8th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum

Welcome to the mobile guide for the NEPBIS Network Forum! In this guide you'll find a schedule of the conference, presenter information, session abstracts, as well as venue details.

Many thanks to our Northeast Advisory Group Members for all of your support!
  • Kim Traverso, CT State Department of Education
  • Eben McKnight, CT State Education Resource Center
  • Debby Boyer, Center for Disability Studies, University of Delaware
  • Sarah Hearn, Center for Disability Studies, University of Delaware
  • Linda Smith, Delaware Department of Education
  • Rebecca Shor, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Andrea Ricotta, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Courtney Angelosante, University of Maine
  • Pat Red, University of Southern Maine
  • JoAnne Malloy, Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire
  • Melissa Lee, NH Department of Education
  • Sharon Lohrmann, NJ PBIS, The Boggs Center - RWJMS
  • Damian Petino, NJ Department of Education
  • Erin Brewer, Office of Special Education, New York State Education Department
  • Steve Marchant, Office of Special Education, New York State Education Department
  • Tina Lawson, Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network
  • James Palmiero, Allegheny Intermediate Unit
  • John Eagle, Rhode Island College
  • Rosemary Reilly-Chammat, Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Samantha Brinz, Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Sherry Schoenberg, Center on Disability and Community Inclusion, University of Vermont
  • Amy Wheeler-Sutton, Center on Disability and Community Inclusion, University of Vermont
  • Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut
  • Jennifer Freeman, , University of Connecticut
  • Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut
  • Adam Feinberg, University of Connecticut
  • Robert Putnam, The May Institute
Strand Domains:
  • PBIS Implementation & Training: The PBIS Implementation strand provides an opportunity for PBIS coaches, trainers, and district/regional administrators to explore issues related to implementation.
  • School-wide PBIS: The School-Wide PBIS strand provides an overview of the first tier of School-Wide PBIS, including school climate and contextual fit.
  • Classroom PBIS: The Class-Wide PBIS strand provides an overview of PBIS in the classroom and shares proactive strategies to support teachers' implementation of class-wide PBIS.
  • Advanced Tiers: The Advanced Tiers of PBIS strand focuses on targeted group (Tier 2) and intensive individualized (Tier 3) PBIS. Presenters share practices, systems, data structures, and outcomes.
  • Integration & Alignment: The Integration and Alignment strand focuses on ways to successfully align and connect mental health or academic supports and PBIS within the framework of multi-tiered systems of supports.
  • Supporting Students with Disabilities: The Supporting Students with Disabilities strand focuses on applying the PBIS framework in contexts where students with disabilities are supported.
  • Special Topics: The Special Topics strand focuses on topics relevant to supporting and enhancing PBIS implementation across strands
  • High School PBIS: The High School strand focuses on implementing PBIS in the unique context of High School settings