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Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) and Cohort Schools

P.B.I.S. Cohort Schools (Pilot) 2010

Bel Air Elementary

El Monte Elementary

Rio Vista Elementary

Oak Grove Middle School

Riverview Middle School

Ygnacio Valley High School

P.B.I.S. Cohort 2 Schools

Bel Air Elementary

Cambridge Elementary

Delta View Elementary

El Monte Elementary

Fair Oaks Elementary

Hidden Valley Elementary

Highlands Elementary

Pleasant Hill Elementary

Rio Vista Elementary

Shore Acres Elementary

Sun Terrace Elementary

Westwood Elementary

Wren Elementary

El Dorado Middle School

Oak Grove Middle School

Pleasant Hill Middle School

Riverview Middle School

Mt Diablo High School

Olympic High School

Ygnacio Valley High School

P.B.I.S. COHORT 3 SCHOOLS

Ayers Elementary

Bancroft Elementary

Gregory Gardens Elementary

Meadow Homes Elementary

Monte Gardens Elementary

Mt. Diablo Elementary

Valle Verde Elementary

Walnut Acres Elementary

Woodside Elementary

Valley View Middle School

College Park High School

 

Why P.B.I.S.?

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) has a three-tiered model of interventions address Academic Systems and Behavioral Systems.  The  MDUSD Equity Leadership, Equity Advisory and site leadership teams will review and analyze data regarding site and district suspension and expulsion rates, academic progress and attendance, specifically among students of color, and make recommendations to identify district “Bright Spots” including showcasing best practices of what schools are doing to make connections, create relevancy and implement restorative practices. What is monitored and measured, matters. There is a strong correlation between student engagement and lowered incidences of poor behavior .                           

~ Lisa Murphy Oates, Equity Administrator

 

Welcome to Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports!

Ayers Elementary Bancroft Elementary

Gregory Gardens

Monte Gardens Elementary
Mt. Diablo Elementary Meadow Homes Elementary
Valle Verde Elementary Walnut Acres Elementary
Woodside Elementary Valley View Middle School
  College Park High School

 

 

P.B.I.S.

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