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Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (MO SW-PBS) Implementation. Mary Richter MO SW-PBS State Coordinator. MO SW-PBS Partners. Missouri Policy. Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MO DESE) Supports MO SW-PBS by: Financing 32 positions

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Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (MO SW-PBS) Implementation

Mary Richter

MO SW-PBS State Coordinator


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MO SW-PBS Partners


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Missouri Policy

  • Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MO DESE) Supports MO SW-PBS by:

    • Financing 32 positions

    • Relying on initiative as State Performance Plan (SPP) improvement activity for numerous SPP indicators

    • Commitment of human and financial resources to support School Data Profile (SDP) online data collection system for MO SW-PBS schools/districts

    • Promotion of SW-PBS through Department assistant commissioners (letters to superintendents, presentations to stakeholders, collaboration with Missouri Department of Mental Health to promote 3-tiered models across agencies

    • Dedicating funds and personnel to plan, prepare and conduct summer regional trainings and statewide institute.


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MO SW-PBS Action Plan Aligns with Implementer Blueprint

  • Attention to accuracy, fluency and relevance of state initiative

  • Emphasize prevention

  • Ensure success & progress is positively reinforced

  • Integrate academic and behavioral success

  • Collaborate with other stakeholders and agencies

  • Expand district, regional and state connectivity

  • Plan for sustainability


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MO SW-PBS State Action Plan


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Growth in Schools & Districts


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Growth in %


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Scope & Sequence Development

  • Scope & Sequence aligns standardized curriculum content with phases of implementation:

    • Exploration & Adoption

    • Preparation (building schoolwide and data systems)

    • Emerging 1 (first year implementing with students)

    • Emerging 2 (increase DOK and classroom strategies)

    • Tier 2 (build Tier 2 teams, data systems, interventions)

    • Tier 3(under development across 3 levels)

  • Specialized information related to cultural diversity, family involvement, mental health, administrator skills and RtI embedded throughout


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Recognition System

  • Designed to reinforce Scope & Sequence, standardized curriculum fluency, and attention to results from standardized instruments

  • Bronze = Tier 1 fidelity

  • Silver = Tiers 1 & 2 fidelity

  • Gold = Tiers 1,2 and 3 fidelity


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Dissemination Examples

  • Participation in state dissemination:

    • 3-tiered initiatives collaboration through MO DESE working group

    • School Mental Health Advisory Panel

    • RtI workshops held in regional centers

    • Data Team Training

  • Presentations at national and state conferences:

    • MO principals, superintendents, school board and guidance counselors’ conferences; Character Education, Professional Learning Communities

    • National Staff Development Council, APBS

  • Collaboration with Missouri Children's Psychiatric Services and Developmental Disabilities & Kansas Institute of Positive Behavior Supports (KIPBS) to develop multi-level Tier 3 training modules


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Ongoing Monitoring

  • Standardized Instruments Committee:

    • Reviewed national instruments

    • Created chart of what to be used & why

  • Missouri SW-PBS School Data Profile

    • Online data collection and analysis system

    • Will be able to link to national survey site

    • 15 indicators:

      • 10 already collected by MO DESE

      • 5 collected by schools/districts


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Sustainability

  • Monthly training for consultants

  • Standardized Curriculum

  • Alignment with national recommendations and guidelines

  • Regional and state-level consultants model

  • Collaboration with other state and national stakeholders

  • Accurate multi-year data analysis


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Summary

  • Growth is Exhilarating and Intimidating

  • State Plan is flexible

  • Documents can be found on our website: http://pbismissouri.org/

    • See Missouri SW-PBS 2010 Annual Report for more detail


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