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HHES 2017-18 Positive Behavior & Support Plan
Hernando Hills Elementary School
Posted On: Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Hernando Hills Elementary

PBIS 2017-2018

 

PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support)

What does it mean?

PBIS is designed to recognize the positive behavior of students. The entire staff at HHES will take the responsibility to teach positive behavior expectations to students. Students will know what is expected of them. We will implement dining expectations, school wide classroom consequences, playground expectations, bathroom rules, weekly rewards, monthly rewards and an end of year reward. We will also still do student morning announcements. This is exciting!

Our school wide rules will be ROAR! ROAR clipboards travel to each activity with their class. The class role is listed for the activity teachers so that they may take attendance as well as give feedback for behavior issues that may arise.

Respectful

Organized

Achieving

Responsible

 

School Wide Classroom Consequences:

GREEN- Begin day

YELLOW- Warning

ORANGE- 10 minutes of walking at recess (rainy day= reflection journal)

PURPLE- 20 minutes of walking at recess AND contact parent

RED- OFFICE with our teacher write-up form

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