Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support - PBIS at Momot Elementary School

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What Does PBIS Look Like at Momot?
Behavioral Matrix

Throughout the year you will hear our entire Momot faculty and staff discussing our school wide expectations. Momot Elementary School is using Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) to help ALL students achieve our school and district wide goals. PBIS focuses on improving a school’s ability to teach and support positive behavior of all students. It is a proactive systems approach of prevention and response to classroom and school discipline issues.

We have many services and programs in place which support the development and maintenance of safe environments where teachers can teach and students can learn.

Listed below are our school wide expectations. We have described positive behaviors associated with these expectations for all of the areas of our school. You can see some of these behaviors in the behavioral matrix.

During the first days of school we will be teaching these expectations to all students. Throughout the year, there will be various school assemblies and special programs designed to promote positive behaviors. Information and details about the PBIS program will be published in Bearfacts. For more information contact your child’s teacher, Mrs. Lamberti or our two PBIS coaches, Kris Lutters and Suzanne Frechette. They can be reached through the main office.

We hope that you support our program. We are very excited about the opportunities this approach offers all children.

The Four Bs:

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Cooperative

Be Responsible