School-Wide Positive Behavior Support

What is SW-PBS?

Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS) is a framework for creating safe and orderly learning environments in schools, while improving the social-emotional outcomes for students. It is a proactive approach that relies on research-based practices, including developing clear behavioral expectations, teaching these expectations, acknowledging appropriate behavior, consistently correcting inappropriate behavior, and using behavioral data to systematically solve problems. SW-PBS is build on a three-tiered model that provides additional behavioral supports to students who are not responding to the tier 1 interventions.

What are the benefits of SW-PBS?

Schools that consistently implement and use SW-PBS have:

  • Improved school climate
  • Improved student achievement
  • Reduced in-suspension and referral rates

2018-2019 SW-PBS Training

  Meeting 1
  Meeting 2
  Meeting 3
October 29 SET Training - Elementary
  SET Training - Secondary 
  Meeting 4
  Meeting 5
  Meeting 6
October 12 Meeting 1
December 12 Meeting 2
February 13 Meeting 3
March 14 Meeting 4
June 7 Meeting 1
June 8 Meeting 2
September 27 Meeting 3 - Elementary 
October 2 Meeting 3 - Secondary
November 1 Meeting 4 - Elementary 
November 12 Meeting 4 - Secondary
January 16 Meeting 5 - Elementary 
January 17 Meeting 5 - Secondary
March 1 Meeting 6 - Elementary 
March 12 Meeting 6 - Secondary
September 16 Session 1
October 3 Session 2
January 14 Session 3
February 28 Session 4
October 1 Session 1
November 22 Session 2
January 21 Session 3
March 19 Session 4

Web Resources

Missouri School-wide Positive Behavior Support
National Technical Assistance Center on School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
DESE (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education)
Association for Positive Behavior Support
Florida's Positive Behavior Support Program
Arizona Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Maryland Positive Behavior Inventions and Supports
Illinois Positive Behavior Support Program
Teaching Tools: Easing Transitions for Young Children with Challenging Behavior

Contact

Phone: 573-651-5161
Fax: 573-651-2380

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920 Broadway St.
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701
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