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Published: November 19, 2020


LEOMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY HAS BEEN SELECTED BY THE TENNESSEE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS PROJECT AT VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY AS 2020-2021 SCHOOL OF RECOGNITION. LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOLS ADVISE LEOMA ELEMENTARY HAS BEEN A PARTICIPANT IN THE PROJECT AND HAS IMPLEMENTED A POSITIVE AND PROACTIVE BEHAVIORAL SYSTEMS FRAMEWORK WHICH CONSISTS OF: IDENTIFYING COMMON BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS ACROSS CAMPUS, TEACHING, RE-TEACHING, REINFORCING, AND REGULARLY ACKNOWLEDGING STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND FAMILIES FOR EXHIBITING THESE EXPECTATIONS. IN ADDITION THEY HAVE ALSO DEMONSTRATED USE OF SCHOOL-WIDE BEHAVIORAL DATA TO INFORM TEACHING PRACTICES AND LEVELS OF SUPPORT PROVIDED TO STUDENTS BASED ON NEED. THE AWARD WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE PARTNERS IN EDUCATION CONFERENCE HELD IN NASHVILLE BY THE TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.