
  • Reduce disciplinary problems
  • Integrate the family into the educational process
  • Improve coping strategies
  • Promote positive school experiences

Youth Intensive Services (YIS) has been providing quality behavioral health services since 2009 in Trumbull and Mahoning Counties. The practice consists of Licensed Clinical Master’s level therapists and mental health workers.

YIS services Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties.

YIS has multiple contracts and grants with educational institutions, industry, social service agencies, Medicaid, rehabilitation bureaus, youth detention centers, and state agencies.

Services include Hi-Fidelity Wraparound, Community Based Respite, Home Choice, Rehabilitative Services, Mental Health Services, AoD Services, Vocational, and Residential Services (AoD & MH).

Services & Groups


All of the students participating in the program will meet in the Eagle S.O.A.R. room every morning and afternoon to touch base and discuss their plans for the day.

Social Skills Group

A social skills group will be conducted one time per week during the afternoon session. The topics will vary according to the group’s needs and level of functioning.

Token Economy

Students earn points for their positive behaviors and they can use the points to exchange for a fun reward. Buying will occur one time per week.

Family Night

Family Night is held one time per month to engage the students and their family in understanding and supporting their child’s success within the Eagle S.O.A.R. Program. Each Family Night will be held at a convenient location and will focus on a specific Hobbs Re-Education Principle.

Recognition Ceremony

Ceremony and ritual give order, stability, and confidence to children and adolescents. This activity will occur one time per month (at Family Night) to celebrate the student’s success.

Crisis Intervention

The mental health team will be available for a crisis, as needed.

Monitoring of Behaviors

Each student participating in the Eagle S.O.A.R. Program will be monitored intermittently throughout the school day.

Hubbard School District
(330) 346-6585

Youth Intensive Services
238 S. Meridian Road
Youngstown, OH 44509
(330) 318-3436