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FBA of Absenteeism and Truancy Forms

The FBAAT Five-Pack of Consumable Forms contains five sets of printed FBAAT forms for use with the Functional Behavior Assessment of Absenteeism and Truancy System. The FBAAT System guides you through using a Functional Behavior Assessment to determine the motivation for a student's absenteeism, then select one or more evidence-based interventions to address the problem. These preprinted forms streamline the assessment process.

Each set of forms includes:

  • Booklet 1: Core Checklist (12 pp.)
  • Booklet 2: Assessment Results and Plan (12 pp.)
  • Booklet 3: Additional Data Sources (20 pp.)


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William Jenson, Ph.D.



William R. Jenson is a professor and past chair of the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah. He received his Ph.D. in School Psychology/Applied Behavior Analysis from Utah State University in 1975.

He directed the Adolescent Residential Unit in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the Children's Behavior Therapy Unit (CBTU) for Salt Lake Mental Health. CBTU is a day hospital program for severely emotionally disturbed and autistic children.

Dr. Jenson's interests include behavior management for severe behavior problems, behavioral assessment, school-based interventions, parent training, applied technology, and meta-analytic research.

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Jessica Sprick, M.S.

Jessica Sprick


Jessica Sprick is a consultant and presenter for Safe & Civil Schools and a writer for Pacific Northwest Publishing. Ms. Sprick has been a special education teacher for students with behavioral needs and Dean of Students at the middle school level. Her practical experience working with special and general education students and staff, along with strong training in positive behavior support techniques, drives her passion to help school personnel develop and implement effective classroom management plans. She is coauthor, with Jake Alabiso and Kim Yore, of "Dramatically Improving Attendance" in the November 2015 issue of Educational Leadership.


Randy Sprick, Ph.D.

Dr. Randy Sprick


Randy Sprick is an educational consultant and trainer in Eugene, Oregon. Each year, he presents practical and entertaining workshops to over 30,000 teachers and administrators throughout the United States and Canada.

Much of his work involves helping teachers, principals, and other staff set up schools and classrooms that encourage student responsibility and motivation, while humanely and effectively helping misbehaving students learn to behave in more responsible ways.

As the primary author for the Safe & Civil Schools series, Randy has produced numerous articles, books, audiotapes, and videotapes that assist school personnel in dealing with the issues of discipline and classroom management. His most recent publications include Teacher's Encyclopedia of Behavior Management, 2nd ed. (2012) and Coaching Classroom Management, 2nd ed. (2010).

He is a past president of the Association for Direct Instruction. In 2007, the Council for Exceptional Children honored Randy with the J.E. Wallace Wallin Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his work developing, advocating, and proliferating Positive Behavior Support in schools.

Randy is the director of Teaching Strategies, Inc. and the lead consultant for Safe & Civil Schools.

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Holly Majszak, M.Ed.


Holly Majszak is a doctoral student in School Psychology at the University of Utah. She has extensive experience as a behavior interventionist for children who exhibit significant social-emotional and behavioral problems. Holly works with children and adolescents in home, clinical, and educational settings to promote the implementation of evidence-based interventions. She has also teamed with the Utah State Office of Education to train school personnel using a Trainer of Trainers model. Her research interests include bullying, social skills, and parent training interventions.


Linda Phosaly, B.A.

Jessica Sprick


Linda Phosaly is a doctoral student in School Psychology at the University of Utah. She earned her B.A. in Psychology at the University of California, San Diego, where she gained experience as a behavior interventionist providing comprehensive services to families with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Linda also has worked in an alternative sentencing program, providing behavioral interventions and parent training support to mothers and their children with challenging behaviors. Her research interests include working with individuals with emotional and behavioral disorders and autism, and examining the social-emotional and behavioral functioning of at-risk youth, particularly in regard to school engagement and achievement.


Cal Evans, M.Ed.

Cal Evans


Cal Evans, M.Ed., Ed.S., is past president and current treasurer of the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE). He is also past president and current treasurer of the Utah Chapter of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (CCBD). He is assistant superintendent for compliance in Jordan School District and a frequent speaker on discipline and special education policy issues.


Daniel Olympia, Ph.D.

Dr. Daniel Olympia


Dr. Daniel Olympia is Associate Professor and Training Director for the School Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah. His research interests include school-based interventions for academic and behavioral problems, practical applications of positive psychology, social skills training, management of aggression with children and adolescents, parental attributions and disability status, autism assessment and interventions, and home-school collaboration.


Cristina Teplick, M.S.

Cristina Teplick


Cristina Teplick received her B.S. in Psychology from Brigham Young University and her M.S. in Educational Psychology from the University of Utah. As a graduate student, she helped develop and conduct qualitative research for the FBAAT. Cristina also worked as a school psychologist for seven years in the Davis School District of Utah. She currently lives in Ellicott City, Maryland.