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File #: 17-1819    Version: 1 Name: Professional Services Contract - Bella Bikowsky, Ph.D., LLC - Behavioral Health Initiatives - Community Schools and Student Services Department
Type: Agreement or Contract Status: Passed
File created: 8/24/2017 In control: Chief Academic Officer
On agenda: 9/27/2017 Final action: 9/27/2017
Enactment date: 9/27/2017 Enactment #: 17-1370
Title: Ratification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Bella Bikowsky, Ph.D., LLC, Seattle, WA, for the latter to provide training and technical assistance in support of implementation for up to 25 school sites participating in the School Climate Transformation Grant, including professional development trainings, site-based consultation and support to principals and PBIS teams, training and support for all PBIS coaches and Behavioral Health staff supporting implementation, and PD with district leadership to build capacity to sustain implementation of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support beyond the grant period; and to assist with the outcome evaluation for this grant to determine the impact of implementing PBIS to transform school climate and culture and improve the conditions for learning for African American students who have historically been excluded from instruction at higher rates than their peers, via the Community Schools and Student Serv...
Attachments: 1. 17-1819 Professional Services Contract - Bella Bikowsky, Ph.D., LLC - Behavioral Health Initiatives - Community Schools and Student Services Department
Related files: 18-0749
Contact: Barbara.McClung@ousd.org

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Ratification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Bella Bikowsky, Ph.D., LLC, Seattle, WA, for the latter to provide training and technical assistance in support of implementation for up to 25 school sites participating in the School Climate Transformation Grant, including professional development trainings, site-based consultation and support to principals and PBIS teams, training and support for all PBIS coaches and Behavioral Health staff supporting implementation, and PD with district leadership to build capacity to sustain implementation of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support beyond the grant period; and to assist with the outcome evaluation for this grant to determine the impact of implementing PBIS to transform school climate and culture and improve the conditions for learning for African American students who have historically been excluded from instruction at higher rates than their peers, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, in an amount not to exceed $26,500.00.