stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Support. Southwood is a PBIS
school. Our plan includes recognizing star behavior. At Southwood we
want to act like STARS. STARS are:
the first weeks of the school year, students watch the PBIS videos to
learn the school expectations for each area. Teachers work with students
to gain skills in appropriate behaviors for each area of the school:
classroom, cafeteria, playground, bus, hallway, bathroom, enrichment,
and car riders.
and classrooms are rewarded with a star for their classroom bucket when
appropriate behavior is recognized by another staff member. When
classroom reach specific goals, 50, 100, 150, 200, and 250, they become
part of that club. Upon reaching a club goal, the class earns a
classroom reward and a large star is placed on the club board in the
cafeteria. So...as you visit and eat lunch with your child, see where
your child's class is at on the club boards! Teachers also set smaller
PBIS Referral Form
Who Should I refer to PBIS?
- A student that frequently doesn't follow directions.
- A student that has had more than three minor incident referrals in a month.
- A student that disrupts your class for an extended period of time daily.
- A student that frequently requires your attention and keeps you from instructing the rest of the class.
- A student that you have tried at least two interventions with to address the behavior(s) of concern.