Interconnecting Systems of Support: School & Community
This webinar was held at 9am on Thursday, November 19, 2020. The live recording is below. A copy of the slides used in this presentation is available by clicking on the button below this text box.
This session will provide an overview of how LEAs and AEDY Programs can implement a multi-tiered system of support that promotes the social-emotional-behavioral and academic success of all students. A review of strategies, resources, tools, and examples will be shared. These materials will support LEAs and AEDY Programs with the integration of initiatives to support their efforts.
Kelly Perales is the Co-Director of the Midwest PBIS Network. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kelly has worked as both a school employed and community employed clinician and administrator. As a partner with the Center on PBIS, Kelly has supported states, districts and schools in the implementation and scale up of PBIS. Kelly has provided training, technical assistance, and coaching for school leaders and community mental health providers. In addition, has led local, regional and state level implementers in the early adoption of the Interconnected Systems Framework, focusing on the integration of mental health and PBIS. Kelly was the Implementation and Training Director for a National Institute of Justice, Random Control Trial Grant on Interconnected Systems Framework – a Project About Schools Safety. Currently, Kelly is the lead trainer for a NIMHD Violence Prevention Grant – Project RISE (Reducing Inequities in School Environments).