Exemplar Schools | Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support

Exemplar Schools | Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support



Exemplar Schools

Purpose

The purpose of the MO SW-PBS school recognitions is two-fold.  First, reviewing the criteria affords schools and districts the opportunity to accurately self-reflect on their progress implementing and sustaining SW-PBS.  Second, it affords the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education an opportunity to recognize those schools that have met the criteria in appreciation of their progress.
The bar is purposefully set high for a school to achieve any one of these criteria. Typically, it is a two to four year process for a school to achieve bronze, a three to six year process to achieve silver, and a five to eight year process to achieve gold. The number of years it takes to achieve each is lengthy because it involves true systems change, sustaining that change each year, and implementing processes to support students and staff across multiple indicators at all three tiers of prevention and intervention.  Some of the state’s most successful schools have taken a year to prepare and plan with their staff before implementing directly with students.
Intervention Essential Features - for Silver Level Recognition Application
FBA/BIP Rubric – for Gold Level Recognition Application

2014 Exemplar Schools

Three hundred and thirty-five Missouri schools were recognized for effective and comprehensive implementation at the ninth annual School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Summer Training Institute (STI) – Making Connections MO SW-PBS, Multi-Tiered Support Systems and Student Success beginning June 11, 2014. The STI was held at Tan-Tar-A, Lake Ozark, Missouri. More than 1,2500 educators attended the training. Press notice from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).  A letter of recognition was sent to Recognition Schools from Margie Vandeven, Deputy Commissioner Division of Learning Services, and Stephen Barr, Ed.D., Assistant Commissioner, Office of Special Education.
The training institute was sponsored by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the University of Missouri Center for Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports. Training was provided to school district personnel on a variety of research-based strategies to use with all students to establish and maintain school environments that support the academic and social behavioral success of all.  In addition, a variety of sessions regarding proven strategies for prevention and intervention of problem behavior were included.   National, international and Missouri experts led the sessions.  Keynote speaker was Dr. George Sugai Director, Center for Behavioral Education & Research (CBER). Co-Director, Center of Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports. Professor, Special Education. Carole J. Neag Endowed Chair University of Connecticut
MO SW-PBS provides a link to websites of individual exemplar schools if they include information related to their implementation of SW-PBS.   The content of the individual websites is at the discretion of the schools creating them.
Here are the archives of past MO SW-PBS Recognition Schools:

District NameSchool NameRecognition Level
Belton 124Cambridge ElementaryBronze
Belton 124Gladden ElementaryBronze
Belton 124Mill Creek Upper ElementaryBronze
Genesis Charter SchoolGenesis Charter School 1st-8thBronze
Hickman Mills C-1Ruskin Heights High SchoolBronze
Hickman Mills C-1Santa Fe Accelerated ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33Attucks ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33Garfield ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33J. A. Rogers ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33James ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33John T. Hartman ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33M.L. King ElementaryBronze
Kansas City 33Success Academy at AndersonBronze
Kansas City 33Wendell Phillips ElementaryBronze
MSSDHelen Davis State SchoolBronze
North Kansas City 74Clardy ElementaryBronze
North Kansas City 74Fox Hill ElementaryBronze
Park HillUnion Chapel ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Blue Ridge ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Eastwood Hills ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Fleetridge ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Laurel Hills ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Little Blue ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2New Trails ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Norfleet ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Northwood ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown Central Middle SchoolBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown High SchoolBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown Middle SchoolBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown South High SchoolBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown South Middle SchoolBronze
Raytown C-2Raytown Success Academy AlternativeBronze
Raytown C-2Robinson ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Southwood ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Spring Valley ElementaryBronze
Raytown C-2Westridge ElementaryBronze
Excelsior Springs 40Elkhorn ElementarySilver
Excelsior Springs 40Excelsior Springs High SchoolSilver
North Kansas City 74Antioch MiddleSilver
North Kansas City 74Gracemor ElementarySilver
North Kansas City 74Maple Park MiddleSilver
North Kansas City 74Oakwood Manor ElementarySilver
Excelsior Springs 40Excelsior Springs Middle SchoolGold
Excelsior Springs 40Lewis ElementaryGold
Excelsior Springs 40Westview ElementaryGold

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