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PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions and Support & Patriot P.R.I.D.E .

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  1. PBIS: PositiveBehaviorInterventions andSupport&Patriot P.R.I.D.E.

  2. FD Purpose/Vision Statement To create a positive school environment and community of learners and staff who foster pride in academic and social successes by empowering students to persevere, be respectful, uphold integrity, be dependable and strive for excellence.

  3. Patriot Pride Perseverance Respect Integrity Dependability Excellence

  4. Goal: Learn and review what P stands for in PRIDE

  5. Meaning of the P in PRIDE Essential Question: What exactly does the P in PRIDE stand for? P in PRIDE stand for Perseverance

  6. P is for Perseverance per·se·ver·ance[pur-suh-veer-uhns] noun steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state, etc., especially in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement… …or injuries

  7. Perseverance Video Place your mouse over the bottom to press play

  8. What Does Perseverance Look Like at FD

  9. Reminders(areas for improvement) • Cafeteria Expectation • Electronic Device Policy/Cell Phone

  10. Electronic Device PolicySchool Board Policy Reminders • To assure order in campus operation, accessories such as headphones and ear buds are only allowed to be used by the student in the cafeteria before school and in the cafeteria during lunch periods, provided the student is still able to respond to auditory commands communicated by school personnel. Students must still follow all school rules while operating communication devices. Not being able to hear or see directives will never serve as an acceptable excuse for non-compliance. These accessories are expected to be secured and out of sight during class transitions in the hallway and within the classroom unless the teacher has granted permission for instructional use.

  11. Electronic Device PolicySchool Board Policy Reminders • Making phone calls prohibited • Students shall not use personal electronic devices to capture video, audio, or photos of other people at school unless used under the guidance of a teacher and related to curriculum objectives. The posting of those photographs and/or video will result in disciplinary consequences.

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