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RtI:B Database
c/o FLPBS:RtIB Project
13301 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., MHC 2113A
Tampa, FL 33612

The fastest way to get in touch with us is through our group email

Please keep student information confidential by using student ID numbers instead of names, and let us know which school you work with so we can resolve your issue quickly. A member of the database support team can usually respond within a couple of hours, but you will always receive a response within one business day.

Please be aware that Florida has a very broad Public Records Law. Virtually all written communications to or from state personnel are public records available upon request. E-mail sent or received on this system may only be withheld from disclosure if deemed confidential pursuant to State Law.

RtIB Support Team

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Don Kincaid – Director

Don Kincaid, Ph.D. co-directs the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities, a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Don is also the Director of the Florida Positive Behavior Support Project at the University of South Florida. He also directs USF's participation in the OSEP Positive Behavioral Supports and Interventions Center, a partnership of Universities and agencies across the country. His professional interests include the areas of person-centered planning, positive behavior support, disabilities, and school and systems change.

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Karen Childs – Research Coordinator

Karen Childs, M.A. facilitates the collection and maintenance of data for Florida's PBS Project and provides analysis to guide the project and its participating districts and schools in making data-based decisions regarding behavior support in schools. In addition to those responsibilities, she provides technical assistance to districts in the state, which provides her the practical experiences necessary to develop and maintain a data system that works effectively for the project and its participating educational institutions. Karen brings to the position experience in teaching and research with children experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges, teacher training, family involvement, and policy development.

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Therese Sandomierski – Technical Assistant Specialist

Therese Sandomierski, Ph.D. coordinates the development of the State’s RtIB database and provides training and technical assistance in PBS to several school districts throughout Florida. Her background includes behavior analysis and school psychology, where she completed her dissertation on the topic of disproportionality in schools that implement Tier 1 PBS.  Her professional interests include positive behavior support, systems change, and disproportionality in school discipline.

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Tracy-Ann Gilbert-Smith – Human Services Program Specialist

Tracy-Ann Gilbert-Smith, M.S. provides technical assistance for the RtI:B database and works closely with the RtI:B database team.  She also provides technical assistance for the Graduate Certificate in Children’s Mental Health and the Graduate Certificate in Positive Behavior Support. In addition, she is the logistics and off-site coordinator for a number of state and federally funded projects.

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Raghavendra Prata – Senior Applications Developer

Raghavendra B. Prata, M.S. is responsible for the development, expansion, and support of the Response to Intervention for Behavior Database, and the overall technology and database plan of the FLPBS project.  He has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University and his interests include developing windows, web and mobile applications.

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Rebecca Webster – Human Services Program Specialist

Rebecca provides technical assistance for the RtI:B database. In addition to working closely with the database team, she is the lead research assistant for two grant-funded research studies involving young children with challenging behaviors. Her background includes applied behavior analysis and positive behavior support. She holds a BA in Psychology and is in the process of completing a graduate certificate in Positive Behavior Support at the University of South Florida.

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