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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 1, which is Primary Prevention for all students; Tier 2 provides additional targeted group interventions and supports for students needing more supports than Tier 1 provides; Tier 3 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:

Link to 2021/2022 PBIS Training Descriptions


 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

Senior Director

(530) 745-1362

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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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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​