Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)  


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    Positive Behavior Support for Families during Uncertain Times

    Proven techniques to encourage your kids to show respectful, responsible, and healthy behaviors at home!  This video is both an informational training and an expose of positive parenting in our community during this uncertain time.  It features San Juan employees using highly effective routines and behavior practices with their own kids at home. With unstaged family footage, viewers will witness our struggles and especially our successes as parents and caregivers.  Several departments teamed up to create this presentation while observing social distancing measures. We are all in this together!  Supporting materials can be accessed here. 


     For questions/comments regarding this video and supporting materials contact Sean Bollinger at sbollinger@sanjuan.edu.  


     What is PBIS?

    PBIS is a system for creating a predictable, positive, and safe school environment. PBIS proactively builds positive student behaviors and responds to undesired behaviors in a clear and consistent way. Ultimately, PBIS helps schools become more effective, orderly, and equitable learning environments for ALL students and teachers.

    Schools that implement PBIS use the following approaches:

    • Teach students positive behavior expectations and strategies, just as they would other subjects such as reading or math.
    • Recognize and acknowledge students for doing things the right way—for exhibiting healthy behaviors that lead to new learning.
    • Address misbehaviors with corrective consequences, using evidence-based approaches that are effective at preventing and changing maladaptive behaviors.
    • Use data to monitor behavior trends and make informed decisions that sustain a positive climate.
    • View all practices through a culturally responsive and trauma-informed lens.


    How Does PBIS Work?

    PBIS schools set up three tiers of support, also called multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS).  All students receive Tier 1.  Some students need extra supports, which are provided at the Tier 2 and Tier 3 levels. For more information link to www.PBIS.org




    Supporting Families with PBIS at Home


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Last Modified on May 26, 2020