Here at Parkview Village Elementary Expressive Arts Magnet School you may have heard the term PBIS mentioned. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions Supports, which is a school wide initiative here. PBIS is a process for creating safer and more effective schools. Through PBIS, schools teach and support positive behavior for all students and all staff everywhere in the school.
So what's new with our PBIS efforts? So far, we've created and taught our School-wide Expectations, called RRCH--Respect, Responsibility, Caring, and Honesty. Our School-Wide Encouragement Plan, called Panther Bucks gives our students recognition for exhibiting these appropriate behaviors. Students may be given Panther Bucks when their behaviors demonstrate our School wide expectations. These Panther Bucks can then used at the Panther Buck Store to purchase items. Our goal is to increase our recognition of students when they are doing something well or right.
We've also created Behavior Matrice which you may have seen posted in our hallways. These matrices list our School-Wide Expectations and Rules for different common areas here at Parkview. This list reminds and informs our students, teachers, and guests about our School-Wide Expectations. The more all of us reinforce our expectations and rules, the more our children will succeed in following them.
Items from the Panther Buck Store