Over 375 teachers, administrators, and staff from the Early Childhood program and many others attended the 2015 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) conference held in Central Oregon. This is the 6th year for the PBIS conference with Dr. Rob Horner as their keynote speaker. Rob Horner is the Alumni-Knight endowed professor of special education at the University of Oregon where he directs the Educational and Community Supports research unit.

Some of the break-out sessions include:

  • Bullying Prevention in PBIS
  • Keep Your Students In Class and On Task
  • Bullying Prevention in PBIS Part 2: Student Ownership
  • Individual Problem Solving for Students with Intensive Needs
  • Creating a Safe and Positive Playground with Systematic Supervision
  • Using Behavior Data with Academic Data for Yellow and Red Zone Interventions   
  • Reaching the Needs of Students in Poverty

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