Presentation Title

SOARING for InCentives with PBIS

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Specialist Degree

Presentation Abstract

SOARin' for InCentives with PBIS explores fundraising of positive PBIS programming in schools - beginning with elementary schools. We will explore costumes and fun gear to generate interest, contests to engage all learners practicing expectations, and 'buy-in' incentives for the building faculty and staff. We will then focus exclusively on incentives for faculty, staff, and all stakeholders (community/family members as well). We will stress the importance of incentives for stakeholders for the overall progress of a successful PBIS program. We will share incentives that have worked in our school setting and with various stakeholders - in the hopes that attendees will bring ideas back to their respective facilities for immediate implementation.

Time allowing, we will then make suggestions for challenges in the PBIS community and will discuss speed bumps that your building may encounter on the path to PBIS success! This will support a more positive, forward movement for your PBIS facility. We will share our school's success with generating an operating budget of almost $3,000 in a few, short months and the trainings, incentives, and support that fundraising has provided as a result. Finally, we will discuss and share transformational PBIS practices in the home and community to improve climate and create common expectations for continued student success! This will also include PBIS practices and frameworks to adapt with ease for preschool programs through high school facilities!

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SOARING for InCentives with PBIS

SOARin' for InCentives with PBIS explores fundraising of positive PBIS programming in schools - beginning with elementary schools. We will explore costumes and fun gear to generate interest, contests to engage all learners practicing expectations, and 'buy-in' incentives for the building faculty and staff. We will then focus exclusively on incentives for faculty, staff, and all stakeholders (community/family members as well). We will stress the importance of incentives for stakeholders for the overall progress of a successful PBIS program. We will share incentives that have worked in our school setting and with various stakeholders - in the hopes that attendees will bring ideas back to their respective facilities for immediate implementation.

Time allowing, we will then make suggestions for challenges in the PBIS community and will discuss speed bumps that your building may encounter on the path to PBIS success! This will support a more positive, forward movement for your PBIS facility. We will share our school's success with generating an operating budget of almost $3,000 in a few, short months and the trainings, incentives, and support that fundraising has provided as a result. Finally, we will discuss and share transformational PBIS practices in the home and community to improve climate and create common expectations for continued student success! This will also include PBIS practices and frameworks to adapt with ease for preschool programs through high school facilities!