• PBIS is an acronym for Positive Behavior Intervention and Support.

    PBIS Goals
    • GOAL #1 - School-wide Implementation of Rules and Expectations
    • GOAL #2 - Focus on At-Risk Students
    • GOAL #3 - School-Wide Incentive Plan
    • GOAL #4 - Family & Community Involvement
    • GOAL #5 - Model School Recognition

    MISSION : Provide leadership, professional development, resources and ongoing support in order for schools to successfully implement Positive Behavior Intervention and Support.

    Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Programs are a way to impact the learning environments in the schools in order to support high student performance and to reduce behavioral problems.

    Whole School Positive Behavior Intervention and Support is a systematic approach that establishes and reinforces clear behavioral expectations.

    It is a team-based system involving the entire school staff using a systems approach. The school staff must adopt a common approach to discipline that is proactive, instructional, and outcome-based. The data about the school is used to guide decision making. The school team looks at the entire school campus and the whole school day. The goal is to help educate all students, even students with challenging behaviors. There is an emphasis on continuous, data-based improvement, individualized to each school.

    PBIS is also an instructional approach that focuses on systematically teaching social behavior using effective instructional methodology.


    PBIS Committee


    Melanie Taylor
    5th grade representative Monic Rasmussen
    6th grade representative Robin Potter
    7th grade representative Natalie Leary
    Elective representative Vanessa Oden

    EC representative

    Classified representative

    Assistant Principal


    Pamela Tucker-Roberts 

    Christie Potts

    Greg Lentine

    Brianna Williams