Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

  • Before you say it or do it,

    Ask yourself . . .

    Is it Safe? | Is it Respectful? | Is it Responsible?

    You’ll want all your answers to be YES!

    How Is PBIS Information Shared with Parents?  

    • Weekly "Spotlight" flyers sent home Sept. through Oct. Recognition your child earns and brings home
    • Astro Newsletter articles
    • Brochures and Flyers
    • Included in Back-to-School Parent Night information
    • Parent contact by staff

    Our Belief
    Staff members believe that by learning how to follow school rules, students will be able to self-manage their own behavior using "safe, respectful, responsible" choices as a guideline.

    Staff members believe that by learning how to follow school rules, students will be able to self-manage their own behavior using "safe, respectful, responsible" choices as a guideline.Students are expected to follow these rules to-and-from school, on the school grounds, at all school functions and on field trips.

    Bus Superstars
    HSD’s Transportation Department reinforces positive behaviors on the bus with Superstars.

    HSD’s Transportation Department reinforces positive behaviors on the bus with Superstars.Watch for your child to receive a bright yellow, raffle-size ticket with a star on it. Like Gotchas, the tickets indicate your child has been observed using positive behaviors.

    Students who earn five Superstars can trade them in for a Superstar reward on the bus. Help your child select a backpack "pocket" for storing Superstars until they can claim their reward.  

     "We are a safe, respectful, responsible community of learners who encourage each other to do our best."