page contains downloadable documents regarding the use of physical
restraint and seclusion in public schools. The resources focus on best
practice and systems of prevention to minimize the need to use intensive
interventions such as physical restraint and seclusion.
New PBIS Video Modules Ready for Training
The 2017 installment of PBIS video modules are available. These
modules were created in partnership with the Center for Instructional
and Behavioral Research in Schools (CIBRS) at University of Louisville.
This year’s topic: Considering Mental Health
This new content does not require login credentials as with
previous installments, the link is all you need to begin viewing the
modules. District policy for monitoring completion of professional
development, including yearly PBIS training, will dictate how personnel
will be credited for training with the new modules.
Previous PBIS modules are still available through the links below
and can be used as training tools for school personnel in conjunction
with new content.
Data entered into the KSIS required by 704 KAR 7:160
The Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion in Public Schools should
follow guidelines set forth in the Behavior Data Standards.