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Safe and Inclusive Schools Program

Allies of all ages create safe and inclusive schools

Allies of all ages create safe and inclusive schools
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Positive Behavior Support and Intervention

What is PBIS? Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a decision-making framework that guides selection, integration and implementation of the best evidence-based behavioral practices for improving important behavior outcomes for all students. PBIS is not a curriculum, intervention or practice, but instead is a collaboration between district and school staff in designing behavioral support systems at each tier of an RtI2 system.

How does PBIS support Schools: 

  • Evidence-based approach for establishing a positive social culture in schools that involves systemic and individualized behavior support strategies for achieving social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior in all students.

  • The framework includes many evidence-based features:

    • Prevention focus

    • Team-based implementation

    • Continuum of intensive, individual interventions

    • On-going collection and use of data for decision making

    • Arrange consistent consequences for problem behavior

    • Acknowledge positive behavior

    • Define and teach positive social expectations

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HUSD BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF ALLIES: ENDING NAME CALLING

Elementary, Middle and High Schools including their YEP Programs, provide instruction and activities for students to develop their skills as Allies. Students deepen their empathy for the students who are hurt by bullying langauge. Students strengthen their abilities to address the bullying language of their peers and to act more thoughtfully about including any one who might seem islolated. Students participated in data talk lessons analyzing their own student survey results, created and participated in assemblies and student workshops, and decorated their schools with poetry, and art projects.  No Name Calling Week: Building A Community of Allies is part of a comprehensive program to build Safe, Inclusive and Respectful schools inclusive of all our diversity.

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Ally Week (Elementary, Middle and High School)

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HUSD Ally Weeks Throughout the Years

Ally Week in HUSD focuses on students developing their identity as an Ally, someone who is proactively respectful, validating, affirming and including all our community’s identities To accomplish this, Ally Week focuses on all our diversity (race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, socio-economic class, and physical and cognitive ability/challenge including of LGBTQ students, families and staff.    

For information and resources:

 

Lynn Bravewomon

Coordinator, Safe and Inclusive Schools Program

510-784-2600 ext 72801

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24411 Amador Street

Hayward, CA 94540-5000

Dates to Remember

 2013- 2014 Professional Development

**Advanced registration required for attendance at Professional Development Sessions. Contact Lynn Bravewomon

September:

   September 26, Teacher Leadership Teams: Middle and High School Student Campaigns to end Bullying and    Intolerance  (Kaiser/Not In Our Schools)  Level A: 8:30-3:30 

October:

  October 1:  ACOE 5:30-8:30 FREE Facing History and Ourselves: Teaching for Safe and Inclusive Classrooms: Examining Bullying and Ostracism in Schools register at:  http://www2.facinghistory.org 

>professional development > workshops

  October 15:   Elementary Curriculum development and district wide event planning  Large Elmhurst 8:30-3:30

  October 29: Middle and Elementary Solution Team Facilitator Training  Cadre #4 Day 1  Level A Conference Room 8:30-3:30

November :            

  November 19: Level A: 8:30-3:30 Teacher Leadership Teams: Middle and High School Student Campaigns to end Bullying and    Intolerance ( Kaiser/Not In Our Schools)  Level A Conference Room 8:30-3:30

 November 21: 9th grade supplemental Health Curriculum     Level A Conference Room 8:30-3:30

December:

December 16: Middle and Elementary Solution Team Facilitator Training  Cadre #4 Day 1  Level A Conference Room 8:30-3:30