- Shared Leadership
- Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Continuum of Student Supports
- Evidence-Based Instruction, Intervention and Assessment
- Universal Screening and Progress Monitoring
- Family, School and Community Partnering
- In Tier I, all students are explicitly taught positive behavioral expectations. All teachers use a consistent approach to discipline
- Students who are in need of Tier II supports are provided with small group, targeted behavioral skill interventions that promote pro-social behaviors
- In Tier III, student centered planning is used to develop customized interventions with frequent progress monitoring.
Parents and PBIS- How Do I Become Involved?
1. Learn about PBIS at your child's school and provide feedback about the process
2. Ask to participate on the school PBIS Leadership team?
3. Help your school design parent involvement activities in PBIS?
4. Participate on Targeted or Intensive level teams as they relate to
5. What is in place at the Universal level of PBIS in the classroom and school-wide?
6. What are the school-wide and classroom behavior expectations?
7. How will the school communicate with me if my child needs extra support with behavior?
8. If my child is having behavior problems, what evidence-based interventions will be used to help him/her?
9. What assessments will be used to develop a behavior plan for my child?
10. How will the school inform me about the results of collecting information on my child?
11. How will I be notified and involved if my child needs Targeted or Intensive supports?
12. What resources are available in the school and community to help with improving my child's behavior?
13. How can I work with the school to promote PBIS at home?