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What is the Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) System?

PBIS is a set of strategies and systems that enables our school to:

  • Create a culture of positive behaviors.
  • Reduce behavior disruptions.
  • Create appropriate environments to educate all students.
  • Maximize academic achievement.

This approach fosters successful social behavior and encourages school staff, students, families, and community members to work together to create a culture with consistent expectations.

PBIS invests in prevention. Some of the strategies include:

  • Proactive Intervention-identifying the behaviors expected in all settings.  
  • Active Teaching—teachers, students, families and community members work together to teach and model appropriate behavior.
  • Ongoing recognition of appropriate behavior. (Individual students and entire classes work to earn wolf tickets which are exchanged for tangible and intangible rewards)
  • Clear, consistent consequences for inappropriate student behavior.
  • Additional support for students with more significant needs.
  • Collecting and using data to make decisions.
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