What if you could build a positive school climate by recognizing positive student behavior?
What if you could create a matrix of behaviors to recognize throughout your school?
(Piece of cake!)
What if your PBIS initiative was simple to use for both admins and teachers?
What if you could brainstorm with other educators to exchange ideas and best practices?
(Let’s do it!)
The 2020 PBIS Rewards Conference will give K-12 educators and administrators two days of fun and learning about all things PBIS. We’ll have special session tracks, keynote speakers, opportunities for networking, and so much more.
Save the Date
The 2020 PBIS Rewards Conference will take place June 8-9, 2020 in St. Louis, Missouri. We’ve reserved conference space at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet, where attendees can enjoy the amenities found in the Westport Plaza business and entertainment complex. There will be a group rate available on a first-come-first-served basis, so you can bring your whole PBIS team.
This two-day conference will be a great opportunity to expand your knowledge about PBIS and network with other educators. Session topics will include:
- PBIS Best Practices
- Social/Emotional Learning
- Building a Solid PBIS Foundation
- Restorative Justice
- School Safety
- Getting Families and Communities Involved
- PBIS Rewards
- … and more!
Is your school a PBIS success story? Are you using PBIS Rewards to build a positive school climate? We want to hear all about it! Visit our Call for Proposals page and submit your proposal highlighting your school’s PBIS successes. It’s a great opportunity to help other schools get the same benefits from PBIS!
Keynote Speakers and Session Presenters
Working with children and teens can be challenging at times. The PBIS Rewards 2020 Conference is pleased to present our keynote speaker, Joshua Wayne. Joshua is a certified counselor who works with parents and educators to prevent risky teen behavior. His keynote will focus on helping attendees understand the risky behaviors common in teens as well as providing strategies to reduce these behaviors.
Keynote speakers and session presenters Jessica and John Hannigan are the authors of Don’t Suspend Me! An Alternative Discipline Toolkit. Jessica is an Educational Consultant, adjunct professor, and author of The PBIS Tier One Handbook. John is an award-winning school principal in addition to his roles as author and speaker. Their keynote and session presentation will focus on alternatives to traditional discipline within a PBIS framework.
Meet PBIS Rewards in St. Louis!
If you’ve ever wanted to meet some of the people who make PBIS Rewards possible, come to the conference! We’ll have staff members on hand to answer your PBIS Rewards questions and listen to your feedback about our digital PBIS management system.
We can’t wait to meet you at the PBIS Rewards 2020 Conference! Sign up to get notified when registration opens.
See you in St. Louis!