Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
The New Auburn School District is using the Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS). To achieve this goal, PBIS focuses on improving a school’s ability to teach and support positive behavior of all students. It is a proactive system approach of prevention and response to classroom and school discipline issues. Emphasis is developing and maintaining safe environments where teachers can teach and student’s can learn. Student’s receive a “Trojan Ticket” when they are caught being good and following school rules. Parents receive and office referral form when problems occur.
We as a school and community want our children to:
· Be Respectful
· Be Responsible
· Be Productive
Throughout the year we will be implementing procedures for teaching and celebrating these expectations school wide. This will encompass:
· Tracking of behavior data school wide
· School wide instruction of expected behaviors
· Immediate reinforcement for positive behaviors
· School wide celebrations acknowledging accomplishments
As the New Auburn School begins to implement the concepts associated with PBIS we ask for your support. In an effort to give your children the best possible education we feel this program will reduce off task time, and enhance student productivity.
We will be tracking student behavior data in the office in order to find problem areas and address them. The goal is to be proactive in addressing the problem, where problems occur most often, and why this problem is occurring.
If you have any questions about this program, or would like more information, please contact your child’s teacher or Cory Martens at 715-237-2202 ext. 105