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.
The purpose of the MO SW-PBS school recognitions is two-fold. First, reviewing the criteria affords schools and districts the opportunity to accurately self-reflect on their progress implementing and sustaining SW-PBS. Second, it affords the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education an opportunity to recognize those schools that have met the criteria in appreciation of […]
MO SW-PBS Summer Training Institute 2014 — Making the Connections: MO SW-PBS, MTSS, and Student Success When: June 11-13, 2014 Location: Tan-Tar-A, Lake Ozark Missouri Who: SW-PBS Team Members and Administrator(s) Registration now available! Registration powered by RegOnline Early Bird: March-May 31 $125.00 after this time frame $150.00. Use the STI Action Planning Tool […]
An award honoring Dr. Mary Richter, founding director of MO SW-PBS, will be debuted at this year’s Summer Training Institute. The Dr. Mary Richter MO SW-PBS School of Distinction Award will recognize one school, program, or district that exemplifies the ideals, principles, and practices of positive behavior support. This will be an annual award presented […]
MO SW-PBS Fall Positive Focus 2013 a newsletter providing updates on Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support implementation across the state. Learn how schools implementing SW-PBS are strategically planning for more efficient and effective transitions (e.g., from early childhood to kindergarten, elementary school transitions, beginning high school) and integrating student voice both of which can lead […]
The MO SW-PBS 2013 Annual Report was drafted utilizing the PBIS National Center Evaluation Blueprint as an organizing structure. The report documents the work of the MO SW-PBS statewide team during the 2012-2013 school year across all regions of the state, in over 200 districts, with over 750 schools implementing and impacting over 295,000 students.
The new Fall 2013 SWPBS Guidance Newsletter is now out. Information and resources developed with Guidance Counselors in Missouri’s SW-PBS buildings in mind!