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Interested in POP/PBIS? Project Coordinator: Corda Ladd Kinzie, MSN corda@roadrunner.com or 446-2160 Aroostook County: Dave Ouellette, CACE david.w.ouellette@umpi.edu or 768-9590 Washington County: Betty Jordan, WCC wcc@maine.edu or 255-1219 Northern Penobscot County: Ann Davis, NWP adavis@pwless.net or 746-3092 Southern Penobscot County: Owen Maurais, PREP owen.maurais@umit.maine.edu or 581-3651 The Maine Support Network is overseeing the Project and can be reached at 1 (866) 291-0004 or www.m
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  Continuum of School-Wide Instructionaland Positive Behavioral Support  Maine Partnership of Partnerships PBIS   Positive Behavioral Intervention& Support Project   Enhancing the capacity of schools and families to develop and sustain the use of Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support with all children. Primary Prevention: School/Classroom-Wide Systems for All Students, Staff, and Settings Secondary Prevention: Specialized Group Systems forStudents With At-Risk Behavior  Tertiary Prevention: Specialized Individualized Systems forStudents With High At-Risk Behavior Interested in POP/PBIS?  Project Coordinator: Corda Ladd Kinzie, MSNcorda@roadrunner.comor 446-2160 Aroostook County: Dave Ouellette, CACEdavid.w.ouellette@umpi.eduor 768-9590 Washington County: Betty Jordan, WCC wcc@maine.eduor 255-1219Northern Penobscot County: Ann Davis, NWPadavis@pwless.netor 746-3092Southern Penobscot County: Owen Maurais, PREPowen.maurais@umit.maine.eduor 581-3651 80 % - 90 % of students   7 % - 10 %of students3 % - 5 %                   Range of Offerings     Professional Development Topics:  Strengths-Based Positive Behavior Supports.  Positive Behavior Supports: Tier 1.  Social Skills for Each and Every Student.  Teaching Students How to Manage and Monitor TheirBehavior Using Data.  Collaborative Problem Solving: Student Skill Building.  PBIS: Teaming for Success.  School-Wide Expectations: Tier 1.  Progress Monitoring: Collecting Data to SupportDecisions.  Individualized PD designed to meet needs of school teams.  School/District Regional Level Resources Include:  PBIS Coaches for school teams.  Presenters for school/district professional development.  Technical Assistance for school teams to ensure success.  Regional Professional Development events: CollaborativeProblem Solving.  Individualized Support for teacher or school-wide datacollection for Tier 2 and 3 students.  Distance Learning Opportunities Include:  Book Talks, Seminars, Coaching, Reflective Practice.    Groups via phone conferencing, Adobe Connect, Polycom,and Tandberg.  Moodle.   Additional Resources  MSN Lending Library.  PBIS Website: www.mainesupportnetwork.org/pbis. The Maine Support Network is overseeing the Project and can bereached at 1 (866) 291-0004 or www.mainesupportnetwork.org. We have a variety of offerings that you may be interested in. Pleasecontact us for more information on any of the following:
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