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1 Safe Schools, Fair Schools Summit November 12, 2010

2 Defining PBIS

3 What is Positive Behavior Intervention & Support? Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS) refers to the application of positive behavioral interventions and systems to achieve socially important behavior change. (OSEP, 1999)

4 - Focused on the student’s problem behavior - Goal was to stop undesirable behavior, through the use of punishment - Replaces undesired behavior with a new behavior or skill - PBIS alters environments, teaches appropriate skills, and rewards appropriate behavior Traditional Discipline Positive Behavior Intervention & Support

5 PBIS Process  Administrative Leadership  Team-Based Implementation  Define Behavioral Expectations  Teach Behavioral Expectations  Acknowledge & Reward Student & Adult Performance  Monitor and Correct Behavioral Errors  Use Data for Decision Making  Build Parent Collaboration

6 School Improvement Targeted Group Interventions Small group instruction Focused academic help sessions Intensive, Individual Interventions Tutoring Academic Remediation Plans Specially Designed Instruction Intensive, Individual Interventions Functional Behavior Assessment & Behavior Intervention Planning Targeted Group Interventions Social Skills instruction Reinforcement of specific skills Group Behavioral Strategies Classroom Coaching Universal Interventions School-wide rules and procedures Systematic reinforcement Social Skills Instruction Culturally responsive practices Data-based decision- making Parent & Community Partnerships Universal Interventions Effective instructional practices Recognition of academic achievement Culturally responsive practices Data-based decision- making Parent & Community Partnerships AcademicBehavior

7 Expected Outcomes  More instructional time  Reduced rates of referral/suspension  Improved attendance from staff and students  Increased student proficiency  Increased parent participation and partnerships  Improved community involvement and support  Lower staff attrition rates

8 Implementing PBIS

9 Watauga High School Boone, North Carolina

10 Administrative Support Strong Team Priority for School Leadership

11 Universal PBIS Expectations

12 Student Involvement

13 Secondary Prevention & Intervention

14 Individual PBIS Implementation Assessment, Support, and Counseling (ASC) Center High School, ASU, New River, and other stakeholders Services Available – Crisis Intervention – Teacher Consultation – Education – Assessment – Brief Therapy – Referral – Parent Support/Assistance

15 Celebrating Students & Staff

16 Office Referrals

17 Improving Attendance; Reducing EC Identification

18 Increasing Performance

19 Evaluating PBIS

20 Schools Implementing PBIS in NC

21 ODRS/100/Day by Grade Level 2008-09

22 Suspensions/100 Students by Year

23 2008-09 (6 th grade) 2009-10 (7 th grade) Referrals115 Individual Student Data Behavioral Success

24 2008-09 (6 th grade) 2009-10 (7 th grade) Referrals60 Referrals Per Year

25 NC PBIS Schools: ODR and AYP 2008-09

26 Suspension Rate and EOC/EOG Reading 2008-09


28 Supporting PBIS

29 Parent & Community Involvement  Ask about behavior instruction at your community school  Talk to teachers, administrators, school board members, legislators  Volunteer  Sponsor a celebration  Link a school to potential sponsors/community partners  Participate in community collaborative

30 For more information… Heather Reynolds PBIS Consultant, DPI 919.807.4059

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