• Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a systems approach for establishing a safe and supportive learning environment to promote social, behavioral, and academic success for all students and a framework (not a packaged program) for developing a common vision, language and practices used consistently across the school to:

     

    1. improve school climate;

    2. strengthen relationships;

    3. teach and reinforce expectations;

    4. increase positive behaviors, academic achievement and equitable learning experiences; and

    5. decrease office referrals and suspensions.

     

    Mental and behavioral health and wellness efforts are also supported across all three tiers of instruction to promote academic and social success for students. Targeted and intensive interventions are provided to support the learning needs of students.

     

    Loudoun County Public Schools began implementing the PBIS framework in 2007. Since 2012, all LCPS schools implement PBIS as a prevention and intervention framework. With a strong Tier 1 PBIS framework in place across the division, we are committed to identifying how we can embed, or are embedding, equitable practices into school-wide behavioral prevention practices and interventions, we well as how we can increase responsiveness to the diverse cultures and communities served by our schools. Seldens Landing Elementary School has two PBIS Coaches who support the school-based PBIS Team and serve as liaisons between the PBIS administrative team and their school. Seldens' PBIS Coaches are the school counselors: Annie Brinker and Rebecca Twentey. Please feel free to click on either counselor's name to send them an email with any questions or feedback you may have about PBIS at Seldens Landing.

     

    For more information and/or resources related to PBIS in LCPS please visit the MTSS PBIS Library Site.

Last Modified on November 1, 2021