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Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

12 November 2015 | Published in: Primos Elementary Recent News

Primos students will be focusing on how character counts.   Our three main goals for the school year will be:

  • Be Safe
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Respectful

The students will be reciting the School Pledge everyday before school starts and teachers will be discussing our goals throughout the day.   Ask your child if they know the school pledge.

Primos School Pledge

I promise to be respectful in my school and community. I promise to be a responsible, safe and caring citizen. I promise to treat others the way I want to be treated. I promise to be ready to begin each school day.

The mission of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is to establish and maintain effective school environments that maximize academic achievement and behavioral competence of all learners at Primos Elementary. To aid in achieving this goal, students who are caught following the expected behavior plan of being Safe, Respectful, and Responsible earn Primos Behavior Bucks. By rewarding expected behaviors, we intend to create a school full of positive and productive citizens.

 

Once a student has earned a Primos Behavior Buck, he or she can save the reward individually or as a class. Later, the Primos Behavior Bucks can be used to buy items or activities from a class list that is posted in each classroom. Please encourage your child from home to always use their Primos Positive Behavior. For more information please contact us or visit these helpful sites, PBISworld.com or PBIS.org

 

“Through a problem solving approach, the PBIS framework begins with examining and improving the entire school climate. Teams use data to examine the reasons behaviors are occurring and then implement changes and interventions designed to address the identified needs. PBIS is a preventative and proactive system of addressing discipline problems that includes fair and consistent discipline practices unlike traditional discipline methods that have addressed discipline problems through punishment.”

-Georgia Department of Education, The Strategic Plan: 2014-2020

                                                                         Overview of the Frameworks

                                                                         PBIS Lesson Plan Schedule

                                                                         Matrix for PBIS

                                                                         PBIS Flow Chart

 

 

 
 
 
 
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