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A Statement on the Recent Weather Events

Natural disasters and traumatic events are not normal or routine events and therefore significantly disrupt our daily routines.  The recent weather events have had substantial impact on and will continue to present challenges to families, schools, and communities.  Everyone is affected and no one is exempt.  As individuals struggle to cope with these stressful situations, human interactions can often become strained and the need to support each other is stronger than ever.  Personnel at the Offices of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) and Special Education Programs (OSEP) in the U.S. Department of Education are aware of and concerned about the major work in front of families, communities, and schools.  In response, they have created a website to ensure continuation of educational services while restoring the environment:  https://www.ed.gov/hurricane-help.

Current Updates for 'What's New?'

2017 Leadership Forum Presentation Page

TypeTitleDateContent Page
PresentationDoubling Up/Down on Prevention and Behavioral Sciences11/15/17Presentations
PBIS BriefIssue 26 - Nov 2017
What are the Economic Costs of Implementing SWPBIS in Comparison to the benefits from Reducing Suspensions?
11/08/17Evaluation Briefs

Featured Upcoming Events

Please join us in an SCTG webinar: "Adding Check-in/Check-out to MTSS" presented by Rob Horner on November 16th 2017.
Meeting Name:  SCTG Webinar Series: Adding Check-in/ Check-out to MTSS
Presented by: Rob Horner.
Summary: Check-in/ Check-out (CICO) is the most frequently implemented Tier II practice within PBIS.  This webinar will focus on:

(a) the rationale for CICO
(b) when a school should consider adoption of CICO
(c) the core features of CICO
(d) common barriers (and solutions) encountered during adoption of CICO.

When:  11/16/2017
Time:  10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
To join the webinar: https://uoecs.adobeconnect.com/sctgwebinar19/
Dial in Audio Conference Number(s): USA: +1-8668149555
Conference Code: 1996359029

Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference