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Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS)

School-wide Positive Behavior Support (Pbs) Includes a Range of Systemic and Individualized Strategies for Achieving Social and Learning Outcomes While Preventing or Reducing Problem Behavior for All Students.  School-wide Pbs Includes Universal Prevention of Problem Behavior Through the Active Teaching and Rewarding of Appropriate Social Skills (Panther Positives), Consistent Consequences for Problem Behavior, and On-going Collection and Use of Data for Decision-making.  in Addition, School-wide Pbs Includes an Array of More Intensive Supports for Those Students with More Severe Behavior Support Needs.  the Goals Within School-wide Pbs Are to Prevent the Development of Problem Behavior, to Reduce On-going Patterns of Problem Behavior, and to Improve the Academic Performance of Students Through Development of a Positive, Predictable and Safe School Culture.

PBIS Awards Assemblies

We were thrilled to be able to get back to our monthly character trait assemblies.  Our trait list includes the following: kindness, respect, gratitude, responsibility, cooperation/collaboration, friendship, honesty/integrity, growth mindset, and perseverance.  Each month, teachers choose 3 students who have shown exemplary citizenship in terms of the focus trait of the month.  When permitted, we gather to honor those students...sometimes we can't get together if flu, RSV, or COVID-19 cases are high.  This is one of the ways we promote a positive and safe climate on our campus.