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Kenton County Schools receive PBIS recognition

Seventeen Kenton County Schools have received recognition from the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline (KYCID) for Positive Behavioral Instructional Supports (PBIS) 2012-2013 school year fidelity of implementation.

Four schools (Twenhofel, Summit View Middle, Scott and Beechgrove)  received PBIS banners for obtaining fidelity status for the first time.

The other 13 schools have in years past received their fidelity banners but will receive a sticker emblem to be displayed on their PBIS banner.  This is the result of the schools’ commitment to PBIS and sustainability over time.

Kenton County Schools data reveals a drop in discipline referrals while creating a school culture with pride for all students due to positive plan.

Representatives from each school received their emblem from Superintendent Dr. Terri Cox-Cruey during a PBIS District Meeting at Summit View Middle School on Wednesday, Sept. 4.

For more photos of the event, visit our photo gallery: http://www.kenton.kyschools.us/DistrictGallery.aspx?CategoryID=41220&schoolID=0

For a district video promoting PBIS in Kenton County Schools, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX2ENw_Atp0





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