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Ready, Respectful, and Responsible

Recognized by Pennsylvania Positive Behavior Support for Sustaining Tier 1 and Implementing Tier 2 with Fidelity since 2019.

$400 RAISED through the

WEIS 4 SCHOOL PROGRAM!

Weis Markets' Weis 4 School program allows customers to earn points on their purchases to generate donations for the local school of their choice. Families of the FCR community who shop at Weis in Carbondale helped raise $400 for our elementary school's PBIS system! Special shout out to Mrs. Amanda McGraw for facilitating this partnership!


When you shop at Weis, scan the barcode below to register your Weis Club Card. Once you register, you're in the program and you do not need to register again.

*Please share this barcode with your friends and relatives so they can earn points for our school too!


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Pictured left to right are: Mr. Michael Zack, Elementary Principal, Pre-K, Willow Lacotta, Mrs. Tara Palickar's class; Kindergarten, Ethan Weckel, Mrs. Caitlin Ossont's class; Grade 1, Aricha Saul, Mrs. Heather Monahan's class; Grade 3, Peyton Carpenter, Mrs. Jenna Glynn's class; Grade 3, Ike Burleigh, Miss Sarah Redick's class; Grade 4, Jacob Turano, Mr. Jim Bolcavage's class; Grade 5, Isaac Wilmot, Mrs. Cathy Sisson's class; Grade 6 Super Sixth Grader, Onyella Wielebinski, Mrs. Krista Tully's class.
Absent from photo: Grade 2, Giovanni Lipko, Mrs. Bobbi Jo Goben's class



What is School-Wide PBIS?

School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (also referred to as SW-PBIS) is a proactive approach to discipline that emphasizes prevention, instruction on social skills, and data-based decision making to reduce problem behavior and improve academic performance.

SW-PBIS is rooted in the behavioral or behavior analytic perspective in which it is assumed that behavior is learned, is related to immediate and social environmental factors, and can be changed. PBIS is based on the idea that students learn appropriate behavior in the same way they learn to read—through instruction, practice, feedback, and encouragement.

Key features of PBIS include:

  • Administrative leadership

  • Team-based implementation

  • Behavioral expectations are defined

  • Behavioral expectations are taught

  • Appropriate behaviors are acknowledged

  • Problem behaviors are corrected proactively

  • Data guides decision making