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December 14, 2015

PBIS kickoff at the MS/HSPositive Behavioral Interventions and Supports - PBIS

Promoting positive behavior and increase learning

 

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, or PBIS, means more time for learning and less spent on discipline at DCS.

PBIS is a research-based framework that helps schools reduce behavioral problems and maintain a safer learning environment where teachers can teach and students can learn.

As an overall approach rather than a curriculum, PBIS involves the active participation of all school staff, students and their families.

PBIS teams in the elementary and high schools work toward the goal of having all staff teach, model, support and reward positive and appropriate behavior. The teams emphasize PBIS' use in classroom management and in providing supports for students needing more assistance.

Numerous schools, both locally and nationally, have documented their success with PBIS, experiencing fewer disciplinary referrals and suspensions and spending more time on academics and learning.

 PBIS was launched in Duanesburg in fall 2013 by teams of teachers, administrators and staff working with the Capital Region BOCES CAPIT program as part of an ongoing effort to provide students with the best possible learning environment.

PBIS Day at Duanesburg Elementary

PBIS at Duanesburg Elementary - Visit our webpage!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PBIS News & Updates


Click on the links below for full articles

Positive behavior is elementary March 2016

Celebrating positive behavior at DES Dec. 2015

MS/HS PBIS Kickoff was positively 3-D Sept. 2014

HS editorial writer: PBIS increases school spirit June 2014

Field day fun and rewards for positive behavior June 2014

Mixing it up in math class March 3, 2014

WTEN-TV features H.S. PBIS kickoff on web Oct. 4, 2013

Being written up is now a good thing for Duanesburg MS/HS students Sept. 30, 2013

Kicking off a positive year at Duanesburg Elementary Sept. 23, 2013


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