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District PBIS   
 2016/2017

Coaches

School

Jane Weis

Ashley Carlson

Founders

Moreene Neuman - G

Lindsay Simonson - Y

Cortland

Julie Hamilton - Y

Dina Sweet - G

Lincoln

Kristal Armstrong

Tyler

Emily Weller

Tracy Pazotta

Littlejohn

Deb Smith

Jefferson

Jennifer Royer

Brooks

Andrea Svedja - Y

Amy Hager - Y

Cindi Cinnamon - G
Vicki Grant - G

Malta

Venika Goode

ELDC

Robyn Timmerman

Admin Leader

 Amy Luckner    
 MTSS Coordinator

*District Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Committee Mission Statement:

The elementary PBIS mission is to provide consistent, evidence based practices to empower our students to exhibit excellence across environments by developing respect, taking ownership, and celebrating our diversity.

And also:

PBIS- Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a systems approach to preventing and responding to school and classroom discipline problems. PBIS develops school-wide systems that support staff to teach and promote positive behavior in all students. By reducing behavioral problems, PBIS creates and maintains safe learning environments where teachers can teach and students can learn.

PBIS Addresses:

District PBIS Committee Mission Statement:The elementary PBIS mission is to provide consistent, evidence based practices to empower our students to exhibit excellence across environments by developing respect, taking ownership, and celebrating our diversity.

High rates of problem behavior that interfere with learning
Ineffective and inefficient disciplinary practices
Lack of supports for staff to address problem behavior

Lack of general and specialized behavior interventions
Negative school climates
Reliance on crisis/reactive management

Core Elements of PBIS

School-wide discipline practices and procedures
Active leadership and ongoing participation of Principal
Cultivation of staff commitment for consistent implementation
Team-based planning and problem-solving
Use of building-based discipline and academic data to make decisions
An instructional approach to behavior and classroom management
Classroom management and behaviorally-based interventions
Functional assessment-based behavior support planning
Comprehensive plans for individual students with intensive needs
Active participation of families, students and teacher
Integration with mental health and other community supports

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