PBIS Pieces

Fall 2014

PBIS Resources to Renew, Reuse & Recycle!

If you're looking for great Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 Interventions for your students be sure to visit the website rich resources crafted by Polk Elementary.


http://polkdhsd7.sharpschool.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3751798&pageId=4687449


This fall our focus will be looking at Best Practices within our District at the elementary level. This winter we will focus on our middle schools and in the spring we will highlight our high schools. Be sure to email Jennifer Villines with any PBIS celebrations you'd like to see.

Positive Rewards for Positive Learning Environments!

The discipline data as a district for the first six weeks shows that PBIS continues to make a difference within our learning environments. The first six weeks of 2014-2015 showed a decrease of 21% of office referrals during the same timeframe for the 2013-2014 school year. Bus conduct referrals are down 68% during the first six weeks as compared with the same time period last year.


Congratulations to the following schools for having a positive PBIS learning environment.

Reporting a decrease in referrals (campus & bus) for the first six weeks:


High Country

Gililland

Bryson

Lake Pointe

Northbrook

Willow Creek

Creekview MS

Prairie Vista MS

Ed Willkie MS

Chisholm Trail HS

Saginaw HS


Showing a significant reduction in referrals:

Ed Willkie Middle School, Chisholm Trail High School and Saginaw High Schools


We have much to celebrate in Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD! Your hard work with students, building relationships and routines are paying off!