The School Safety Survey (SSS) helps teams to identify student risk factors in and around the school, as well as systems that the school has in place to protect students from these different risk factors. While many of the risk factors are not directly under the school's control, the effects of these can be meliorated
Within a tiered framework of support one important goal is to “catch” students before academic and/or behavioral challenges become severe. Universal screening provides an opportunity for all children to be considered for risk factors against identified criteria. Contact your regional consultant for more information, or take the MO SW-PBS Student Identification course to find out
The Data Based Decision Making/Solution Plan (DBDM/Solution Plan) is a six-step process for using student office discipline referral (ODR) data to improve student behavior and school climate. The DBDM/Solution Plan guides SW-PBS teams to select and implement targeted intensifications of evidence-based practices (prevention, teaching, positive feedback and corrective feedback). Teams are encouraged to complete an
The School Safety Survey (SSS) closes on Friday, September 15. For more information, or if you need to extend the survey window, please contact your MO SW-PBS regional consultant.
The Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) survey window closes on Friday, September 15. For more information, or if you need to extend the survey window, please contact your MO SW-PBS regional consultant.
The latest version of the Big 5 Generator, the Data Collection Tool and the Early Childhood Data Collection Tool are now available for download. Both spreadsheets include the latest norm data from SWIS. The Data Collection Tool and the Early Childhood Data Collection Tool have also undergone substantial updates: Now collect and chart multiple year data (up
The window for taking the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) is from August 7 through September 15. MO SW-PBS recommends that teams new to the Tier 2 training or Tier 3 training levels take the TFI in the Fall for a baseline score. All other Tier 2 and Tier 3 teams should take it in the
The window for taking the School Safety Survey (SSS) is from August 7 through September 15. MO SW-PBS recommends that all school stakeholders, including staff, parents and even older students, take the SSS. This is a Multi-User Survey, meaning that PBIS Assessments generates a unique link for your school and this survey window. To access