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 Missouri 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!
Plan now to attend the Early Childhood Program Wide Positive Behavior Support Summit What: Discussion, networking and sharing of ideas regarding issues specific to the implementation of Positive Behavior Support at the Early Childhood/Preschool level. Open to all buildings/centers currently implementing Program Wide Positive Behavior Support! When: October 3, 2013 Where:Neosho R-5 School District Administrative […]
Read an educators reflection on gathering formative assessment data from the entire faculty to guide PD planning regarding implementation of Tier 2 interventions in general and Check-In Check-Out (CICO) in particular.
Research clearly shows teachers and teams of teachers make better instructional decisions when they are utilizing data to drive decision-making. Learn about new features available in SWIS 5.0 a web based application for office discipline referral (ODR) data entry and report generation. Access a Support article from PBIS National Center on how to troubleshoot access […]
Two Springfield, Missouri elementary schools. Portland and Sunshine, were highlighted in a local newspaper article for their work implementing Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS). Read the linked article to learn why they chose to implement SW-PBS and the positive outcomes they are experiencing as a result.