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2019 June Tier 1 Schoolwide PBIS Training Institutes

Schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Training Institutes

Tier 1

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) gives educators a new way to think about behavior and is a framework for assisting school personnel in adopting and organizing evidence-based behavioral interventions to increase academic and social behavior outcomes for ALL students. Outcomes of implementing PBIS include:

  • Decreased bully behavior
  • Increased academic performance
  • Increased safety
  • Decreased problem behavior
  • Creates positive school cultures that makes a school a more effective and equitable learning environment
  • Builds capacity for educators to implement effective evidence based practices

2019 June Schoolwide PBIS Tier 1 Training Institute Dates

Southwest North Southeast
Day 1-4 June 10th – 13th, 2019

Location: TBD

June 18th – 21st, 2019

Location: TBD

June 24th – 27th, 2019

Location: TBD

*Professional Education Credits Available

Cost: $4000 per team of 5
(1 identified Implementation Leader, 1 Administrator, and 3 Additional School Staff Members)

  • $800 per additional member (includes all 4 days)
  • Training cost includes: Team Registration Fee & Team Training Materials

Registration Deadline: May 17, 2019. Limited space available!


Many schools participating in the 2017-2018 PBIS Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 Training Institutes have utilized several state, district, and/or local funds to cover the cost of training, including:

  • Title I and Title II Funds
  • Safe and Drug Free School Funds
  • Parent Teacher Organization Funds
  • School Improvement Funds

*These funding sources continue to be possible options for covering the cost to participate in the June 2019 PBIS Training Institutes and other professional development opportunities through the Idaho Positive Behavior Network. 

More information on Safe and Drug Free School Funds can be found at:

For questions, please contact:

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Boise State University Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies