Positive Behavioral 

Interventions & Supports (PBIS) 

Dr. Angela Bell

Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Director

11927 Columbia Street

Blakely, Georgia 39823


Phone: (229) 723-4337 Fax: (229) 723-8183

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based, data-driven framework proven to reduce disciplinary incidents, increase a school's sense of safety and support improved academic outcomes.   

The broad purpose of PBIS is to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of schools and other agencies. PBIS improves social, emotional, and academic outcomes for all students, including students with disabilities and students from underrepresented groups. 

Click the links at the bottom of the page to view the PBIS End of the Year Report/Annual Evaluation for each school. 

Visit the ECSS Parents Corner for additional PBIS/MTSS resources.

Capturing Kids' Hearts®: Leadworthy Character Curriculum®

A character education curriculum shall be taught to every student enrolled int he Early County School System. ECSS staff and administration shall be responsible for implementing the program at each school site. Media and other means of communication with parents and the public shall be utilized to promote communit y support of Character Education. 

During the 2022-2023 school year, the ECSS implemented the Capturing Kids' Hearts®: Leadworthy Character Curriculum®. Through experiential training, expert coaching, a character-based curriculum for students, and personalized support, Capturing Kids' Hearts® equips professionals in K-12 education to implement transformational processes focused on social-emotional wellbeing, relationship-driven campus culture, and student connectedness. When the Capturing Kids' Hearts® processes are implemented with fidelity, campuses have seen improvement in the following areas: fewer discipline referrals, improved attendance, higher student achievement, lower dropout rates, and higher teacher satisfaction.

Mindset Mondays

The Leadworthy Character Curriculum® is a campus specific curriculum designed to inspire and empower K-12 student to lead with heart. Thirty years ago, Leadworthy® (formerly Teen Leadership) was started as a way to help students learn the professionals kills, attitudes and behaviors that would help them become successful in life. Leadworthy continues to focus on the development and growth of students in schools across the country with an emphasis on integrity, character, trustworthiness, dignity, and  respect. The lessons included are grade-level specific, progressive and systemic, and easy to use with minimal preparation. Focusing on a different character trait every month, teachers will be provided lessons that can be taught in a 30-minute class period once a week, also known as Mindset Mondays. In addition to weekly lessons, teachers will also have access to a monthly service-learning activity. The curriculum is structured in a way that provides opportunities for skill acquisition, practical application, and  reflection. 

Aug/Sept - Responsibility

December - Courage

March - Perseverance

October - Respect

January - Teamwork

April - Empathy

November - Self-Direct

February - Kindness

 May - Integrity

Newsletters (English)

Intro to Family 


CKH Newsletters Intro (English) (1) (1).pdf

Responsibility Newsletter 

(Primary Grades)

Responsibility Newsletter (Primary English).pdf

Responsibility Newsletter 

(Secondary Grades)

Responsibility Newsletter (Secondary English).pdf

Boletines (Español)

Introducción a los Boletines Familiares

CKH Newsletters Intro (Spanish) (1).pdf

Boletín Responsabilidad (Grados Primaria)

Responsibility Newsletter (Primary Spanish).pdf

Boletín Responsabilidad (Grados Secundarios)

Responsibility Newsletter (Secondary Spanish).pdf

11927 Columbia Street  ~  Blakely, Georgia 39823  ~  Phone: (229)723-4337  ~  Fax: (229)723-8183