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Everyday HEROes: Building Positive Student, Staff, Parent, and Community Relationships

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Master's Degree

Presentation Abstract

This presentation will share the 1st Year Implementation of PBIS at Veterans Elementary School within the Bibb County School District. Visibility, intentionally and embracing the Ten Critical Elements have launched us on a pathway for success and creating a positive school climate. We will share how we partnered with parents, students, staff, and community to develop the “whole” child. Veterans Elementary School’s implementation of PBIS program includes ways to involve parents and community through family nights, community “giveaways,” and implementing student clubs and organizations. The presentation will cover student and teacher rewards and incentives, using check in and check out systems for students, flow charts on classroom managed behaviors vs office managed behaviors. The presentation will also discuss how we used a Low-Level Referral System for classroom managed behaviors. The presentation will look at embracing your data for transparency and to problem-solve for improvement. The presentation will share matrices for students, teachers, and parents as well as and funding sources for your PBIS Program.

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Everyday HEROes: Building Positive Student, Staff, Parent, and Community Relationships

This presentation will share the 1st Year Implementation of PBIS at Veterans Elementary School within the Bibb County School District. Visibility, intentionally and embracing the Ten Critical Elements have launched us on a pathway for success and creating a positive school climate. We will share how we partnered with parents, students, staff, and community to develop the “whole” child. Veterans Elementary School’s implementation of PBIS program includes ways to involve parents and community through family nights, community “giveaways,” and implementing student clubs and organizations. The presentation will cover student and teacher rewards and incentives, using check in and check out systems for students, flow charts on classroom managed behaviors vs office managed behaviors. The presentation will also discuss how we used a Low-Level Referral System for classroom managed behaviors. The presentation will look at embracing your data for transparency and to problem-solve for improvement. The presentation will share matrices for students, teachers, and parents as well as and funding sources for your PBIS Program.