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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 are in place for all students.


Save the Date! Summer Training Institute 2017

Save the Date! Summer Training Institute 2017 will be held on June 14-16, 2017 at Tan-Tar-A. It will be a great opportunity to network with schools around the state that are implementing PBS, learn more about implementing all three tiers of PBS, and listen to keynote speaker, Steve Goodman, co-author of Integrated Multi-Tiered Systems of […]

Save the Date! The 2016 MO SW-PBS Secondary Summit

Join us for the MO SW-PBS Secondary School Summit on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Lebanon High School in Lebanon,  MO!   Meet and network with individuals from other Missouri secondary schools implementing SW-PBS. Small group guided networking sessions based on participant suggested!  Come prepared to join in the discussion!  Who: Schools serving grades 6-12 […]

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Coming Soon! MO SW-PBS Webinars: Becoming an Exemplar School; Intervention Essential Features; Tier 2/3 Readiness

As a service to our partner schools, MO SW-PBS is providing informational webinars on a variety of  topics. These topics include Recognition Applications at the Bronze, Silver and Gold Levels; Readiness for Tiers 2 and 3; and An Introduction to the Intervention Essential Features (IEF), which is a planning tool for Tier 2 interventions. These webinars will supplement […]

New! Videos of STI Presentations have been Posted!

Presenter Session Number and  Title Dr. Terry Scott Keynote: Effective Instruction: A Critical Analysis of our Keys to Student Success Howard Wills 1A) I-Connect Dr. Howard Wills and Dr. Amy Casey 2A) Implementing an Elementary Classroom-Based Intervention Within Schoolwide PBS: The CW-FIT Program Dr. Heather Hatton 2B) Developing Responses to Challenging Behavior Dr. Terry Scott […]

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