The mission of Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (MO SW-PBS) is to assist schools and districts in establishing and maintaining school environments where the social culture and behavioral supports needed to be an effective learning environment is in place for all students.
MO SW-PBS Summer Training Institute 2014 has a goal of Going GREEN! 97% of sessions have resources now posted! We encourage you to visit our website and download ahead of time the presentations and materials posted for your chosen events. Please visit the STI 2014 website to access presentations as well as additional tools that […]
In honor of Missouri’s founding Director of the state-wide Positive Behavior Support Initiative, one school and one district will be honored annually who exemplifies the ideals, principles, and practices of positive behavior support. To learn more about the inaugural recipient school and district that were recognized at the 2014 MO SW-PBS Summer Training Institute visit […]
Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support is pleased to announce the completion and posting of our Tier 3 Workbook. This resource builds upon the Tier 2 and Tier 1 Workbooks to support schools in developing efficient and effective multi-tiered systems of social behavioral support for all students.
Sixth edition of the MO SW-PBS newsletter.
Excelsior Springs Middle School (ESMS) provides a “year in review” of the implementation of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS / Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS). Not only a tool for documenting and archiving, this post provides a map for schools working to emulate the strategic implementation of schools such as ESMS.
Two recent examples of how appropriate student behavior in Missouri schools implementing Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports (SW-PBS) is being recognized and celebrated in social media. “Positive reinforcement effort in schools nets fewer discipline referrals.” More than 20 Southeast Missouri schools have received state recognition for their use of Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), including campuses […]