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    PBIS 
at
 Woodland
 Primary!



    PBIS
(Positive
 Behavior 
Interventions 
and
 Supports)
 is 
a
 proactive 
systems
 approach
 for
 creating 
and
 maintaining 
safe
 and 
effective 
learning 
environments 
in
 schools, 
and
 ensuring
 that 
all
 students 
have 
the 
social/emotional 
skills
 needed 
for
 success 
in 
school and beyond.



    It
 is 
our 
belief 
that
 by 
creating 
a 
positive
 culture 
in
 our
 schools,
 students
 will
 be
 able
 to 
achieve
 academically 
and 
build 
positive
 relationships 
with
 peers
 and
 adults.


 The 
foundation 
of 
this 
approach
 emphasizes
 teaching 
students
 the
 behaviors
 we 
expect 
to
 see, 
reminding 
them 
to 
use 
those
 behaviors,
 acknowledging
 them
 when 
they 
do,
 and
 correcting
 them 
when 
they 
do
 not.


 

    
We use ROAR as our acronym-

    R- Be Respectful
    O-Take Ownership
    A- Be Accepting
    R- Be Ready

    The students are taught the behavioral expectation for each location in the building (ex: classroom, playground, hallway, cafeteria). The students are all taught using "universal language" so that every student has been given the same expectations to demonstrate positive behaviors.
Wiley and Friends
ROAR with Pri