PBIS

 

What is PBIS?

PBIS is a framework that stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports.  It is implemented nationally to help students and staff monitor and recognize appropriate behavior.  The primary goal of PBIS is to remove inappropriate behaviors so that education can occur in an optimal environment.  Students are taught expectations and are recognized when they meet the expectations.



 

 

 

 

How are Students Recognized for Meeting the Eagle Expectations?

Eagle Cash

 



Staff members recognize students for exhibiting the Eagle Expectations with Eagle Cash.

 What do students do with Eagle Cash?

Students save their Eagle Cash and then spend it in a variety of ways.  Students can purchase school supplies or admission to special events.  Each month, SHMS has an event planned that students can choose to attend.  Some of the events to choose from are: I Scream for Ice Cream, Holiday Shoppers Fair, Mat Ball or Basketball, Pancakes with Parents and Jolly Rogers.  Most Incentives are paid for through fundraising and staff and community donations.

 

 

Principal and Eagle Shout Outs

If a student’s behavior warrants a little more recognition, a Principal Shout Out is awarded by a staff member. Eagle Shout Outs can be written student to student, student to staff, or staff to staff.  Eagle Shout Outs encourage everyone to show appreciation for others.  An administrator reads the Shout Out on the morning announcements.

 

 

Exceptional Eagle

Students nominated for Exceptional Eagle are an elite group.  These students always exceed the Eagle Expectations. This promotes students making and achieving goals they set for themselves.

 

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