Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports S. Cunningham H. Madden J. Proctor K. Barnett H. Conner M. Jones J. Young J. Joyner J. George S. Rushing B. Barr R. Brown
Definition of PBIS PBIS is an evidence-based, data-driven framework that is proven to decrease disciplinary infractions, improve the climate and culture in the school building, and augment the feeling of safety in the school in order to improve academic and behavioral outcomes for students.
What is PBIS? • PBIS is a framework designed to teach students the expected way to behave • PBIS is an intervention designed to decrease the infractions/disciplinary issues • PBIS is a paradigm shift to approach discipline
Blueprint for PBIS • Set and demonstrate expectations • Give attention to desired behavior • Reward students for doing well
The Behavioral philosophy at the mill • 4 Key Components • Compassion • Attentiveness • Respect • Effort
C.A.R.E. Pledge As a Mundy’s Mill Razorback, the expectation is for me to be Compassionate to all stakeholders, Attentive to all teachers, Respectful to all who enter the school building, and exhibit Effort in everything that I do. I DARE TO C.A.R.E. at the Mill.
PBIS CELEBRATIONS • PBIS Prep Rally • PBIS C.A.R.E. Cash • End of Term Activities/Programs • C.A.R.E. Awards (Student of the Month)