Florida Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Project. A multi-tiered system of supports.

Becoming a PWPBS site...


How to Become a PWPBS Child Care Site

Getting Informed

New to PWPBS? Learn about PWPBS training.

New to the Pyramid Model? Learn about the Pyramid Model.

Getting Started

If you are interested in PWPBS for your program or classroom, click the application button to apply. Applications will be reviewed and a member of the PWPBS team will follow-up.



Leadership Team

Choosing Your Leadership Team and Team Responsibilities

The Leadership Team is a group of professionals that represents the program and promotes the implementation of Program-wide Positive Behavior Support. The team meets on a regular basis to discuss program needs and progress, provides coaching and acknowledgement to the teaching staff, and makes data-based decisions to promote program success.

Persons chosen to the leadership team are: the director, assistant director, teacher, behavior specialist, curriculum coordinator, therapist, community T/TA provider, teaching assistant, office assistant, and/or any other staff personnel who would be able to contribute.

Leadership Team Activities

  1. Hold regular monthly on-site meetings (this can be part of regularly scheduled staff meetings)

  2. Monitor and support implementation and outcomes:  Benchmarks of Quality

  3. Plan and implement professional development activities

  4. Facilitate staff participation in monthly make-and-takes

  5. Create system of support for addressing behavior issues

  6. Maintain communication with staff and USF PWPBS coaches

  7. Track data and evaluate progress and make data-based decisions

  8. Communicate with and involve families in PWPBS

  9. Provide incentives and acknowledgement

  10. Facilitate implementation of NIC requirements as needed

Additional Activities

Team Member Roles

Anybody on the team can play one or more of the following roles: 

If you have questions about the PWPBS Leadership Team, please contact Anna Winneker at 813-974-1455 or awinneker@usf.edu

Generously Funded by

Children's Board of Hillsborough County