Welcome to the High School APBS Newsletter
We are very excited to offer a quarterly
HIGH SCHOOL SPECIFIC NEWSLETTER. Each quarter we will provide a school/practice highlight, upcoming HS specific events and resources to consider.
Cocoa High School is in their first year of implementation and they are LOVING It!
A High School Teacher Reviews Classroom Expectations

Please join us for the High School specific luncheon while you are participating at the forum. Detailed information available at the registration desk.
Friday 11:30 – 12:45
Structured Networking Session for Existing APBS Networks
Ashley MacSuga-Gage, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL This session provides existing APBS networks with the opportunity to learn more about each other and to hear vital network updates. Several networks will brie y present and time to share common concerns/ questions will be provided. This year the “The High School Network” will be represented in this session.
Saturday Morning (1/2 day workshop) 
With Fidelity, Aligning Initiatives, and Ensuring Sustainability of High School PBIS
Steve Goodman, Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative, Holland, MI; Patricia Hershfeldt, Mid-Atlantic PBIS Network, Baltimore, MD; Brigid Flannery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR; JoAnne Malloy, e Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
This session examines HS PBIS implementation fidelity, alignment of key initiatives, and steps to ensure sustainability. Discussion will include common challenges and best practices.
THE FIRST APBS HS Network webinar
Wednesday, May 9 at 2 pm
HS Implementation: Important Considerations and Available Resources
During the webinar we will cover the following considerations specific to high school implementation
·       Readiness features
·       Buy-in from administration, faculty, students.
Explore currently available resources (a virtual tour)