Positive Behavior Support
Information for Families and
Community Members
Lake Brantley High School
2013-2014
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Positive Behavior Support
PBS:
• A process for creating safer and more
effective schools
• Focuses on improving the enti...
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Positive Behavior Support
Focus of PBS:
• To create environments that help students to
achieve success
• To understand w...
PBS Implementation: A Multi-Tiered System of Support
Florida’s State Transformation Team on RtI (Dec. 3, 2009)
PBS Impleme...
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Positive Behavior Support
• Over 17,000 schools across the country and 1,100
in Florida are implementing PBS:
• LBHS was...
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Tier 1 Expectations
Lake Brantley’s Expectations:
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Updated Discipline Data
06-07 07-08 08-09
09-
10
10-11 11-12 12-13
Overall
referrals
5895 5354 4,690 4,813 4,342 1888 17...
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What Families Can Expect from
Tier 1 PBS at Lake Brantley High
• Opportunities to ask questions and discuss concerns rel...
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Families’ Role in PBS at
Lake Brantley High
• Share your knowledge about your child, including
background and cultural i...
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Community Members’ Role
in PBS at Lake Brantley High
• Share knowledge about community resources
with school staff and ...
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What Families Can Do to Engage in
PBS at Lake Brantley High
• Know the school’s Tier 1 Expectations
• Provide input and...
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What Families Can Do to Engage in
PBS at Lake Brantley High
• Ask your child if he/she has
earned any Brantley Bucks
an...
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What Families Can Do to Engage in
PBS at Lake Brantley High
• Ask your child’s teacher or principal what you can do to ...
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If You Have Questions About PBS
For additional information about PBS at Lake Brantley or if
you would like to make a do...
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Learn More about PBS
• http://flpbs.fmhi.usf.edu
• http://flpbs.fmhi.usf.edu/resources_family.asp
• www.pbis.org
• http...
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LBHS Vision Statement
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  • On this slide, answer the question: ‘What is PBS?’ for families.
  • On this slide, answer the question: ‘What is PBS?’ for families.
  • On this slide, answer the question: ‘What is PBS?’ for families. The purpose of this slide is to clarify that PBS is a multi-tiered system of support that includes all students in the school. Resources and supports are provided to students based on their need.
  • This slide answers the question: ‘Why tier 1 PBS and not something else?’ for families.
  • On this slide, answer the questions: ‘What is PBS and how do schools implement PBS?’ for families. Provide the school’s Tier I expectations on this slide. Tier 1 Expectations: The school environment is structured to prevent problematic behaviors and encourage positive, appropriate behaviors. School-wide expectations and rules in different settings are taught to all students and staff Appropriate behaviors are rewarded in order to encourage and strengthen these behaviors over time Note: for families who speak a language other than English, be sure to provide translation of rules and expectations, use visuals and/or videos. And/or role plays to demonstrate expectations as well in order to overcome language barriers.
  • Trish
  • Use this slide to clarify what parents can expect as a result of Tier 1 PBS implementation. Note: you may need to refresh parents on what Tier 1 PBS implementation includes ( all students, staff, and families; all settings; expectations and rules; preventing problematic behaviors and teaching and reinforcing appropriate behaviors).
  • This slide explains families’ contributions to PBS implementation and some of the many roles families may play to support PBS.
  • ***Be sure these practices align with your school’s vision for family engagement in PBS** Add or edit family engagement behaviors listed to reflect your school
  • ***Be sure these practices align with your school’s vision for family engagement in PBS** Add or edit family engagement behaviors listed to reflect your school
  • ***Be sure these practices align with your school’s vision for family engagement in PBS** Add or edit family engagement behaviors listed to reflect your school
  • 2013 parent pbs overview. family.community involvement 2012

    1. 1. Positive Behavior Support Information for Families and Community Members Lake Brantley High School 2013-2014
    2. 2. 2 Positive Behavior Support PBS: • A process for creating safer and more effective schools • Focuses on improving the entire school system • Applies to everyone within the school setting, including all students, staff, and family members
    3. 3. 3 Positive Behavior Support Focus of PBS: • To create environments that help students to achieve success • To understand why problem behaviors are occurring in order to address them effectively • To prevent problem behaviors, teach appropriate behaviors, and acknowledge the appropriate behaviors of all students, staff, and family members
    4. 4. PBS Implementation: A Multi-Tiered System of Support Florida’s State Transformation Team on RtI (Dec. 3, 2009) PBS Implementation: A Multi-Tiered System of Support 7 Universal PBS Classroom-Level PBS Classroom Consultation Check-In/Check-Out (CICO) Brief Mentoring Small Groups Simple FBA/BIP Comprehensive FBA/BIP Wraparound Continuum of Services Monitor the progress and outcomes of all Students Monitor the progress and outcomes of the System ≈ 5% ≈ 15% ≈ 80%
    5. 5. 5 Positive Behavior Support • Over 17,000 schools across the country and 1,100 in Florida are implementing PBS: • LBHS was a PBS Golden Model School last year • The only Golden Model school in SCPS and 1 of 4 high schools in the state. • Provides the foundation for a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) • Can be adapted to fit any school • Coexists with most school-wide programs • Consistent with research-based principles of behavior • Intervention of choice in federal laws
    6. 6. 6 Tier 1 Expectations Lake Brantley’s Expectations:
    7. 7. 7 Updated Discipline Data 06-07 07-08 08-09 09- 10 10-11 11-12 12-13 Overall referrals 5895 5354 4,690 4,813 4,342 1888 1716 OSS/ISS Infractions 763/ 503 658/ 357 596/ 334 1387 No ISS 295/ 358 191/ 298 193/ 303 1st Year of PBS Implementation
    8. 8. 8 What Families Can Expect from Tier 1 PBS at Lake Brantley High • Opportunities to ask questions and discuss concerns related to PBS • Opportunities to provide feedback and input on Tier 1 PBS practices (e.g., Tier 1 expectations, reward system, discipline procedures) • Positively stated expectations posted around the school • Expectations and rules that are taught and encouraged • Information and updates on Tier 1 behavior data • Data-based problem-solving by the school team to inform PBS implementation • Administration (Principal, AP, Dean) participation in PBS implementation and encouragement for family and community member participation
    9. 9. 9 Families’ Role in PBS at Lake Brantley High • Share your knowledge about your child, including background and cultural information, etc. • Share your expertise as your child’s first teacher • Express your interest in your child’s education to your child and to his/her teacher • Express your interest as a citizen of the community with a vested interest in the success of the school • Share your understanding of issues facing the community and school that can help to inform problem- solving efforts
    10. 10. 10 Community Members’ Role in PBS at Lake Brantley High • Share knowledge about community resources with school staff and family members • Provide and support the school’s access to resources • Look for opportunities to reinforce behavioral expectations and provide acknowledgements to students within community settings
    11. 11. 11 What Families Can Do to Engage in PBS at Lake Brantley High • Know the school’s Tier 1 Expectations • Provide input and offer suggestions on PBS practices • Reinforce the Tier 1 expectations at home • Demonstrate the Tier 1 expectations when attending the school or interacting with others from the school • Talk with your child regularly about the school’s Tier 1 expectations • Talk with your child’s teacher about PBS in the classroom • Keep informed and ask questions about PBS • Follow the school-wide expectations • Ask your child if he/she has earned any Brantley Bucks and/or Positive Referrals (If not, ask them how they can earn them).
    12. 12. 12 What Families Can Do to Engage in PBS at Lake Brantley High • Ask your child if he/she has earned any Brantley Bucks and/or Positive Referrals (If not, ask them how they can earn them).
    13. 13. 13 What Families Can Do to Engage in PBS at Lake Brantley High • Ask your child’s teacher or principal what you can do to show your support for PBS • Support PBS in the community • Assist with teaching or reinforcing PBS • Help to secure funding for PBS activities • Ask your child’s Guidance Counselor for support for implementing PBS at home • If your child is struggling behaviorally: • Ask questions • Collaborate with staff through problem-solving to develop supports for your child • Support the interventions at home • Keep informed of your child’s progress with interventions
    14. 14. 14 If You Have Questions About PBS For additional information about PBS at Lake Brantley or if you would like to make a donation, please contact: P.B.S Coach: Trish Elkharchafi E-mail: patricia_elkharchafi@scps.k12.fl.us Donation Information: If you are writing a check, please make checks payable to : Lake Brantley High or LBHS Check note: For P.B.S.
    15. 15. 15 Learn More about PBS • http://flpbs.fmhi.usf.edu • http://flpbs.fmhi.usf.edu/resources_family.asp • www.pbis.org • http://www.pbis.org/family/default.aspx
    16. 16. 16 LBHS Vision Statement
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