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PBIS AND BEHAVIOR SUPPORT

PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention and Support. PBIS is a broad range of systemic & individualized strategies for achieving important social & learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students. It is focused on standardizing expectations school wide, defining rules in positive terms for common spaces, and specifically teaching the rules and expectations. It is a System of recognizing students and staff who meet those expectations.The idea behind PBIS is that we need to teach students what we expect and how to behave just like we teach them to read and to do math.

Contact Information

Ashley Sherman, School Counselor
919-929-8715 ext 36286
ASherman@chccs.k12.nc.us




Resources

PBIS Video (shown at student assemblies)

What is PBIS?
Powerpoint summary of what PBIS is, and how it is implemented at Ephesus.

PBIS Resources for Parents (in English)

PBIS Resources for Parents (in Spanish)

Rules and Expectations Matrices (English and Spanish)
Ephesus Expectations and Rules School-wide
PBIS Matrix of expectations and rules for areas of the school.