Hemmerling - PBIS

PBIS


Banner Slider Number 0

 

Read More
What is PBIS?
 
Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) is an implementation framework for maximizing the selection and use of evidence-based prevention and intervention practices along a multi-tiered continuum that supports the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral competence of all students. 
 
PBIS implementation involves explicitly prompting, modeling, practicing, and encouraging positive expected social skills across settings and individuals. When students are taught to effectively use relevant expected social skills for themselves and with others, school climates are more positive, learning environments are safer, and student-educator relationships are more trusting and respectful.
 
What do students and educators gain in PBIS schools?
 
All students develop and learn social, emotional, and behavioral competence, supporting their academic engagement. All educators develop positive, predictable, and safe environments that promote strong interpersonal relationships with students through teaching, modeling, and encouragement.
 
What are the benefits of implementing PBIS in schools?
  • Reductions in major disciplinary infractions, antisocial behavior, and substance abuse
  • Reductions in aggressive behavior and improvements in emotional regulation
  • Improvements in academic engagement and achievement
  • Improvements in perceptions of organizational health and school safety
  • Reductions in teacher and student reported bullying behavior and victimization
  • Improvements in perceptions of school climate
  • Reductions in teacher turnover
Learn more about PBIS at www.pbis.org.
 

Classroom Expectations

 Be Safe

·Hands and feet are kept to yourself
·Walking at all times
·Keep aisles clear
·Sit properly in the seat, SLANT

 

Be Responsible

·Turn in all assignments
·Put away your belongings
·Take good care of your library books and textbooks
·Be on time
·Get to your destinations quickly

 

Be Respectful

·Use kind words
·Say “please” and “thank you”
·Listen attentively
·Quiet, indoor voices
·Follow directions
 
 

Hallway Expectations

Be Safe

¨Walk at all times
¨Keep hands at your side or behind your back
¨Eyes forward, watching the line
¨Watch for opening doors

 

Be Responsible

¨Go directly where you are supposed to be going
¨Stay on pathways

 

Be Respectful

¨Walk at all times
¨Use quiet voices
¨Greet others with a friendly “hello!”
¨Stop, Look, and Listen when an adult is speaking to you
 
 
 

Playground Expectations

Be Safe

¨Walk on the blacktop
¨Use safe hands
¨Keep objects where they belong
¨Use equipment correctly

 

Be Responsible

¨Restroom and drinks BEFORE the bell
¨Use equipment appropriately
¨Dispose of trash in the trash cans
¨Be on time to class

 

Be Respectful

¨Take turns with others
¨Share the equipment
¨Use your manners, say “please” and “thank you”
¨Follow directions of adults
 
 
 

M.P.R. Expectations

Be Safe

¨Walk at all times
¨Hands and feet to yourself
¨Wait to be dismissed

 

Be Responsible

¨Clean up after yourself
¨Sit at your assigned table
¨Remember to take your belongings with you
 

Be Respectful

¨Use appropriate indoor voice
¨Use good table manners
¨Say “please” and “thank you”
¨Be kind to each other
 
 
 

Library Expectations

Be Safe

¨Walking to and from
¨Walking inside

 

Be Responsible

¨Make sure you choose the correct level books
¨Be timely; someone in class is also waiting to go
¨You checked them out, don’t lose them

 

Be Respectful

¨Carefully handle books
¨Be kind
¨Speak in a whisper voice
¨Speak politely using "please" and "thank you"
¨Return books to the correct shelf
 
 
 

Bus Line Expectations

Be Safe

¨Stay in line
¨Ask permission to use the restroom
¨Follow directions given

 

Be Responsible

¨M.Y.O.B—Mind Your Own Business
¨Keep track of your materials
¨Be in the correct spot in line

 

Be Respectful

¨Speak quietly
¨Use your manners
¨Sit down in the line
¨Listen to the adults
 
 
 

Restroom Expectations

Be Safe

¨Report problems, vandalism, etc.
¨Use walking feet
¨Feet on the ground at all times
¨Keep hands, feet, and objects to self
¨Wash your hands with soap and water
 

Be Responsible

¨Do your business and leave                     
¨Flush the toilet                                        
¨Clean up after yourself
¨Wash hands

 

Be Respectful

¨Respect the privacy of others
¨Keep the facilities clean
¨Speak quietly
¨Take turns
¨Go, Flush, Wash, Leave
¨Close doors gently