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Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports 
at the
Edna Libby Elementary School



                             What is School-Wide PBIS

 The maine focus of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is to provide a clear system 
 for all expected behaviors at the Edna Libby Elementary School. While many faculty and students 
 may have assumptions of what is expected behavior, we cannot assume that everyone's beliefs are 
 similar. Through PBIS, we are working to ensure that all our students K-3 benefit from the consistent  
 teaching and acknowledgement of appropriate behaviors across all school settings.
                                                                                


Edna Libby PBIS 
Purpose Statement

We the faculty and staff of Edna Libby are committed to creating a safe, responsible, 
and respectful environment, sustaining this environment through clear, consistent expectations, 
promoting positive goals, and supporting the whole child in collaboration with
 students, family and community.


Edna Libby School-Wide Expectations

Be Safe

Be Responsible

Be Respectful

 
School Motto


 Teaching behavior expectations through PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support)

 affords all students the initial 

instruction and on-going support they need to be Responsible, Respectful, and Safe every day in every way. 


(At the start of each day students and staff recite the Edna Libby School Motto.)





Traditional Discipline VS  PBIS  
                     Traditional Discipline                                           Positive Behavior Interventions & Support

                * Focused on the student's problem behavior                   * Replaces undesired behavior with a new behavior or skill
                   * Goal is to stop undesirable behavior through                 * Teaches appropriate skills
                      through the use of punishment                                     * Rewards appropriate behavior
                     


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