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What is positive behavior INTERVENTION support (PBiS)?
PBIS is a program focused on creating a positive learning environment. The program incorporates four expectations for students to adhere to, in order to achieve this goal.
What are the four expectations?
The four school-wide expectations are that students will be "positive, safe, responsible, and respectful." Each morning begins with a pledge to follow these expectations in all areas of the school. Lessons are taught to reinforce the importance of being positive, safe, responsible, and respectful.
Each day at BEE, students can receive starbucks for displaying the school expectations of being positive, safe, responsible, and respectful.  On the last day of each month, students can shop at the BEE Starbuck Store.  They use their starbucks to purchase a variety of items and privileges.  Past favorites include popcorn, tattoos, fancy pencils, and candy grams to friends.  Volunteers are always welcome to assist.  Please email Ms. Ainsworth, assistant principal, if you’re interested at kellie.ainsworth@stpsb.org 

School-wide consequences

Positive Consequences
Negative Consequences

Star Bucks
Monthly Star Buck Store
Perfect Attendance Recognition

Minor Behaviors (White Slips)
5 White Slips = Office Referral
Major Behaviors (Office Referral)

 

 

Thank you to our community sponsors of BEE’s PBIS program:

Riverside Travel Center

 

 

 

 

My Character Counts at BEE!

BEE’s focus for the 2017-2018 school year is on teaching character traits and then putting those traits into action in our local community.  Events include a special lunch for local law enforcement, a Kindness Rocks garden at the front of school, and a Mardi Gras bead collection for STARC. 

 
 

 

 

 

Monthly Character Traits

September:  Kindness

October:  Perseverance

November:  Thankfulness

December:  Peacefulness

January:  Unity  

February: Loving/Caring

March:  Courage

April: Confidence   

May:  Joyfulness



 

 

 

 

 

 

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