BehaviorInSchools MissionAbout Us

The mission of BehaviorInSchools is to empower K-12 educators with the tools and resources they need to establish positive and proactive learning environments for their students. 

The professional development opportunities offered emphasize:

  • Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS)
  • Development of a continuum of behavioral service delivery strategies
  • Response to Intervention (RtI) framework. Thomas J. Stacho

Trainer - Tom Stacho

As BehaviorInSchools (BIS) Staff Development & Training Director, Thomas J. Stacho, Ed.S. is responsible for the creation and implementation of the professional development services offered from BehaviorInSchools.   He oversees all consultation and professional development services implementing evidenced-based practices
when working with educators. 

Tom’s career spans almost 30 years and includes a variety of positions ranging  from classroom teacher to school psychologist to program coordinator. He holds an Education Specialist (Ed.S.)  degree in school psychology from Kent State University.

Tom is a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Ashland University. He has provided workshops and presentations at numerous professional conferences, and has been involved in training and consultation with schools, agencies, and alternative programs throughout the United States.  Tom is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). He enjoys biking, hiking and progressive rock music. His positive and proactive approach to behavior management is brought to life through BehaviorInSchools professional development and consultation.