PBIS @ Benny

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is based on the problem-solving model and aims to prevent inappropriate behavior through teaching and reinforcing appropriate behaviors. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a process that is consistent with the core principles of RTI. Similar to RTI, PBIS offers a range of interventions that are systematically applied to students based on their demonstrated level of need, and addresses the role of the environment as it applies to development and improvement of behavior problems. Our school expectations on behavior are centered on five primary characteristics of behavior: promptness, productivity, politeness, preparedness, and positive attitude.

Benny PBIS Behavioral Expectations Matrix
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Our grade-level teams use the problem-solving process to create action plans using the Individual Planning Form when repeated student undesirable behaviors arise. Students receive Benny Bucks from staff members for exhibiting any of the five P's. Students redeem the "money" for prizes in the school store and admittance to various school events held throughout the year. Our school has three teams (Universal, Targeted and Core) that work to address student behavior at the three different levels. Our Universal Team implements school-wide events, and celebrations to address our school data using the problem solving method. Our grade-level teams implement interventions using the problem-solving method and the Individual Planning Process. Our Targeted Team implements targeted interventions such as: Check In/Check Out (CICO), Individual Check In/Check Out (ICICO), Support Groups (Anger Management, Social Skills, Organization, Self-Advocacy, Self-Control, High-Achievers). The Core Team implements individual interventions such as FBAs/BIPs and Wrap-arounds.

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