SW PBIS Pamphlet

What Is PBS?

A Guide To The PBS Program

Our School Matrix


All Settings Classroom Hallway Cafeteria Restroom Playground Bus
Be Safe Keep hands and feet to yourself
Stay in assigned space
Push in chairs
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Walk Facing Forward
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Walk
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Wash hands with soap and water
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Use equipment appropriately
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Stay seated on your bottom
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Be Respectful Follow directions
Be polite
Use respectful words and tone
Respect each others' personal space
Hands to your sides
Silent in the hallway
Use respectful words and tone
Use manners
Respect others’ privacy
Whisper
Use respectful words and tone
Share equipment
Silent on the lot
Use respectful words and tone
Be Responsible Keep school neat and clean
Take pride in yourself and your school
Be prepared for class
Keep room neat and cleanDo your best work
Stay with group
Safe, Straight, Silent
Clean up after yourself Clean up after yourself
Use restroom at every restroom break
Line up when whistle blows
Take care of equipment
Safe, seated, silent on the lot?
Have all materials with you

 

What Does PBS Stand For?
PBS stands for:
Positive
Behavior
Support

Behaviour Expectations:
We have high expectations for the students in our school. We expect the students to achieve academically to their fullest potential. We expect students to contribute in a positive manner in all areas. The following is a list of our main three behavior expectations:

  1. Be Safe
  2. Be Respectful
  3. Be Responsible

What are All the Stars About?
Stars are an important part in our PBS system. They reinforce the key expectations for the students. Students are told to walk along the stars in our hallways. This creates quiet hallways which improves the learning environment. That is why you will often hear a teacher telling his/her students to be “Safe, Straight, and Silent” in the hallways.

How are Stars Earned?
Classes or individual students, may earn stars for following the three main expectations of our school (be safe, be respectful, be responsible). We have different colors of stars for each area in our building as follows:
Hallways- Green
Bathrooms- Light Blue
Art- Orange
Music- Pink
P.E. - Red
Library- Brown
Cafeteria- Yellow
Recess- Dark Blue
Assemblies- Purple

Students can also earn stars for their bus by following the bus expectations:

  1. Stay Safe
  2. Stay Seated
  3. Silent on the Lot

Individual Rewards:
Students can earn individual rewards by following the school rules. Shining star tickets are given to students who demonstrate our expectations of being safe, respectful, and responsible. Those tickets are then given to the teacher. The student will then have a chance to win rewards as the teacher draws tickets out during the week.

Semester Rewards:
Students who do not receive any discipline referrals for the semester will be eligible for semester rewards.

The De Soto School District #73 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age in its programs and activities as required by Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Inquiries related to District programs and to the location of services, activities and facilities that are accessible by persons with disabilities may be directed to the De Soto School District Central Office, 610 Vineland School Road De Soto, MO 63020, or by telephone at (636) 586-1000.