• Dr. Mary Kealy, Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services
• Dr. Suzanne Jimenez, Director, Student Services
• Mary Kearney, Director, Special Education
• John Lody, Director, Diagnostic and Prevention Services
• Stefanie LaPolla, Coordinator, Behavior Support
• Dr. Ryan Tyler, Director, Research Office
• Dr. Angela Gwynne-Atwater, Supervisor, Elementary Education
• Allyne Zappalla, Supervisor, Student Support Services
• Toni DeLuca-Strauss, Supervisor, Secondary Special Education
• Connie Smith, Supervisor, Programs and Services
• Rachel Johnson, Supervisor, Information Management
• Derek Kaufman, Coordinator, School Improvement
• Leigh Bennett, Coordinator, Pupil Services
• Andrew Davis, Principal, Rolling Ridge Elementary School
• Rodney Moore, Principal, Stone Hill Middle School
• Kristin McGraw, Early Intervening Specialist
• Chad Green, Program Analyst, Research Office
• Jill Lee, Consulting Teacher
• Lisa Fillipovich, School Psychologist & PBIS Coach
• Jackie Sakati, School Social Worker & PBIS Coach
Welcome to School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Loudoun County Public Schools!
Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is a research and evidenced-based practice for creating a common vision of behavioral expectations through consistent language and practices among staff and students. PBIS is a framework of tiered approaches to address ALL the needs of ALL the members of the school community.
The Loudoun County Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) Coordination team, through training and technical assistance, supports schools and alternative placement settings in creating and sustaining comprehensive systems which promote the academic, social and emotional well-being of all Loudoun County Public school students.
Samples of PBIS in Action in Loudoun County Public Schools
Our goal is to ensure that all PBIS schools have the necessary technical assistance, collaborative opportunities, and evaluative tools needed to implement PBIS with fidelity in non-classroom, and classroom areas; to address the targeted needs of individual students, while providing support to teachers, students and families.