Carrboro High School ~ Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS)




Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) 

This program is designed to develop the behaviors necessary for all Carrboro High School students to achieve success during the tenure at the school. 

In accordance with the CHCCS Strategic Growth Plan 2008-2013, 
Carrboro High School is now implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS).  
PBIS is a broad range of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving 
important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior. 

  

The guiding principles are: 

1. All students are valuable and deserve respect. 

2. School climate is a shared responsibility among administrators, teachers, staff, parents and students. 

3. All students can be taught appropriate behavior. 

4. Regular positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviors will help them to occur more frequently. 

 The Carrboro High School PBIS program can be summarized as follows: C (Care About Your Future), H (Honor Yourself and Others) and S (Support Safe and Responsible Behavior). 

For more information about the PBIS program in the CHCCS school system as well as links to additional resources, check out PBIS and CHCCS

Here is info about PBIS in general at PBIS.org.

Check out the PBIS videos at CHS!






2015-2016 Members

James Hopkins - PBIS Administrator

  Bailey Dumaine - PBIS Coach

Jamey Barkdolloni

Melissa Barry 

Monique Brady

John Hite

Daphne Montoya

David Paladin-Fernandez

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