School-based health interventions are generally provided using a three-tiered or pyramid approach. The majority of services are provided to the general school population (the base of the pyramid), select students with identified needs or who are at risk of academic or behavioral challenges are provided targeted services (the middle level of the pyramid) and the small number students with the highest level needs are provided more intensive services (the top point of the pyramid).
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