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Parkside PBIS

R * A * I * D * E * R * S

"BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE, and BE SAFE"

What is PBIS?

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports is an approach to teaching and supporting positive behaviors and meeting the needs of ALL students.

PBIS is managing student behavior in a proactive manner.

This is a district-wide approach to discipline focuses on building a safe and positive environment in which all students can learn.

 

PBIS is an evidence-based practice which includes behavioral interventions to enhance positive academic and social behavior outcomes.

Our goal is to partner with you-the parent-to ensure success.

District Teaching of behaviors from the Parkside Behavior Matrix occurred at the beginning of the year (please see the inside cover of the student agenda)

Re-teaching and reinforcement of behavior occurs throughout the school year

Acknowledge and reinforcing positive behavior is one of the best ways to encourage appropriate behavior and to change inappropriate behavior

Parkside School Positive Behavior Matrix

 

Classroom

Hallway

Lunch/

Outdoor Area

Bus

Assemblies/Field trips

Bathroom/

Locker Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be Respectful

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

Be an active listener and participant

 

 

Have a positive

attitude

 

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

 

Stay to the right

 

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

Show good sportsmanship in games or activities

 

Move quietly to and from lunch areas

 

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

Obey the driver

 

 

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

Be an active listener and participant

 

 

Be a positive representative of your school

 

Respect yourself, others and property

 

Use quiet voice and appropriate language

 

 

 

 

Be Responsible

Ready and Here

(On time with appropriate materials)

 

Leave No Trace

 

 

Keep lockers and hallways clean and secure

 

Leave No Trace

 

Go directly to designated area

 

 

Ready and Here

(On time with appropriate materials)

 

Leave No Trace

 

Ready and Here

(On time with appropriate materials)

 

Leave No Trace

 

Be ready for your stop

 

 

 

Ready and Here

(On time with appropriate materials)

 

Leave No Trace

Use bathroom facilities appropriately

 

Return to class promptly

 

Use proper hand washing techniques

Be Safe

Follow Emergency Procedures

 

Use equipment and materials appropriately

 

 

 

Follow Emergency Procedures

 

Report and respond to unsafe behaviors

 

WALK at all times

 

 

 

Follow Emergency Procedures

 

Report and respond to unsafe behaviors

 

Use equipment and furniture appropriately

 

 

 

 

Follow Emergency

Procedures

 

Report and respond to unsafe behaviors

 

Follow Bus Safety Rules

(Remain seated at all times and keep aisle clear)

 

 

 

Follow Emergency Procedures

 

Follow entrance and exit procedures

 

Stay with assigned Teacher or Chaperone

 

Follow Emergency Procedures

 

Report and respond to unsafe behaviors

 

Use equipment and furniture appropriately

 

 

 

Raider Reward Tickets:

*Students earn Raider Reward tickets for good behavior

*Tickets are redeemed for classroom, school store, and special grade level incentives

*Whole-school activities are offered quarterly

 

What can I do to help my student with PBIS at home?

-Review the three building-wide expectations with your child

-Reinforce the three expectations at home

-Provide positive reinforcement (rewarding good choices with compliments or quality time)

-Model and promote positive phrases with your student, such as, "Thank-you", "Excuse me", "Please", and "I'm Sorry"

- Make time to discuss the school day your child

-Emphasize the importance of being prepared for school (check you child's book bag, create an evening homework routine, get 8-9 hours of sleep, and eat a healthy breakfast)

-Keep in touch with your student's teacher

-Encourage your child to use appropriate language, tone, and facial expressions

 

PBIS Team at Parkside School

Melissa Cassidy and Kay Raineri, Internal Coaches

Michelle Smudzinski, 5th grade 

Tammy Carey, 6th grade

Katie Budnick, Expo

Julie Miller, Social Worker

Sherri Pannier, Dean of Students

Lori Madden, Principal

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Peru Elementary District 124 1800 Church Street Peru, IL  61354
Phone: 815-223-1111 FAX: 815-223-0490

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