What is PBIS?
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports is a system-wide approach to teaching social, emotional, and behavioral skills to all students in school.
A common set of expectations is defined and applied to each setting within the school. Students are re-taught when
expectations are not met, and acknowledged for
displaying behaviors that meet expectations.
Parkview's Vision Statement Links to PBIS
The vision at Parkview Elementary is to provide students with the skills necessary to become positive-minded, resourceful, and
Teachers and staff at Parkview realize that, in order to achieve this vision, students need more than academic skill instruction.
All students must also be taught the
social and emotional skills that will help them become positive members of their communities.
What are Parkview Pride Tickets?
Throughout the year students are recognized for showing Parkview Pride by being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe. They are rewarded blue tickets when this type of behavior is observed. These tickets go into a drawing. At the end of each week one ticket per classroom is drawn. Winning ticket holders choose a non-tangible reward. Each winning blue ticket winner should also bring home home half of the blue ticket to share with his/her parents.
PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) School of Merit Award
Parkview was recognized by the state department or education for earning the PBIS school of merit award.