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What is PBIS?

As part of our PBIS process, teachers and other staff members use evidence-based practices to increase student learning and decrease classroom disruptions.

  • Consistently teach and refer to our school-wide expectations

  • Use pre-correcting, prompting, and redirecting as we teach
  • Look for the positive first and provide positive, immediate, frequent, and explicit feedback

If a student is not responding to reteaching, the following may be utilized:

  • Minor Behavior Problem Solving Form:
    • Repeated behavior that we are targeting for improvement.

    • Student-Teacher Conference, Parent-Teacher Communication

  • Major Behavior Problem Solving Form:
    • Significant behavior that requires immediate attention from Mr. Hartmann, Mrs. O'Shea, Mrs. Gschwind.  

    • Student-Principal/Social Worker Conference, Parent Phone Call

Acknowledging Students: 

Individual students are recognized formally and informally by staff throughout the building.