What is PBIS?
Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) is a general term that refers to the application of positive interventions and system changes to achieve socially important behavior change. It is based on a problem-solving model and aims to prevent inappropriate behavior through teaching and reinforcing appropriate behaviors.
2022-23 PBIS Team
Jennifer Peets- Coach
What are the Responsibilities of the PBIS Team?
- Meet monthly to discuss PBIS program initiatives
- Monitors the implementation of the PBIS program
- Reviews discipline data and develops interventions to address specific school needs
- Organizes school-wide reward activities
- Provides classroom support to teachers
Trojans “ROCK” – Respect, Ownership, Caution, Knowledge
- ROCK is the teaching/learning component of our PBIS program
- The Rock framework addresses appropriate student behavior in different school environments.
- ROCK rubrics are posted throughout the school to remind students of appropriate behavior in the different locations.
- LCMS ROCK Review – teach these behaviors from day one and intermittently throughout the year as needed.
- The PBIS team will determine specific school behavioral needs as related to the ROCK program and formulate an action plan to target those needs.
- Rewards are based on office referrals (school)
- Bus referrals that result in ISS or OSS will be counted against eligibility to participate in reward activities
- The reward cycle lasts for nine weeks (grading cycle)
- If a student receives a referrals he/she will be ineligible to participate and or/receive a reward for the remainder of the nine week period
- Student Mentor Program
- Teacher Mentor Program
- Counseling sessions for disrespect
- The second time the student is moved on the tracking form for disrespect they will be required to attend two counseling sessions with their counselor.
- Team building activities
- School-wide behavioral lessons
- PBIS Teacher of the Month
- Positive Behavior Acknowledgement
- PBIS team assistance with classroom management or managing specific student behavior
- Teachers are trained in the Behavior MTSS process and will be given a resource bank to address the behavior needs of their students. The MTSS process will include, but not limited to, performing Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and developing Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs).