Trauma- Informed PBIS K-12

Trauma-Informed Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a multi-tiered behavioral framework for enhancing the adoption of PBIS through a trauma-informed lens, while supporting staff wellness. This pathway will provide trauma-informed practices to support ALL students, including those who have experienced trauma.

NOTE: The following criteria must be met to participate in this pathway.
  • Completed three years of PBIS training
  • Earned 70% or greater fidelity at Tier One on the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI)
  • Enroll a minimum of 4 team members, including an administrator, to attend
(Regional Training)

Required Courses

  • Day 1: Introduction to Integrating Trauma-Informed Practices into your PBIS system.
  • Day 2: Implementing a Culturally Responsive Systems and Practices
  • Day 3: Tier Two systems through a trauma-informed lens. Incorporation of School Mental Health (SMH) practices within an Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF) to prevent and identify mental health needs and supports.
  • Day 4 & 5: Introduction to Restorative Practices: Learning practical strategies to build strong, healthy relationships and community
    Using Restorative Circles Effectively: Discovering how to optimally utilize circles for community building, social-emotional development, problem solving, and academics.

Supplemental courses

  • PBIS Bootcamp
  • Bullying Prevention and Interventions for School Sites
  • Reinforcements
  • Behavioral Supports
  • Visual Supports for All Students
  • Creating Responsive Classrooms
  • Social Skills Groups
  • Supporting and Understanding Students from Adverse Background

Intended Audience

Paraprofessionals, general education teacher, special education teachers, site administrators, district administrators

LCAP Priorities

  • Pupil Achievement
  • Pupil Engagement
  • School Climate
  • Parent Involvement

multi-tiered systems of support ties 1 through 3