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 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports



 Welcome

 

Placer County Office of Education is dedicated to supporting the academic and behavioral success of all students. Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) is a critical framework supporting schools in creating a climate where all students can achieve and learn. PBIS is one of the foremost advancements in the school-wide system of supports for schools promoting proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting students and positive school climate. PBIS is a tiered approach to systematic behavioral interventions and positive acknowledgment of students enhancing the capacity of schools, families, and communities.​ 

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 Information

 ​PBIS Framework

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support uses a multi-tiered systems framework to provide a continuum of positive behavior interventions for all students within a school. The intervention continuum includes Tier I, which is Primary Prevention for all students; Tier II provides additional targeted group interventions and supports for students needing more supports than Tier I provides; Tier III provides specialized and individualized supports and interventions for youth needing more intensive interventions.​​

 Connect with PBIS

The California PBIS Coalition  (CPC) is a collaborative organization using evidence-based, culturally relevant practices to build the capacity for all stakeholders in the implementation of PBIS as a multi-tiered system following the National PBIS Blueprints for professional development, implementation, and evaluation.  www.pbi​sca.org

Follow us on Twitter: @PCOE_PBIS

 Resources

Below you will find many important resources to assist you in learning more about our services. If you find any broken links, or you feel like a certain resource should be included here, please let us know.​

PBIS Trainings Available:

  • Team Implementation Trainings: PBIS Tier I, II and III (School-Based Wraparound and Prevent Teach reinforce) 

  • PBIS Booster Trainings: Tier I, II, III:  Full day trainings for teams to solidify Tier I, II or III PBIS implementation.

  • Bully Prevention & PBIS

  • PBIS Coaches’ Institutes: Three trainings are provided each year for PBIS Coaches at no cost to Districts involved in PBIS Implementation training with Placer County Office of Education.  Other Coaches/Team leads are welcome to attend for a fee.

 Documents

​Take a look at the following documents to learn more information about PBIS:

Journal Article on PCOE Pathways using PBIS to address discipline disproportionality: ​

Coming Soon

 Professional Development

 Tier I - III

Tier I training consists of four days of team training focused on the core PBIS features: Prevention, Establishing and Teaching Expectations, Data Based Decision Making, Acknowledgment Systems & Consequence Systems. School teams will build the foundation for PBIS for all students and staff and develop sustainable data systems. A representative team from the school site attends the training, and then leads Tier I implementation. Click here for a list of who typically makes up the Tier I team and attends the training.

2020/2021 Tier I Training Dates:

​Day 1
12/02/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 2
​01/13/2021
​@ PCOE Seavey Center
​SWIS
​01/20/2021
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 3
02/17/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 4
03/17/2021​
@ PCOE Nobili Room


Tier II training consists of four days of team training and will guide teams in addressing the needs of students requiring higher levels of support. Teams will learn to identify student needs, develop and implement Tier II interventions for students, including both Check In Check Out and the Strong Kids Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program. Teams will also learn how to evaluate both the fidelity and outcomes of interventions and develop the foundations of a strong intervention data team.  A representative team from the school site attends the training, and then leads Tier II implementation. Click here for a list of who typically makes up the Tier II team and attends the training. Readiness Requirement: Completion of PBIS Tier I Training, or Tier I TFI score of 50% or higher.

2020/2021 Tier II Training Dates:

​Day 1
10/01/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 2
11/05/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​SWIS
12/02/2020​
@ PCOE Nobili Room​
Day 3​
01/14/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 4
03/04/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​


Tier II + training (optional) consists of four days of team training with review and extension activities for the Tier I and II teams., with an emphasis on data teams, systems, and foundational and new intervention elements. Tier II+ has been designed to support schools in meeting Tier III readiness. The Tier I team attends training days 1 & 2, and the Tier II/Intervention team attends training days 3 & 4. Readiness requirement: Completion of PBIS Tier I & II training.

2020/2021 Tier II+ Training Dates:

​Day 1
10/21/2020​
​@ PCOE Seavey Center
​Day 2
11/18/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
Day 3​
12/09/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 4
02/03/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​


Tier III training is offered in three different strands: Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR), School-based Wraparound and RENEW. Readiness Requirements: Schools with interest in attending PBIS Tier III training should complete the steps in the Tier III Readiness Flowchart and should have the following requirements in place: Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) Tier I & II scores of 70% or higher, PBIS Tier II/III team who uses data to match and monitor students to interventions (outcome of students and fidelity of intervention), and a variety of evidence-based Tier II interventions available, matched to student need.

Tier III Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) Training consists of four days of team training with coaching and provides Student Centered Teams a process for identifying students needing Tier III individualized supports, assessing students' strengths and needs, and developing a team based plan involving Prevention, Teaching, and Reinforcement strategies. PTR works best with elementary schools, or schools where students have 1-2 teachers through the day. Tier II/Intervention Team attends training day 1, Student Centered Team attends days 2 -4.

2020/2021 Tier III PTR Training Dates:

​Day 1​
09/29/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 2
10/27/2020​@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 3
​12/08/2020
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 4
02/09/2021
@ PCOE Seavey Center​​
​Huddle Call 1
01/08/2021
​8:30am - 9:30am
​Huddle Call 2
​03/05/2021
8:30am - 9:30am​
​Huddle Call 3
​TBD
​8:30am - 9:30am


School-based Wraparound training consists of three training days and additional coaching opportunities to provide Student Centered Teams a process for identifying students needing Tier III supports, assessment of the student and family's strengths and needs and development of a team based plan focusing on an agreed upon goal. Wraparound training is based on the ten principles of wraparound and is presented in four phases. Wraparound is an effective intervention with students of any age and includes a significant family and community engagement component. The Intervention Team attends training day 1 and Wraparound Facilitators attend training days 2 & 3 and participate in coaching calls.

2020/2021 Tier III WRAP Training Dates:

​Day 1​
09/30/2020​
​@ PCOE Nobili Room
​Day 2
​10/28/2020
@ PCOE Nobili Room​
​Day 3
11/18/2020​@ PCOE Nobili Room​
​Day 4
​02/24/2021
@ PCOE Nobili Room​


RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, and Employment) consists of three days of team and facilitator training with coaching and provides Student Centered Teams a process for supporting each youth design and pursue a plan for the transition from school to adult life. RENEW has substantially increased the high school completion, employment and post-secondary education participation rates among our most vulnerable youth. Click here to read more about the RENEW model (University of New Hampshire). The Site Intervention Team attends readiness day 1, RENEW Facilitator(s) attend training days 1-3 and participate in ongoing coaching calls and activities.

 Trauma and Equity Informed PBIS

Trauma & Equity Informed PBIS Training consists of four days of training and utilizes a site's existing PBIS framework to support the integration of trauma informed and equity focused practices.  Specific topics include understanding and responding to trauma, culturally responsive PBIS adaptations, and data-based action planning to strengthen equitable outcomes.  Schools will utilize a five point approach to equity including identifying vulnerable decision points and practicing neutralizing routines. Site Tier I and II teams attend four full days of training and participate in ongoing coaching calls and activities.  School site SWIS users attend a half-day of advanced SWIS training with a focus on equity.  Readiness requirements: completion of Tier I & II training, and score of 70% or higher on Tier I Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI).  Suggested completion of Schoolwide Evaluation Tool (SET) with score of 80% or higher.   

2020/2021 Trauma/Equity Informed Training Dates:

​Day 1
11/04/2020
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​SWIS
11/21/2020​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 2
01/12/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 3
01/19/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​
​Day 4
02/23/2021​
@ PCOE Seavey Center​

 Restorative Practices

​Integrating Restorative Practices into the PBIS Framework consists of three days of training, and utilizes the already established PBIS framework of the site to support the systematic installation of restorative practices across Tiers I and II.  Content includes theory of RP, an overview of the continuum of restorative practices, necessary data and system elements, affective language, restorative circles and chats, coaching plans and fidelity tools.  The Tier I & II teams attend the training and lead RP implementers from each site participate in ongoing coaching calls and activity.  Readiness requirements: completion of Tier I & II training, score of 70% or higher Tier I Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI).  

 Sustainability/Technical Assistance

​Information coming soon

 Travel Training Options

​Information coming soon

 Contacts

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Luke Anderson

Senior Director

(530) 745-1362

Email

 

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Kerri Fulton

Coordinator

(530) 745-1490

Email

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Mark Alfaro

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer​

(530) 889-5930

Email

 

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Kimberly Allen

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer 

(530) 889-5933

Email​


 

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Cassandra Flowers

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer

(530) 745-1434

Email

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Denae Rollins 

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer 

(530) 745-1464

Email​

 

 FAQ's

 
 

DOES PCOE OFFER SUPPORT FOR HOMELESSNESS?

Yes. PCOE offers many resources and supports for children and youth experiencing homelessness. Visit our McKinney-Vento Homeless ​Education page to learn more.

MY CHILD STRUGGLES WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. WHERE CAN I FIND HELP?

PCOE offers a wide variety of support options for those experiencing a mental illness. Visit our Student Mental Wellness page to learn more.​

WHAT SUPPORTS DOES PCOE OFFER FOR FOSTER CHILDREN?

PCOE is happy to offer assistance to foster children in need. We provide support with academics, social/emotional assistance, transitioning, vocational help, and counseling supports and interventions. Visit our Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program page to learn more.​​​​​

 Event Spotlight

PBIS Tier 1 Training

 

Placer County PBIS Recognition Event

In October 2019, Placer County Office of Education honored the 40 Placer County school sites that have been formally acknowledged by the California PBIS Coalition for their implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).

View the photos on Facebook.


 

 Quotations

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​Every child deserves a champion: an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists they become the best they can possibly be. 

​― Rita Pierson​