For parents who are looking for concrete ways to support PBIS in your children’s schools, this website is the place for you. You will see examples from a Colorado elementary school that provides examples of how to work with parents. One piece that is particularly helpful is a chart that lists Dr. Joyce Epstein’s list of ways to become engaged and specific strategies that relate to each of these categories. Other samples include letters to send home with students and sample newsletters.
This toolkit was created under the Engaging Families Initiative in Boston Massachusetts. It contains strategies and tools to help schools improve how they involve families and children in their after school programs. There are self-assessment tools, checklists, strategies for hiring staff, tips for developing a family engagement plan, connecting with community organizations,
This document contains tips and suggestions for preparing for the IEP meeting, during the meeting, concluding the meeting, and follow up. This resource is found on the Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MiBLSi).