“The link between families and positive behavioral interventions and supports is an important one. When families are meaningfully involved in educational activities their children do better in schools. Families play an important part in their child’s education and social development.” www.pbis.org/family


How can you be involved in your child’s well-being while at school? 

Understand the expectations of your child while at school.

Partner with your child’s educators.

Be involved at school.

Help teach the 4 core respects at home:

  1. Respect Self
  2. Respect Others
  3. Respect Learning
  4. Respect Property

PBIS by Grade Level:

K-2 teachers use a PBIS clip system to help students to learn the behavior expectations for various areas of our school. All teachers have a classroom behavior chart where students begin their day on green and have the opportunity to clip up, becoming a role model in their class.Teachers will communicate this information through the student’s agenda. Be sure to check the agenda each night and discuss positives of the day, as well as any corrective behaviors noted.

3-8 teachers also teach expectations for various areas, but do not use the clip system used in K-2. Teachers will communicate with parents using the student’s agenda, be sure to check it for any notes.

All grade levels use the “Stop & Think Red Card” system for corrective behaviors.

In 2017 Eagle Feathers were implemented. These are tickets students earn for displaying the 4 core respects. Students can earn 1, 5, or 10 tickets, these tickets can then be used in our School Store. Be sure to ask your child about Eagle Feathers!