What is Positive Behavior Support?
- A process for creating safer and more effective schools
- Focuses on improving the entire school system
- Applies to everyone within the school setting, including all students, staff, and family members.
PBS Implementation: A Multi-Tiered System of Support
- 80 %
- Classroom Consultation
- Classroom Level PBS
- Universal PBS
- 15 %
- Small Groups Mentoring
- Check in/out
- 5 %
- [FBA] Functional Behavioral Assessment
- [BIP] Behavior Intervention Plans
What families can expect from PBS
- Opportunities to ask questions and discuss concerns related to PBS
- Opportunities to provide feedback and input on Tier 1 PBS practices (e.g., Tier 1 expectations, reward system, discipline procedures)
- Positively stated expectations posted around the school
- Expectations and rules that are taught and encouraged
- Information and updates on Tier 1 behavior data
- Data-based problem-solving by the school team to inform PBS implementation
- Administration (Principal, AP, Dean, SAM) participation in PBS implementation and encouragement for family and community member participation
The S.T.O.R.M. Expectations
- Strive for Success
- Take Responsibility
- Opt to Lead
- Respect Others
- Make Good Choices
What does PBS look like @ South Seminole Academy?
- All the students are educated in the S.T.O.R.M. Initiatives and the Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Systems.
- Positive Behavior Rewards
- Storm Bucks
- Positive Referrals
To learn more about the Positive Behavior rewards and PBS at SSA, view our PBS Family And Community Presentation (pdf).