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2022-23 Boutique Trainings

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Boutique Trainings are professional learning opportunities focused on a specific topic or set of practices designed to boost your established PBIS systems and practices. Most of these opportunities are offered once per year. 

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PBIS 101 

This 2-hour session is designed for school personnel who are new to PBIS, need foundational information on PBIS implementation, and/or want to know more about effectively supporting a multi-tiered behavior system at your school site. The purpose is to provide basic information and is not intended to take the place of a team training.

​Date: August 31, 2022 8:00-10:00

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PBIS Technical Assistance

​Teams in need of support with developing, implementing, and problem solving for the evolving school climate are invited to engage in this opportunity. Professional learning topics are tailored to the team needs. Examples of technical assistance topics include (but not limited to) teaching PBIS expectations from a culturally responsive lens, developing acknowledgment systems, responding to unwanted behavior, classroom implementation of PBIS, refining Tier 2 practices, using data for decision-making, and more. Two hour minimum required. 

If interested, please provide your information in this Google Form​

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​​Tier 1 PBIS Team Booster Training

This training is designed for teams who need a refresher in PBIS Tier 1 Implementation and/or need to update current PBIS efforts. Training will include implementation features such as Culturally Responsive and Trauma-Informed elements of Tier 1 practices. A recent Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) score is required for this training.

2022-23 Training Dates: 9/27/22 & 2/2/23

If interested, please complete this Google Form​

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​​Active Supervision

Non-classroom staff learn preventative and responsive strategies for supervising students in non-classroom settings such as establishing and maintining positive environments, scanning techniques, connecting with students, and error correction strategies.