Introduction to PBIS

First Looks at Implementation

Welcome to SW-PBIS

We are excited to be working with you! The resources included here are made available for you to explore with your faculty . We hope that you find them useful for reference. We will also periodically seek your thoughts through surveys and forms. Your participation will be important for guiding our professional learning plans.


An Article To Review

The National Center for PBIS provides a short article that gives you a glimpse of the outcomes and purposes of PBIS implementation. It is linked below at What is SWPBS?

What is a social skills curriculum?

A key element of implementation is preventative practice. Through our professional learning opportunities together, you will have opportunities to analyze data to determine predictable patterns in behavior. Then we will work together to determine key life skills and core values for your community. You will organize, define, and teach them across school settings. You will have access to technical assistance around evidence based practices throughout the process. An example artifact is below.

We would like to know what you think.

Please click on the google form below to answer a few quick prompts about behavior. The data is anonymous and your candor is appreciated!


PBIS Systems Coach

Sophia Farmer

Project Coordinator

VDOE T/TAC at Radford University

PBIS Systems Coach

Melissa Lisanti

Project Coordinator

VDOE T/TAC at Radford University

PBIS Systems Coach

Laurie Sallee


Project Coordinator

VDOE T/TAC at Radford University