Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive systems approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture and needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success.
  PBIS is based on learning rather than punishment.  Students are expected to be responsible for their own actions in spite of the actions of others.  Students are expected to be safe, be respectful, and be responsible at Nelson School.

Gemini also follows PBIS, so students will be hearing the same language and following the same expectations of being safe, being respectful and being responsible once they get to Jr. High.


 The faculty and staff at Nelson have clearly outlined expectations and will explicitly teach those expectations to all students.  We have identified what those three expectations mean in a variety of environments, both inside and outside of school.  

     Classroom Expectations (Expectativas en el Salón)

      Lunch Expectations (Expectativas en el Almuerzo)

      Playground Expectations (Expectativas en el Area de Juego)

        Hallway Expectations (Expectativas en el Pasillo)

      Bus Expectations (Expectativas en el Autobus)

        Bathroom Expectations (Expectativas en el Baño)


The idea behind PBIS is that we need to tea