Loading in 2 Seconds...
Loading in 2 Seconds...
North Carolina State Improvement Project North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Exceptional Children Division Behavioral Support Section. Asheville City Schools Implementing Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS). Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS).
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Exceptional Children Division
Behavioral Support SectionAsheville City Schools Implementing Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS)
All needed to support valued outcomes,
research validated practices and data-based decision-making!
PBIS is not a curriculum
Builds a Positive Learning Environment
Uses research-based strategies for students
Emphasizes the use of prevention by teaching and modeling the behavior you want to see.
is data driven
PBIS is for ALL students, it is not limited to any specific group of children.
PBIS provides a way to
systemize and improve upon
what schools are doing!
ALIGNS WITH: IDEA & NCLB
SUPPORTS: CLOSING THE GAP, STUDENTS ACCESSING THE
CURRICULUM, SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT, CHARACTER EDUCATION,
TEACHER TRAINING, PARENT INVOLVEMENT, SAFE SCHOOLS,
HIGHER STANDARDS, BULLYING PREVENTION, DROP-OUT
PREVENTION, CRISIS PREVENTION & RESPONSE
Guide Student Expectations, Staff Practices &
CUBS at Jones:
Choose to be responsible
Use kind words
PAWS at AMS:
Service to others
STAR at Vance:
Take care of others
ACS Preschool:Student behaviors include:
Quiet Voices, Walking feet, Hands to
yourself, Stay with your team, Soft Touch
taught throughout the school.
and delivers Positive PAWS
for students exhibiting these
behaviors throughout their school.
ARTS at Claxton:
PBIS: For ALL staff, for ALL Students!
Must ensure understanding and involvement with all staff and all students!
All understanding the school’s PBIS framework, expectations, systems, practices, use of data, etc. is essential for effective implementation!
ACS Schools have developed individual school expectations throughout the school settings.
Across the school district schools that are implementing PBIS are seeing a decrease in
Schools are implementing PBIS by training staff members. Schools that have completed the
6 days of training include: ACS Preschool, Claxton, Jones, Vance, Hall Fletcher, Dickson, RLC,
On November 2nd , 2009, the five elementary schools were recognized by North
Carolina Department of Public Instruction Exceptional Children Division for
consistently implementing the PBIS model.
To support data based decision making and the effective implementation of PBIS, has
begun using SWIS. The School-Wide Information System (SWIS) is a web-based information
system designed to help school personnel to use office referral data to design school-wide
and individual student interventions.