Cohort 17 Application Available!

Teams can apply for Cohort 17 School-Wide PBIS training (Summer 2021-Spring 2023) on our Application for School Training webpage here! Applications are due by February 8, 2021.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact your Regional Coordinator.

Winter Cohort Training Materials Available

Welcome back school teams from Cohorts 15 & 16! Training materials available below:
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PBIS Guidance for Distance and Hybrid Settings

Thanks for continuing to share information about your distance learning plans to help other schools support the positive and prosocial behaviors to meet the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of all students.
Here are a few simple recommendations below from the National Center on PBIS to create a PBIS behavior teaching matrix for distance and hybrid learning models:

  • Keep the same school-wide behavior expectations.
  • Include online activities in your settings.
  • Consider online-specific behaviors that need to be taught.
  • Teach directly. Don't just post it.

More details in the practice guide Creating a PBIS Behavior Teaching Matrix for Remote Instruction, including an example matrix (pdf) courtesy of Grandview Middle School, Westonka Public Schools ISD 277.

Check out the continuously updated Minnesota PBIS & Distance Learning resource site for more examples.


What is PBIS?

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a framework for organizing strategies to enhance academic and social outcomes using databased decision making. Description here in Minnesota Statute 122A.627. Research supporting PBIS: More info about PBIS>

PBIS Recognition Schools/Districts

The list of Sustaining Exemplar Schools and Districts for 2019-2020 is available! More info about exemplars here>

Winter Cohort Materials

Winter cohort presentations and tools for November 2020 trainings are available here:
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PBIS Recommendations

Find recommendations for common experiences that schools encounter after implementing PBIS over time. More info about PBIS Recommendations>