PBIS Recognition, Visitation and Showcase

Each year the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) Network via the 16 Ohio State Support Teams (SST) recognizes schools for their quality and fidelity of PBIS implementation. Schools are eligible to receive awards at the bronze, silver or gold level of distinction. The 130 school and districts receiving 2018 awards were recognized at the annual Ohio PBIS Showcase.

The 130 schools and districts that received 2018 PBIS award recognition are available to view at the Ohio Department of Education website education.ohio.gov. 2018 Award-Winning Schools.

Schools interested in applying for a 2019 PBIS Recognition Award should start preparations early and consult with their regional SST. The application and related resources for schools interested in pursuing recognition awards are listed below.   
PBIS Recognition and Implementation Guide

Other documents related to fidelity of implementation and recognition are listed here 

Award-Winning PBIS Visitation Sites
Some of the schools receiving the 2017 Ohio PBIS Recognition Awards allow neighboring schools to visit their building and observe their PBIS implementation. A list of the award-winning visitation sites can be viewed with the following link: Award-Winning Visitation Sites
 


Ohio PBIS Showcase

 

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More than 600 individuals attended the fourth annual Ohio PBIS Showcase on Nov. 29-30, 2018. The showcase featured presentations from 39 high-performing Ohio PBIS schools and more than 30 poster presentations. Real life applications of PBIS in preschool through high school settings were shared in the two-day event. The state superintendent of public instruction, Paolo DeMaria, gave energizing opening remarks at the conference.
 
The conference also highlighted the bronze, silver and gold awards received by the 130 Ohio PBIS schools. The conference was held at the Crowne Plaza North-Worthington in central Ohio. 

An even bigger Ohio PBIS Showcase is planned for 2019! Look for registration details in October.

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