Positive Behavior Intervention Support

Implementing School Wide Program

1. Set Mission Statement

The Libby Middle School PBIS program is to create an effective learning community in which students, teachers, administrators, and parents are actively contributing through the consistent practice of respect, responsibility, safety, and positive attitudes.

2. Define School Wide Expectations

  • Libby Charger Power-Ups: Respect, Safety, Responsibility, Attitude

3. Teaching And Practicing Behaviors

  • Teach in Advisory
  • Training for teachers and students
  • Time to Practice Routines on first days of school

4. Policies for Negative/poor Behavior

  • SET expectations!
  • Chances to correct behavior
  • Chances to amend behaviors
  • All teachers actively engaged in PBIS program with fidelity

5. Procedures for record-keeping and decision making based on the data

  • Collect data: Number of Referrals, Number of Behavior Re-Directions, Students of Interest (record with daily rubric.) Number of Positive Behavior Postcards, Number of Harm Circles
  • Analyze the data frequently to see which behavioral expectations are succeeding and which ones need help or re-teaching

6. Encourage family awareness and involvement

  • Communicate via website to parents about the behavior theme
  • Provide training or support for parents about the behavior themes
  • Website Page: on afterschool activities - behavior building, support, recognition/award night

7. Acknowledge Good Behavior

  • Individual Recognition - on website (Students of The Month)
  • Power-Ups - Postcard of recognition of individual student behavior
  • All teachers actively engaged in PBIS program with fidelity

8. Assessment of PBIS Plan

  • Committee will analyze the results from the district's evaluation team and improve our plan