What is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)?


PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. PBIS is a research-based combination of practices that creates a positive school climate in which students can achieve behavioral and academic success. Students learn appropriate behaviors through instruction, practice, feedback and encouragement. With consistency in behavior expectations, students learn that there are both consequences and rewards for their choices. There are 3 components of PBIS: 
  • Teaching appropriate behavior in all settings
  • Providing interventions when behavior expectations are not met
  • Recognizing students when behavior expectations are met

PBIS Core Values

PBIS Downloadables

PBIS Resources and Links

Pleasant Pride

What is Pleasant Pride?

Pleasant Pride is an essential component in building our school community. We promote school pride by recognizing students for their strong leadership skills. By engaging in these simple actions, we are encouraging a common bond and respect between students and staff. 

P- Positive Attitude

R- Responsible

I- Interact Kindly

D- Demonstrate Safety 

E- Encourage Others 


What happens when you show Pleasant Pride?

Students are rewarded using our school-wide point system called Class Dojo.

1. Earn points on DOJO!

2. Use DOJO points to earn rewards

3. Admission to Celebration Stations

4. Be chosen as a class Bucket Filler


What is Class Dojo?

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Students can earn points for making good choices. They can also lose points for undesirable behavior. The points accumulate throughout the year and students earn rewards as their points grow.

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