PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support)

 

Eton Elementary is a PBIS school! We have taken a positive step forward in developing a school-wide behavior policy for our students. We have set into practice the PBIS system which focuses on the positive behaviors exhibited by our students rather than the negative behaviors.
*Download SOAR Expectations Mini-Poster (8-1/2"x11")

*PBIS Expectations Video:  Made by Jr. Beta Club Members


Our student expectations are:

Show Pride and Respect
Obtain Goals
Act Responsibly
Remember Safety


PBIS Goals

BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS

REWARDS

TEACHER RESOURCES

How Parents Can Help

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PBIS Team

Eton Elementary Website

 

     

PBIS Goals

  • Increase the number of appropriate student behaviors
  • Increase attendance
  • Improvement in academic performance
  • Students and teachers reports of a more positive and calm environment
  • Reduction in the number of behavioral disruptions, referrals, and incident reports

 

 

 

 

 

ETON ELEMENTARY BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS
> VIDEO:  Made by Eton's Jr. Beta Club members
> Behavior Matrix (for all areas of the school)
> SOAR Expectations Poster (school-wide expectations)


We have acceptable behavior expectations in and around all areas of the school.
Our PBIS behavior settings are:
> ASSEMBLY Expectations Poster
> BUS Expectations Poster
> CLASSROOM Expectations Poster (general example)
> HALLWAY / SIDEWALK Expectations Poster
> LUNCHROOM Expectations Poster
> PLAYGROUND Expectations Poster
> RESTROOM Expectations Poster


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REWARDS

Students earn Star Tickets when "caught" displaying the school expectations. Students can use Star Tickets to purchase items from our PBIS store.

Classrooms earn chain links when "caught" displaying the school expectations. Classes with the most chain links at the end of each month are awarded with a party!

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher Resources

Eton Elem. Office Discipline Referral Form (PDF)

Second Step (Character Education)

LESSON PLANS
(Scroll down to the middle of the page)

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (www.pbis.org)

 

 

 

 

 

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How Parents Can Help



PBIS is a family affair! We need your help. You can encourage your child to talk about what's happening with PBIS at home. You can also help us by encouraging your child to display our expectations in your home and in the community.
*Download SOAR Expectations Mini-Poster (8-1/2"x11")

Behavior Support Skills - At Home
(This link is to a Word document titled, "Getting Behavior in Shape at Home.")

 

 

 

 

 

PBIS Team Members

  • Judy Redmond - Principal
  • Greg Welch - Asst. Principal
  • Melanie Agard - ESS Teacher
  • Amy Davis - 5th Grade Teacher
  • Hannah White - 3rd Grade Teacher
  • Sandy Satterfield - Eton Bus Driver

 

 

 

 

 


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