State Support Team Region 9 Serving Schools in Holmes, Stark, and Wayne Counties

Stark State Advanced Technology Center ~ 6057 Strip Ave. N.W., North Canton, OH 44720  
Telephone: 330-492-8136  ~  Toll Free: 1-800-733-7732


Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)

2020-2021 PBIS Recognition Application Process

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The application for the 2020-2021 PBIS Recognition System is open through May 1, 2021. New applicants, returning applicants and those seeking higher levels of recognition are invited to watch this video to learn more about the award and updates for this year. A zipped packet of application information materials is also available.

New Recognition Applicants

Schools and districts that would like to apply for recognition of their implementation efforts for the 2020-2021 school year should complete the 2020-2021 PBIS Application. Applicants must complete the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) and walkthrough, either safely in person or virtually. For more information, see Conducting the TFI and Walkthrough Remotely. Applicants should consult with their state support team PBIS consultants about completing the TFI and walkthrough.

Renewal of 2019-2020 Awardees

The Department is providing some flexibility in the application process for PBIS Awardees for 2019-2020 seeking the same levels of recognition for 2020-2021. Applicants must submit the Application Information, Impact Statement, Digital JPG Photo and School Profile Template available in the 2020-2021 PBIS Application.

2019-2020 Awardees Seeking Higher Levels of Recognition

PBIS Awardees for 2019-2020 that would like to apply for higher levels of award for the 2020-2021 school year (for example, bronze to silver or silver to gold) should complete the 2020-2021 PBIS Application. Schools and districts applying for higher levels of award must complete the entire application package, including the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) and walkthrough, either safely in person or virtually. For more information, see Conducting the TFI and Walkthrough Remotely. Schools and districts should consult with their state support team PBIS consultants about completing the TFI and walkthrough.

Application Submission

All schools and districts must submit their application materials to their regional state support team PBIS consultants by May 1, 2021.

State support team consultants will review applications using the Revised January 2021 PBIS Network Approved Scoring Rubrics available in the 20-21 OH PBIS Appendices. These scoring rubrics are designed to ensure consistent scoring across the state. Paper Evidence Binders may be organized using the Evidence Binder Tabs.

Additional Information and Resources

For more information, see the zipped 2020-2021 OH PBIS information packet, which includes documents to support the walkthrough and School Profile. For more information, refer to the 2020-2021 PBIS FAQs or contact the Office of Integrated Student Supports at pbisohio@education.ohio.gov.


PBIS Updates from state leadership as of 9/3/2020

The PBIS Recognition application submission deadline has been changed to September 30.  If you are interested in applying for Bronze, Silver or Gold, please follow this link for the application.  http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Student-Supports/PBIS-Resources/Ohio-PBIS-Showcase 

There are adjustments that may be made to the process, but the application will stay the same.  More information will be coming from ODE soon. 

(Added 9/3/2020) PBIS  2019-2020 School Year Recognition Deadline Sept 30, 2020 confirmed.  Schools who were previously recognized for the 2018-2019 school year need not apply again unless they wish to upgrade to the next level. 

Submission, Questions, or Technical Support for TFI completion can be electronically submitted to val.pack@apps.sparcc.org

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Congratulations to the State Support Team Region 9
Ohio 2019 PBIS Recognition Schools

The Ohio PBIS Network & State Support Teams identify schools that exemplify best practices in the implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).  A recognized school demonstrates best practices within its system, and also is open and transparent in the sharing of their knowledge and resources with other schools. 

PBIS Award level schools have easily identifiable characteristics and are consistent in their methods of: 1) maintaining organized team based planning, 2) maintaining high levels of administrative involvement and support, and 3) systematically collecting, reviewing and applying data using a problem-solving process.  These schools do a superior job of enhancing their school climate and culture in support of students and their academic achievement.


Gold

Minerva Elementary - Minerva Local Schools


Silver

Alliance Middle School - Alliance City Schools

Northside Elementary - Alliance City Schools

Belden Leadership School - Canton City Schools

Dueber Reading and Math Preparatory School - Canton City Schools


Bronze

Allen Reading and Math Preparatory School - Canton City Schools

Belle Stone Reading and Math Preparatory School - Canton City Schools

Cedar Leadership School - Canton City Schools

Clarendon Leadership School - Canton City Schools

Harter Reading and Math Prparatory School - Canton City Schools

Mason Leadership School - Canton City Schools

Worley Reading and Math Prparatory School - Canton City Schools


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Ohio Department
of Education
PBIS Information
PBIS Link
Why Overview
Fact Sheet
PBIS Link
PBIS
Live Binder
PBIS Link
Screening Guidance Document

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Framework for Building Partnerships Among Schools, Families and Communities

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PBIS for Families

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December 2016 - School Climate

PDF of School Climate Brief

January 2017 - Human Trafficking

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PBIS For Families Information Brief PDF

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MENTAL HEALTH, SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL, AND BEHAVIORAL SCREENING AND EVALUATION COMPENDIUM (2ND ED)

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Bullying of LGBT Students in School

Collaborations Between School and Home: Mental Health Diagnoses

Culturally Responsive School Mental Health Practices

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September 2017 Newsletter
Suicide Prevention

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Teen Suicide: Prevention, Intervention and Postvention Information Brief

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Crisis Text Line Newsletter

Crisis Text Line Fact Sheet

Crisis Text Line School - One Page - 4Hope

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Project Aware Website

Project Aware State-wide Resources

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Substance Abuse
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Nov. 2017 Newsletter
Substance Abuse

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Teen Stress Reduction Information Brief

Nov. 2017 Newsletter
Identifying and Managing Stresss in Teens

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Promoting Coping Strategies in Youth

February Newsletter

 

 

 

 


Other Helpful PBIS Resources for Families 

Below is a short list of other resources to help parents learn about PBIS:

Finally, samples and templates of behavior matrices and reward charts that can be helpful when implementing PBIS at home can be found at http://www.wifacets.org/sites/default/files/docs/pbis_home_documents.pdf