PBIS at CRES

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support -  Involvement at Home

  • Families are encouraged to support Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) through the use of common language and expectations in the home. 

  • Get to know your school’s 3-5 school-wide rules and work with your child on how to connect them to behaviors at home.

  • PBIS schools focus on teaching the behaviors they desire while at school through clear instruction, practice, and positive reinforcement. 

  • A strong partnership between the home and the school can provide families with ideas on addressing behavior in a similar way at home as well.

  • At Crooked River Elementary School our PBIS Expectations are:

                        Be Responsible
                        Be Respectful       
                        Be Safe        

PBIS in Action at CRES
PBIS in Action at CRES

What is PBIS? 

Schools are successful when they help children grow academically, socially, and emotionally.  For this to happen it is imperative that we have a safe environment that is supportive and conducive for growth.  By setting forth clear social and behavioral expectations and directly teaching students about those expectations, it is our goal is to create a positive atmosphere for optimal learning. 

Camden County Schools has adopted a state-wide initiative entitled Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). This framework is an evidence-based, data-driven framework that has been proven to reduce disciplinary incidents, increase a school’s sense of safety, improve school climate, and support improved academic outcomes for all students. 

The PBIS System has 4 components:
- A matrix of behavioral expectations
- Lesson Plans to teach students the behavioral expectations
- An acknowledgement/reinforcement system
- Behavioral Infraction Notice

At Crooked River, we have three school-wide behavioral expectations:
We are RESPECTFUL
We are RESPONSIBLE
We are SAFE 

PBIS
Parents, click here to learn more about PBIS strategies.

PBIS Family Initiative for September
As a parent, you can be part of this formula for school success by using the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) strategy at home and making a PBIS home plan. When you teach your child the same behaviors that are taught at school and reinforce them at home, you are encouraging your child’s social and academic growth. You can begin by:

• Comparing your home rules and expectations with the school’s core expectations for behaviors.

• Deciding how you can apply the use of those appropriate behaviors in your home and the community.

• Identifying a way to set up predictable routines at home.

• Modeling the behavior you want to see and reinforcing it consistently.

(Source- Pacer Center)