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Application

MIBLSI currently offers three programs for schools in Michigan.

MIBLSI Program for LEAs

MIBLSI partners with local school districts to implement and sustain school-wide behavior and reading systems of support. MIBLSI provides intensive training and technical assistance for three years. The support helps districts through initial implementation for the schools. MIBLSI also helps build local capacity to ensure sustained success.

After initial implementation through the program, MIBLSI continues to provide technical assistance and professional development for its past cohorts.

Submit Application

MIBLSI Application

Deadline

The 2016-2017 school year application period is closed. The next application will be available in the spring of 2017.

Process

  1. Submit online application.
  2. Receive notification of potential partnership or denial.
  3. For potential partners, schedule exploration meetings with MIBLSI. MIBLSI will clarify expectations and ensure a good fit with the program before being formally selected.

 

Promoting Positive School Climate (PPSC) for LEAs

MIBLSI and the Michigan Department of Education’s Coordinated School Health and Safety Programs (CSHSP) co-direct PPSC. MIBLSI and CSHSP partner with local school districts to implement and sustain school-wide behavior systems of support. MIBLSI provides intensive training and technical assistance for three years. The support helps districts through initial implementation for schools. MIBLSI also helps build local capacity to ensure sustained success.

Submit Application

PPSC application

​Deadline

The 2016 application period is closed. The next application will be available in late 2017.

Process

  1. Download the application.
  2. Develop your answers to the questions on the application.
  3. Submit your answers through our online application. Applications will only be accepted through online submission.
  4. Receive notification of potential partnership or denial.
  5. For potential partners, schedule exploration meetings with MIBLSI. MIBLSI will clarify expectations and ensure a good fit with the program before being formally selected.

 

PBIS Intensive Support Project for ISDs

MIBLSI receives funding through the School Aid Act (Sec. 54b) to help intermediate school districts (ISDs) implement and sustain school-wide behavior systems of support.

The PBIS Intensive Support Project supports ISDs in developing sustainable local capacity to implement PBIS with fidelity that will be scaled-up within the ISD. Once acceptance is granted to the applying ISD, project staff and representatives from the ISD will work collaboratively to determine school implementation readiness. ISDs should apply if the direct intent is to provide local capacity to support the implementation of PBIS within multiple local schools.

Submit Application

PBIS Intensive Support application

Deadline

The 2016 application period is closed.

Process

  1. Download the application.
  2. Develop your answers to the questions on the application.
  3. Submit your answers through an online application. Applications will only be accepted through online submission.
  4. Receive notification of potential partnership or denial.
  5. For potential partners, schedule exploration meetings with MIBLSI. MIBLSI will clarify expectations and ensure a good fit with the program before being formally selected.

 

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