3rd Annual Northern California
PBIS/School Climate Symposium
April 4, 2017
10:55 am-12:05 pm
A1 -Scaling-Up Multi-tiered Systems of Supports Statewide Initiative (SUMS) and Implementing MTSS District-Wide
Rhonda Beasley, Kathy Whal, Dr. Jeanette Rodriguez-Chien, Dr. Rebecca Mendiola, SCCOE
Rose DuMond and Linda Row, Morgan Hill USD
This presentation will provide an overview of California's Scale-Up Multi-Tiered System of Supports Statewide Initiative (SUMS) and the role of the County Office of Education in its implementation. The SUMS Initiative focuses on the whole child by restructuring the educational system to create a culture of shared responsibility, collaboration and system alignment between the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional realms to ensure that the needs of all students are met. Participants will also hear from Morgan Hill Unified School District leaders about the collaborative process they went through to develop and implement a school-based, district-wide Multi-Tiered System of Support for academics and behavior.
MTSS and Morgan Hill.pptx
A2 – Human Trafficking
Vanessa Russell, PROTECT/Love Never Fails
Join us for a workshop on PROTECT, a new statewide program designed to reduce the vulnerability of California’s children to human trafficking. PROTECT, a joint collaboration between three nonprofits, provides educational curriculum for students and training for educators and county leadership through a Cisco Learning Management System. Our workshop will feature PROTECT’s Human Trafficking 101, which covers the different types of sex and labor trafficking, recruiting tactics of traffickers, legal aspects of trafficking, and how to report human trafficking or suspected incidences of trafficking. Our workshop will also include PROTECT’s Human Trafficking 103, which covers red flags and warning signs of sex and labor trafficking and describes how PROTECT collaborates with counties to establish response protocols, resulting in more trafficking-free communities.
A2 PROTECT Overview_040317_SS.pptx
A3– The Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention
Andrea Flores Shelton, Vanessa Bolton, and Lidia Doniz, Violence Prevention Program, Santa Clara County Public Health Department
The public health approach to violence prevention is to influence change at the individual, relationship, community and societal levels. The workshop will introduce three violence prevention campaigns and strategies that promote healthy teen relationships, foster positive social connections and expand policies and practices that increase protective factors. At this workshop, the facilitators will interactively share tools to support positive school climate initiatives and provide youth and adult allies with opportunities for action.
A4- Restorative Practices, PBIS, & the Culturally Responsive Nexus
Dr. Ammar Saheli, CEO, Saheli7 Educational Consulting and Director of Student Support Services, San Lorenzo USDThrough this engaging presentation Dr. Saheli will share and discuss the critical nexus between PBIS, Restorative Practices, and Cultural Responsiveness. The successful implementation of PBIS requires a critical equity and a social justice mindset of advocacy. Additionally, Restorative Practices theory and action components must be properly defined for a true implementation of systems that offer opportunities for deep community to be established and harm repaired.
Restorative Practices PBIS the Cultural Responsiveness Nexus.pdf
Santa Clara PBIS Conference 2017.pdf
A5 – PBIS Exemplar - Continuation HS Model
Seth Tanner, Steve Alvarado; Melissa Gonzalez, Mt. Toro Continuation High School, Salinas Union High School District
This workshop will explore successful PBIS strategies as it relates to a continuation high school setting. Participants will gain valuable insight and tangible evidence which they can apply in developing a positive climate conducive to student learning with “at risk” youth.
PBIS Exemplar Continuation HS Model Mt Toro.pptx
B1 – PBIS Overview
Dr. Josh Harrower, CSUMB and Stephanie Tague, Santa Clara County Office of Education
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a multi-tiered systems framework for establishing the social culture and individual behavior supports needed for schools to achieve both social and academic success for all students.
At this introductory session, participants will receive an overview of the research supporting PBIS, PBIS alignment with educational laws and policies, and will explore the foundations of building a safe, predictable, consistent and positive school culture.
PBIS Overview Symposium 2017.ppt
B2 - Using Digital Tools to Enhance Tier 1
Jessica Rogers and Angelica Martinez, Salinas High School
Salinas High School will share their digital PBIS School-Wide lessons and walk through no-cost or low-cost digital tools used to create videos for staff development, lessons, posters, and acknowledgements. This session will provide participants with creative ideas that will enhance Tier 1 elements.
Using Digital Tools to Enhance Tier 1.pdf
B3 - CDC/SAMHSA Report on Suicide: What it Means for Schools
Evelyn Tirumalai, MPH, SCC Behavioral Health Services
The workshop will provide an overview of the results. It will provide an opportunity to learn about our county’s local suicide prevention efforts and resources available to schools cost-free through the Mental Health Services Act. It will also provide an opportunity for participants to learn how to get involved in local prevention and early intervention efforts. All participants will receive access codes to the online QPR Gatekeeper Training on Suicide Prevention.
B4 - A Multi-Tiered Approach to School Safety Planning
Ken Fitzgerald, Director of Safe and Supportive Schools for the Prevention Programs Department at the Stanislaus County Office of Education.
Schools everywhere are starting to use multi-tiered systems of support to strengthen student instruction and reduce behavior problems. This workshop will take a look at how this tool can also be used to develop effective school safety plans. Planning mandates will also be reviewed to help ensure compliance.
B4 MTSS and School Safety Planning.pdf
B5 – Minor Consent & Confidentiality for Sexual Health Services in California
Mahal Villagomez, MPH, Santa Clara County Public Health Department, STD/HIV Prevention & Control
Jasmin Delgado, MPH, California Department of Public Health’s Sexually Transmitted Disease Control Branch
This course provides a broad overview of the laws that impact minors and their access to confidential sexual health services in California. This course includes information about school release policies and discussion on the different roles of clinical providers and educators.
Minor Consent and Confidentiality for Sexual Health Services in California.pdf
C1 - PBIS District Leadership Team and Sustainability
Susan Barrett, Mid-Atlantic PBIS Network
Participants will learn about the critical features of SW PBS at the state and district level. The Implementation Blueprint and the Professional Development Blueprint and companion workbook will be shared and discussed.
Participants will also learn about phases of implementation, and the training process.
District Team April 2017 (1).pptx
Alignment Brief. for posting.1.16.17 (2).docx
Detailed Training Plan.docx
PBIS Coach and District Coord Year at a glance final 3.27.17 .doc
PBIS Tier 1 and 2 Team leaders year at a glance 3.24.17.doc
Est District Eval Plan S. Barrett.pptx
C2 – Digital Safety
Angela Alvarado, Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney
Participants will learn current youth trends in social media and technology as it relates to school/law enforcement response.
C3 –Creating Safe Climates for LGBTQ Students
Cassie Blume and Adrienne Keel, LGBTQ Youth Space
This presentation will give a brief overview of concepts of sexual orientation and gender identity. Participants will become more familiar with terminology and practical ways to engage with students on these topics. Panelists from the LGBTQ Youth Space Speakers' Bureau will then share their diverse experiences with identity and school climates. Speakers will then take questions from attendees on how youth and young adults view safe and healthy school climates.
Creating Safe Climates for LGBTQ Youth .pptx
C4 – Integrating Trauma Informed Practices with a Multi-tiered System of Support
Dr. Lucille Eber, Mid-West PBIS Network
This session will provide an overview on trauma and its impact on students and strategies for neutralizing the impact of trauma in student behavior. Examples of evidence-based interventions for supporting students with challenging behaviors related to trauma within a multi-tiered system of support will be shared.
Integrating Trauma Informed Approaches within MTSS.pptx
C5–School Linked Services: Leveraging School-Community-Family Partnership
Julie Duran, Morgan Hill Unified School District, Lily Vu, Behavioral Health Services Department and Cha See, Behavioral Health Services Department
This presentation will provide an overview of the School Linked Services (SLS) initiative, a county effort to streamline service coordinator and family engagement efforts at some schools in Santa Clara County. Discussion on one of the SLS essential elements, Campus Collaborative, will help participants learn more about the SLS model in creating a school-community-family partnership in improving school climate and family wellbeing.
School Linked Services Leveraging School Community Family Partnership.pdf
April 5, 2017
D1-An Overview of Wraparound as a Tier III Intervention Process (Part 1 of 2)
Dr. Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network
Wraparound is a comprehensive process for building collaborative teams with individual students, their families, and teachers to build supports across home, school, and community settings. This session will describe the principles and features examples of wraparound, and the skill sets used to design and implement effective family-centered, wraparound teams and plans.
An Overview of Wraparound as a Tier III Intervention Process .pptx
D2- T2 Trauma Transformed: Importance of Understanding Trauma (Part 1 of 2)
Maretta Juarez, Behavioral Health Services Department, Guadalupe Garcia, Probation Department, Misty McNay, Social Services Agency
T2 - Trauma Transformed is a regional initiative bringing together 7 Bay Area Counties to build a trauma-informed system of care that improves the way we understand, respond to, and heal trauma. This is a regional acknowledgement that if we are to practice in ways informed by our knowledge of trauma, then a comprehensive and common understanding of trauma is our necessary starting point. To this end, T2 is offering a regional plan for dissemination of such common understanding and knowledge (TIS 101). The trauma-informed principles of recovery and resiliency is integrated into our process of teaching.
Trauma Transformed Overview.pdf
D3 – LETS Bring Change to Mind to Your High School
Leanne Loughan, MPH, Program Director, LETS Bring Change to Mind
Gabriel Welcher, MA, PPSC, SDC Program Counselor, Leland High School
Attendees can expect to learn more about the evidence-based, LETS BC2M high school club program; it's background, implementation and benefits. In just 18 months, this mental health awareness initiative has been launched in 52 Bay Area high schools. Working from the teen-perspective up, these LETS BC2M clubs enable students to become change makers within their school and community.LL. Bring Change 2 Mind. prezi.pdf
Addressing MH_Suicide at Leland 12_19_16.pdf
D4- Building Capacity of Schools in Monterey County through Collaboration and Training
Esther Rubio, Monterey County Office of Education and Reba Morga, Salinas Union HSD
Participants will learn how collaboration between the County Office of Education and school districts increases capacity of schools to implement PBIS with fidelity.
D4 Supporting County Offices of Education with District-wide PBIS Implementation in California.pptx
D5-Brief Intervention for Substance-Using Adolescents
Ira Sachnoff, Peer Resource Training & Consulting
In this workshop people will walk away learning about a Brief Intervention research based program that provides scripted motivational interviewing based sessions that work in school or community based settings for adolescents using Drugs and Alcohol . This program involves 2-3 one on one sessions with a young person , often in lieu of suspension. The sessions are meant to assist students in addressing their AOD use and consider options to decrease or end its use. Info on where to get free training will be distributed.
Brief Intervention for Substance-Using Adolescents.ppt
E1-An Overview of Wraparound as a Tier III Intervention Process (Part 2 of 2)
Dr. Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network
Wraparound is a comprehensive process for building collaborative teams with individual students, their families, and teachers to build supports across home, school, and community settings. This session will describe the principles and features examples of wraparound, and the skill sets used to design and implement effective family-centered, wraparound teams and plans
E2- T2 Trauma Transformed (Part 2 of 2)
Maretta Juarez, Misty McNay, Guadalupe Garcia, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services
E3- Bullying Prevention: Student Perspectives, Social Media, and Navigating Boundaries Within School Communities
Dr. Roxana Marachi and Sergeant Brian Spears
This workshop will provide an overview of research highlighting student perspectives about the most effective and least effective bullying prevention strategies. We will also discuss the need for attention to current communication trends and challenges as school staff navigate ways to respond to and support student needs while maintaining healthy boundaries on social media.
E4- Increasing Teachers Use of Evidence Based Positive Classroom Behavior Supports
Susan Barrett, Mid-Atlantic PBIS Network
This session describes process of embedding Positive Classroom Behavioral Supports into SW-PBIS professional learning curriculum. A scope and sequence, data tools, and fidelity measures to progress monitor and enhance implementation will be provided.
Increasing Teachers Use of Evidence Based PCBS 4.2017 (1).pptx
E5-Sex Ed that Grows with a Child: A Community-Wide Approach to Adolescent Sexual Health
Abigail Karlin-Resnick and Perryn Reis, Health Connected
Participants in this workshop will learn to identify key sources of sexual health information for adolescents and pre-adolescents, and how each of those sources play a critical role in broadly-defined sex ed. Participants will be able to articulate the value of implementing a longitudinal approach to adolescent sexual health that impacts multiple adolescent health influencers and identify three strategies for how to implement a community-wide approach to sexual health education in their local community.
Sex Ed that Grows with a child.pptx
Sex Ed that Grows with a Child.pdf
F1- Coaching for PBIS Impact
Susan Barrett, Mid-Atlantic PBIS Network
Coaching functions are complex and occur across all levels of implementation. A new term called “systems coach” is being used to describe technical assistance providers who create the conditions for job embedded team and staff development. Learn about new tools, materials and discuss your lessons around systems coaching.
Coaching for Impact.pptx
F2- Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force Safe School Campus Initiative
Israel Canjura, City of San Jose Parks & Recreation Department
Participants will be provided with an overview of the Safe School Campus Initiative Model and learn the benefits of the model to the youth, schools, and community.
F3- High School PBIS Implementation – Strategies for Tiers 1 and 2
Mark Camilleri, Kristin Evans, Elizabeth Martinez Delgado, Carol Guertin, San Jose USD
Gunderson High School (San Jose Unified School District) will present their PRIDE program: challenges and successes. Having established a solid Tier 1 effort, our team is building Tier 2 strategies to support students and staff. Learn how we work to sustain universal supports while building Tier 2 interventions, given time and resource constraints.
F3-Presentation slides NEW.pptx
F4- Innovative Tier 2 Structures and Supports in Castro Valley Unified
Marian Meadows, Castro Valley USD
Attendees can expect an overview of the roll-out of Tier 2 PBIS in Castro Valley and highlights of unique and innovative site-based Tier 2 Supports and the Coordination of Service Team (COST) Model.
F5- Peace in Schools: Bringing Mindfulness into the Classroom
Shelley Swan, Executive Director of Carry the Vision
Participants will learn and engage in mindfulness, learn and practice breathing exercises for personal use and to share with others, and how to bring mindfulness into your classroom, home, workplace, and community.
PBIS mindfulness in schools (web).pptx
Finger Hold Breath.pdf
Deep Listening Chime Meditation .pdf
Invisible Ball Breathing.pdf
Benefits and Research of Meditation in Schools.pdf