PRIDE Behavior Plan
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all school students to achieve social, emotional and academic success.
NCE has established a unified set of rules that define our expectations for behavior in our school. Your child's teacher has verbally communicated these rules in the classroom. These rules will additionally be posted throughout the school. These universal school rules, found in every classroom, and non-classroom setting in the school, fall under the following categories:
P - Purposeful
I - Involved
When school expectations are met, students will have an opportunity to be recognized for their efforts by receiving Knight Bucks, which later can be redeemed for unique rewards, including visiting the Treasure Tower, donated by Farmer's Insurance .
As part of our PBIS process, teachers and other staff members will use evidence-based practices to enhance student learning and decrease classroom disruptions. To help students adhere to the rules and in a positive manner, we will perform the following when teaching academics and behavior:
Þ Constantly teach and refer to our school-wide expectations.
Þ Provide students with more praise than correction.
Þ Talk to students with respect using positive voice tone.
Þ Actively engage everyone in the class during instruction.
Þ Use pre-correcting, prompting, and redirecting as we teach.
Þ Look for the positive first and provide positive, immediate, frequent, and explicit feedback.
When school expectations are not followed,the following consequences result:
Disruptive Rule Break #1= Verbal Reminder
Disruptive Rule Break #2= Student - Teacher Conference
Disruptive Rule Break #3= Work Habits Form (signed by parent and returned to teacher)
Disruptive Rule Break #4= Parent - Teacher Conference by phone
Disruptive Rule Break #5= Office Referral
PBIS Information for Parents:
NCE PBIS Discipline Assembly.pptx
PBIS Parent Brochure (1).pub
Please feel free to contact your child's teacher if you have questions about PBIS.
We look forward to a wonderful year !