BEST (Behavior Expectation Support Team) is a campus behavior management program which is designed to assist students with emotional and behavioral problems to take responsibility for their own behaviors. The program is designed to address the student's problematic behavior, get the student in compliance with acceptable behavior, process the appropriate alternatives and return the student to the classroom to implement a plan of action to practice appropriate classroom behavior.

The objectives of the BEST program are to encourage the collaboration between regular education and special education for students identified with emotional and behavioral difficulties, provide a supportive environment and crisis intervention, provide support to the assigned teachers with instructional modifications and behavioral interventions, and assist parents in becoming active participants in their child's education.