Students receiving Paw Power tickets for following expectations.
HOW IS PBIS IMPLEMENTED AT SOUTHVIEW?
Specific procedures for teaching and celebrating these expectations will occur throughout the year. This will be achieved through the use of:
Teach To’s - School wide instruction of expected behavior. All behaviors are taught at the beginning of the school year, after winter break and throughout the year whenever a student or class demonstrates difficulties displaying appropriate behaviors in a particular setting.
“Paw Power” Tickets - Immediate reinforcement for positive behaviors. These are given by all staff members whenever a student is observed following the expectations.
Paw Power Ticket Drawing - Each Monday, Southview Channel 7 News, picks 15 tickets from the weekly accumulation of "Paw Power" tickets. Students who are drawn receieve a small prize.
Quick Slips and Office Discipline Referrals - Teaching and data collection tools to inform administration, staff, and parents of problem behaviors. This data is tracked and collected for staff to see how referrals are being made each month and when and where behavior problems are occuring.
Celebrations– By following the expectations and earning "Paw Power" tickets, students participate in school-wide activities to celebrate positive behavior.
Click below to see the PBIS 3 Tier Model