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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.​ 

 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.​​

 Events

Check out these latest events to stay in the know about our Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports:

2019 California PBIS Conference: www.pbisca.org

2019 PCOE PBIS Training Flyer: Coming Soon

 Connect with PBIS

Follow us on Twitter: @PCOE_PBIS

California PBIS: www.pbi​sca.org

 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 Technical Assistance Website: www.pbis.org

PBIS Applications: www.pbisapps.org

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

 Contacts

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Luke Anderson

Director

(530) 745-1362

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Kerri Fulton

Coordinator

(530) 745-1490

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Mark Alfaro

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer

(530) 889-5930

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Cassandra Flowers

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer

(530) 745-1434

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Denae Rollins 

Program Manager - PBIS Trainer 

(530) 745-1464

 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

PBIS New Team Members and Coaches Tier I Training

Tier I PBIS for new team members and coaches provides an overview of the key features of the PBIS framework including how PBIS systems, data, and practices support student achievement and further a positive social climate.  

Date: 9/3/2019
Time: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Register Today!


 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​