PBIS Universal Team Retreats 603.228.2084

PBIS Universal Team
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DATES: October 14, 2015 and March 30, 2016
TIME: 8:00am–3:00pm (registration begins at 7:30am)
LOCATION: Grappone Conference Center
70 Constitution Avenue, Concord NH
$119 per session individual; $99 member of a group of 3+
includes continental breakfast, lunch, & materials
INSTRUCTOR: JoAnne Malloy, Ph.D.
These retreats are for Universal Teams that are implementing
PBIS or groups from schools that are exploring PBIS
implementation. Attendance at both sessions is recommended,
but not required.
Improving school climate and safety is important for creating
a positive learning environment for all students. Schools that
implement a system of effective behavioral and academic
interventions and practices have better educational outcomes
and staff satisfaction. Schoolwide Positive Behavioral
Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based
framework designed to change the school environment to
become less reactive, address disciplinary issues, provide
training for school staff in best practices, and stress the use of
data for decision-making.
One of the core elements of a PBIS system is the work of
a Leadership or Universal Team. These retreats will allow
individuals or teams from schools to understand, organize,
and begin to plan their work, by providing a PBIS Manual,
organizational and self-assessment tools and technical
assistance, support to set up data systems, and communication
strategies. Teams will leave each session with a workplan for
implementation for the next several months.
October 2015: Getting Organized to Implement PBIS!
The Fall retreat will include an overview of PBIS Universal
level systems, data, and practices. Teams will 1) identify their
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PBIS implementation status, 2) plan for the school year,
3) analyze their school-wide data, and 4) develop new
or revise their existing systems, including the schoolwide behavior expectations matrix, the school’s behavior
definitions table, screening system, the office discipline
referral form and flow chart, and teaching tools for specific
school-wide roll out activities. It is expected that each
school will be in a different stage of implementation, so
presentations will be focused on individualized team selfassessment and team time.
March 2016: Getting Ready to Improve PBIS
The Spring retreat will allow Universal PBIS school teams
to review their progress during the school year and plan
for PBIS implementation during the 2015-16 school year.
PBIS is a systemic, data-driven behavioral support and
improvement systems change model that consists of three
levels—Tier 1 (Universal), Tier 2 (Behavioral Support),
and Tier 3 (Intensive)—each specifically designed to
prevent disruption and address the behavioral support
needs of students at risk of school failure: Universal PBIS
Teams develop the systems, structures, and practices for
the delivery of schoolwide social supports for all students.
E v en t Policies
Advance registration is required and accepted in the
order received. Payment or a copy of a purchase order
is due on the day of or prior to the event.
If an event is cancelled or postponed, registrants will
be given the option of cancelling their registration,
receiving a full refund, or attending the event if the
event is rescheduled.
To receive a full refund, cancellations must be made in
writing seven (7) days prior to the event. Cancellations
received within six (6) days of the event are not eligible
for a refund.
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