PASS Positive Approach to Student Success. Inclusion for Students with Behavior Disorders by James R. Poole, B.A. & Hope Caperton-Brown, Ed.D. Janet Cooke & Amanda Reagan Allen County Schools . Agenda. What is PASS? Where did PASS come from and how effective has it been?
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Inclusion for Students with
James R. Poole, B.A. & Hope Caperton-Brown, Ed.D.
Janet Cooke & Amanda Reagan
Allen County Schools
Instead of relying on unsuccessful punishment procedures, PASS encourages positive learning environments and teaching behavioral skills.
Referrals from these 61 students: 728
In School Suspensions: 227 Out of School Suspensions: 82
Referrals from these 67 students: 741
In School Suspensions: 245 Out of School Suspensions: 118
FBA & BIP
Grade Level Meetings
Positive Behavior Supports
1.Identify student with behavior concerns in Tier I setting.
2. Meet with team to discuss Tier II interventions.
3. Implement Tier II strategies.
4. Meet with team to discuss interventions that were tried & data that was collected.
5. Committee comes to a decision about Tier III interventions.
We are dedicated to providing the supports to help ensure the success of all students.