Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

Northeast Elementary is in the process of implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)  PBIS is a process for creating school environments that are more predictable and effective for achieving academic and social goals which should change our school culture for the better.

For more information, visit https://www.pbis.org/school

Below are the PBIS Pillars and Expectations for Northeast Elementary

Kind
  • In the lunchroom, we use our manners
  • In the hallway, we greet others with a smile or wave
  • On the bus, we greet other and use kind words
  • In the classroom, we show empathy and use manners
  • In the restroom, we give other privacy
  • At recess, we include others, share, and take turns
  • At arrival and dismissal, we use polite words
Responsible
  • In the lunchroom, we eat and clean up after ourselves
  • In the hallway, we take the shortest route to where we are going
  • On the bus, we keep our hands, feet, and objects to ourselves
  • In the classroom, we follow the rules and routines with our best effort
  • In the restroom, we go, flush, wash, and leave
  • At recess, we use our hands, feet, and equipment correctly
  • At arrival and dismissal, we keep our hands and feet to ourselves and keep objects in our backpacks/bags
Respectful
  • In the lunchroom, we talk quietly, listen, and follow directions
  • In the hallway, we use a quiet voice, listen, and follow directions
  • On the bus, we listen and follow directions
  • In the classroom, we treat others the way we wish to be treated
  • In the restroom, we clean up after ourselves
  • At recess, we listen and follow directions
  • At arrival and dismissal, we listen and follow directions
Safe
  • In the lunchroom, we keep hands, feet, and objects to ourselves and we always walk
  • In the hallway, we keep hands, feet, and objects to ourselves and we always walk on the right side of the hall
  • On the bus, we stay in our seats and use a quiet voice
  • In the classroom, we get permission to leave and regulate our body and emotions
  • In the restroom, we wait quietly for our turn
  • At recess, we walk to line up and pay attention to our environment
  • At arrival and dismissal, we walk and stay in designated areas