Ecorse Public Schools positive behavior intervention program

December 18, 2018

Ecorse Public Schools offers a positive behavior intervention program to teach students respect, responsibility and safety at school and on the bus.

 

At the Ecorse Public Schools, we are proud to partner with families and the community to ensure the best possible education for all our children.PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Support. It is a program designed to teach our students respect, responsibility, and safety at school and on the bus. At Ecorse Public Schools, we hope to encourage student to continuously make good behavioral choices by implementing this program.

PBIS is research-based program which can result in:

  • Increase time for instruction

  • An increase in positive behaviors school-wide

  • A decrease in disruptive behaviors


How does the program works?

  • All students and staff are taught the school-wide expectations

  • Students will receive frequent reviews of the expectations and be acknowledged when they demonstrate them

  • Most of the contract that students have with adults in the building is positive and prevents problem behavior from occurring.

  • Staff will use data to help identify students who need additional support

  • A PBIS school provides a consistent, predictable, and fair use of consequences for all students.

 

Learn more about this research-based program and its many benefits at ecorse.education/info#for_parents.

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