During the first few days of school, students are trained in our Positive Behavior Support system. The purpose of PBS is to teach kids to behave in appropriate ways so that they will have a positive school experience and mature into responsible adults as well.
We teach kids to be respectful, responsible, peaceful, problem-solving learners.
During the first few days of school, students are trained in all common areas of the building including the hallways, the playground, the restrooms, the cafeteria and the bus. Students rotate to each area where staff members use role-playing and humor as they show students how not to behave and how to behave in those various areas. Students have fun and learn a lot as well. We will continue to reinforce these behaviors on our live morning announcements and with follow-up trainings throughout the year.
As part of PBS, students can earn "hot tickets" from any staff member for demonstrating great behavior. Each class will draw one "hot ticket" from their class bucket each week and winning students will be recognized on the live morning announcements and receive a small prize. There will also be monthly rewards for students showing positive behavior all month.
Check back for more photos and information about PBS all year.
Click below to view our PBS training video.