What is PBIS?
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional and academic success. Attention is focused on creating and sustaining primary (school-wide), secondary (classroom), and tertiary (individual) systems of support for all students.
Schools are discovering that PBIS:
- Helps to create a positive school climate.
- Addresses the behavioral needs of all students with proven, easy to implement strategies.
- Allows the school to create the “right fit” for them, so that practices are appropriate to the context and sustainable over time.
- Results in increased time for instruction and fewer disciplinary incidents.
- Is viable and does not have to overwhelm staff given the limited time and resources that schools have.
Colton High School Distance Learning Behavior Matrix
Act with Integrity
Take turns to comment during online lessons and discussions. Honor one voice speaking at a time. Make respectful comments/facial expressions online. Maintain social distancing. Ask for help when needed.
Have all the materials I need.
Attend online meetings on time.
Complete/turn in all assignments on time each day.
Check for important dates on each online site my teacher uses.
Turn in my own work. Use online meeting applications for school use only. Always think before posting. Support classmates and opinions. Always persevere and try my best.
Respectful of myself and others online.
Use technology appropriately. Take good care of my Chromebook.
Make sure Chromebook is charged before starting to do online work.
Stay on task.
Avoid and report inappropriate sites and unsafe use.
Use Chromebooks for school use only
Take pride in completing my best work.
Keep login, passwords, and private information private.
Colton High School Behavior Expectations
Act with Integrity!
It’s the Colton way!