PBIS – Making It Work In A Small CT District by Dannette Seney | Oct 9, 2015 | Announcements, News | PBIS – Making It Work In A Small CT District Nestled in the Northeastern corner of the state, the Thompson Public Schools serve approximately 1,260 Connecticut students (CEDaR, 2011). The district’s central office, high school, middle school, and elementary school all inhabit one campus; in fact, the buildings are all connected. In a small district like Thompson, the importance of taking a district-wide approach to behavior management is paramount. Read more by clicking here… Article from Connecticut State Personnel Development Grant(SPDG) submitted by Sarah-Ann Nicholas and Alice Henley, Technical Assistance Providers. Related PostsTMHS Students Volunteering at Mrs.Kinsella’s 4 Grade ClassMRFES 4th Grade Spring ConcertTMS Student will participate in National Geography BeeMRFES YearbookMrs. Moylan’s 5th Grade Class Donates Stuffed Animals to DKH8th Grade Moving Up CeremonyTMS PTO Sponsors “Half Day – Hat Day!”TMS PTO PJ’s DayThompson Public Schools Bus Routes 2016-2017Thompson Community Day!!!