SI 2014: Breakout Session #5

Session 5A

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The Ultimate Goal – Improving Student Learning through the Use of Data

Bryan Campbell, Assistant Principal, Maplecrest Elementary, Lebanon R-III School District; and Jo Ann Anderson, MO SW-PBS Consultant, South Central RPDC

Tier 1 – Application

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This session will discuss how leadership at Maplecrest Elementary has facilitated positive SW-PBS outcomes while utilizing data as a catalyst for success. Particular emphasis will be placed on how the school has efficiently integrated data from SW-PBS and other initiatives to produce positive student outcomes.

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Session 5B

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District Level System for MTSS, Part 2

Dr. Dawn Miller, Innovative Projects Facilitator, Shawnee Mission Public Schools

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Foundation

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Learn how to develop district-level systems for planning for MTSS implementation, including establishing teams and developing timelines as well as how to establish data-decision rules for student identification and response to intervention.

Session 5C

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Middle School/High School Active Supervision

Katherine Andreasen, Instructional Coach, Angie Downey, Brittney Tarpening and Angela Sensenich, Teachers, Brookfield Middle School, Brookfield R-III School District

Tier 1 – Application

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Discover how teachers can “use their teaching super powers” to rid their school of misbehavior by actively supervising their students. Active supervision can eliminate behaviors and increase academic success! Learn how active supervision works and see the data that shows it can be successful.

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Session 5D

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Creating Home-Grown Videos for Middle School

Dr. Michael Kennedy, Assistant Professor, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Participants will learn, in hands-on practice, key features of “home-grown” videos that align with SW-PBS best practices, and how to create and produce effective SW-PBS videos.

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Session 5E

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Opening the School Doors to Involve Students, Staff and Community

Emily Roberts, Teacher, Belair Elementary School, Jefferson City School District; and Darlene Starner, Jennifer Schaub, Brittany Noroian and Crystal Reiner, Teachers; and Dr. Antiqua Hunter, Principal, Wood Elementary School, Waynesville R-VI School District

Tier 1 – Application

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Wood Elementary in Waynesville and Belair Elementary in Jefferson City will share how they provide a variety of activities, such as a Fundraising 5K and Volunteer Day for students and community to encourage community, parent and student involvement throughout the school.

Session 5F

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Implementing First Steps to Success: A Tier 2 Intervention

Helen Jarvis, Reading Specialist and Morgan Kraus, Teacher, Bartley Elementary School, Fulton 58 School District; and Dr. Barbara Mitchell, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support

Tiers 2, 3 – Foundation

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Learn about an early intervention program designed for young children (K-2) who show signs of antisocial, acting-out behavior. The program incorporates adult praise and feedback, positive reinforcement, social skills training and a parent-training component.

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Session 5G

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Interagency Collaboration through System of Care

Kristi Scoville, Coordinator, Statewide System of Care, Children’s Office, Department of Mental Health; Annie Schulte, Executive Director, Franklin County “Putting Kids First” Children’s Services Fund, Franklin County Community Resource Board; Sherri Doyle, Child and Youth Services Specialist, Tri-County Mental Health Services, Kansas City, Mo.; Dr. Cindy Dowis, Special Education Director, Kirksville R-III School District; and Emma Thoenen, School Teams Coordinator, Preferred Family Healthcare, Franklin County, Mo.

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Foundation

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The old adage is that it takes a village to raise a child. When a child has mental and behavioral issues it takes collaboration within that village. The System of Care framework and philosophy brings the right people to the table to coordinate services. Through coordination and collaboration, your community can break down barriers and create an atmosphere where children and youth thrive and flourish. Receive an overview of what a system of care team can accomplish and the power of collaboration for better outcomes for kids. Learn what it takes to bring all partners to the table.

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5G_SI2014

Session 5H

Title

Transforming Lives with a “Can Do” Attitude

Derek Jordan, Director, Success Academy at Anderson, Kansas City 33, and Tyler Williams, DeMarcus Rivers, and Johniese Doss, Success Academy Students

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Learn how Success Academy at Anderson, an alternative high school, cut office referrals by two-thirds, OSS by one-half and worked to sustain a “can do” culture schoolwide. Students will also be sharing how positive expectations for their behavior and for their futures changed the trajectory of their lives.

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5H_SI2014