Timely Topics: Family Engagement
House Bill 410 Updates
- Updates around Chronic Absenteeism | Download
- Requirements for Excessive Absenteeism | Get the FAQ
Districts and community schools must have local policies that outline their interventions and plans for students who miss too much school.
Getting Involved in Your Child’s Learning | Learn More
Ohio Resources for College and Career Planning | Learn More
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) refers to a system of evidence-based supports that have been increasingly implemented in school settings. PBIS specifically involves systematically defining, teaching, modeling and reinforcing expected behaviors in order to improve school climate and promote positive behavioral and academic outcomes for all students.
- Ohio Department of Education
General overview, information and resources around PBIS
- OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Informational videos, research articles and other training tools to better understand PBIS
- Wisconsin PBIS Network
Guidance for parents as they encourage expected behaviors at home using PBIS principles
2017-2018 Revised Home Language Usage Survey and Guidelines to Identify English Learners DOWNLOAD To comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Educational Opportunities LEARN MORE
Need assistance with chronic truancy or absenteeism? Attendance works is a national and state initiative that promotes better policy and practice around school attendance. Visit www.AttendanceWorks.org more information.
The Family Center at OCALI connects families to the information they need regarding services, supports, training and resources. For more information go to www.ocali.org.