Middle Georgia RESA School Climate Specialists and Regional PBIS District Coordinators attend the January Professional Development meeting with the GADOE
Bibb County hosts PBIS Awareness week
December 10 - 14, 2018
Events were intended to encourage and celebrate positive behaviors while educating stakeholders about PBIS.
The GADOE has announced Levels of Recognition for all schools implementing PBIS. Out of 15 Distinguished schools, 4 are found in Middle Georgia!!
Howard Middle School in Bibb County
Rutland High School in Bibb County
Elam Alexander Academy at Burke
Elam Alexander Academy at Northeast
For a complete listing of schools in Middle Georgia, check out your County under PBIS in Middle Georgia...
Dr. Jim Finch Receives Prestigious PBIS Award
Mary Persons High School Principal Dr. Jim Finch has been selected as the national award winner for the prestigious Association for Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) "Ted Carr Award." Dr. Finch was nominated by the Georgia PBIS team for the tremendous work he has done over the years as an exceptional high school principal implementing and sustaining PBIS in an outstanding high school.
Middle Georgia PBIS District Coordinators attend the annual kickoff meeting with the Department of Education
Summer Shout Outs!!
Jones County Schools
Wells Elementary and Turner Woods Elementary both spent some summer days developing their PBIS in the Classroom action plan for the upcoming school year!! Way to go above and beyond!!
Bibb County Schools
On July 24, at the 2018 PBIS Back to School Bash, Bibb County served over 1,681 people from the community! There were 38 vendors and over 50 District and community volunteers! Families received school uniforms, school supplies, bus passes and community & District resources ALL at one location! The bash ended having served ALL the families that attended.
Peach County held their 1st PBIS District Leadership Team
The Peach County PBIS District Leadership Team met June 16, 2018 with School Climate Specialists and the DOE to develop an Implementation Plan for PBIS. District leaders reviewed data and discussed the district's strengths and opportunities for growth. Peach County Superintendent Dr. Lionel Brown stated...
We will use the implementation of PBIS as a tool to improve public perception. Discipline and attendance problems have been a challenge. Building relationships with students, parents and the community will establish a positive school climate!