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PBIS

PBIS

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What is PBIS?

PBIS (Positive Interventions and Support) is a program that focuses on prevention and instruction. Our PBIS program aims to replace undesired behaviors by teaching students new behaviors and skills. Students learn appropriate skills and positive behaviors are rewarded. Consequences for problem behaviors are clear and effective strategies are implemented school-wide to support all students. Students earn “lion cards” for meeting PBIS expectations and then use those cards to receive incentives (i.e. lunch on the stage, PBIS store). Our program is designed to increase academic performance, improve safety, decrease problem behavior, and establish a positive school environment. 

Our Students ROAR!

Here at CLES our students ROAR! We are RESPECTFUL, ORGANIZED, ATTENTIVE, and RESPONSIBLE. Students are taught and modeled school-side expectations using a behavior matrix. The matrix lists expectations of students throughout the school environment. These expectations are posted in all classrooms and are taught at the start of the year. For example, an expectation for showing respect in the classroom is to “raise your hand before you speak.” Throughout the year PBIS covers character trails through the use of Google Classroom. The information concerning character traits is shared with each classroom and lessons are taught to all students. Expectations are reviewed throughout the year to help keep student “ROARING” to success!

PBIS Incentives

25 Lion Cards – Photo Displayed on PBIS Board and postcard sent home

50 Lion Cards – PBIS Dog Tag

75 Lion Cards – PBIS Treat Bag

100 Lion Cards -Game Celebration

125 Lion Cards – Lunch with an Administrator

Parent Corner – Five Ways to Parent Successfully

  1. Refuse to be shocked. Take a deep breath and refuse to allow your child to shock you into a reaction. 
  2. Set up a sequence of consequences for discipline and be consistent.
  3. Do not rush into action. Take your time and address behaviors. 
  4. Listen to the child, notice the details and acknowledge them. 
  5. Use humility when dealing with your child. Don’t be afraid to acknowledge mistakes. 

 

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Published by Sharon Shipley on May 1, 2019
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