Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
BE RESPONSIBLE BE RESPECTFUL BE SAFE
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 responsible, be respectful, and be safe.
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.
The idea behind PBIS is that we need to teach our students what we expect in regards to their behavior before we can expect it from them. In order to make sure all Nelson students understand what is expected of them, they are taught at the beginning of the year what is expected. Additionally, classroom teachers will be teaching and re-teaching different behavioral expectations throughout the school year. These are what we call “cool tools.” These lessons give students the opportunity to practice what is expected of them in the different environments.
Acknowledgement/Reinforcement System: Each month one child from each class will be chosen as "The Egg-ceptional" Eagle".Their name will be announced over the PA system and they will participate in our monthly school character trait video.They will also receive a special certificate!
The OFFICE REFERRAL FORM:
Even with teaching children our expectations, offering pre-corrections or reminders for the expected behaviors and our positive reinforcement system, some children will still misbehave. Our goal is to teach children REPLACEMENT BEHAVIORS, or what they need to do instead, so that all children can work in a school environment that is safe, fun, free from distraction, and allows all children to reach their maximum learning potential.