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Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports is a decision-making framework that guides selection, integration and implementation of the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for ALL students.   
Technical Assistance:
Technical assistance is available to help school personnel effectively manage student behavior in the environment, from whole campus to the individual student.

TBSI and Nonviolent Crisis Prevention Intervention Trainings:
TBSI On-Line Training
Nonviolent Crisis Prevention (CPI)


    Non-Violent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, nonharmful behavior management system designed to help human service professionals provide the best possible Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security of disruptive, assaultive, and out-of-control individuals even during their most violent moments. 


Recorded Webinars:

Restorative Discipline
In schools, Restorative Discipline is part of the Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS).  Restorative Discipline could include interventions when harm has happened as well as community building, and academic interventions that support the development of strong and powerful relationships. 

Key Principles of Restorative Justice:
  •  Interpersonal relationships: Affirming positive interpersonal relationships in the school community without exclusion and deficit theorizing that places blame on individual children, families, or other persons
  • Personal dignity: Preserving the personal dignity of all members of the school community, encompassing the idea that every person belongs, is valued  and cared for, and has the right to be treated fairly 
  •   Mutual respect and understanding: Sharing each person’s perspective about what happened in conflict, accompanied by respect for different views as constructed realities with strong personal meaning for each participant
  •   Restorative conferencing: Commitment to conflict resolution and restoration of positive interpersonal relationships through conversation in a safe     environment
  •   Restitution: Agreement regarding what needs to happen to set things right, defuse conflict, and restore positive relationships

Behavior Tools (click here) 


ESC Contacts:
Elementary/Middle School/High School:
Alicia Holligan
Behavior Specialist
(806) 281-5879
aholligan@esc17.net
Headstart/Preschool:
Anna Phillips Education Specialist
Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD) & Autism
(806) 281-5891
aphillips@esc17.net
Support Staff Personnel:
Annette Corrales
Student Support Services
(806) 281-5715
acorrales@esc17.net
We are passionately committed to developing and nurturing healthy, thriving learning communities across Region 17 by guiding and supporting schools in their quest for excellence.

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