PBIS

PBIS has come to Turner!

 

Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)

 

The School District of Beloit Turner has adopted Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, (PBIS), to help create and maintain a positive school climate and an effective learning environment within all of our schools. PBIS is a series of strategies designed to promote academic achievement and behavioral competence by teaching the expectations for appropriate behavior in all areas of the school environment. By reducing behavioral infractions, PBIS creates an effective learning environment where teachers can teach and students can learn. As part of the program,

 

Powers Elementary School (PANDAS) is in their second year of implementing “Panda Pennies and Panda Paws,” and its five key behavior traits all students are expected to follow:

 

Polite Always responsible Nice words Do your best Always Safe

 

PBIS Team Members: 

Mia Laursen

Lori Tinker

Natasha Jacobson

Amy Couillard

 

 contact any of these staff members for

more information at (608) 364-6360

 

 

 

Townview Elementary School (TIGERS) is in their first year of implementing “Tiger Paws,” and their three key behavior traits for all students are expected to follow:

 

G-Respect-Responsible-Resourcefulness-eaT!

 

PBIS Team Members:

Sue Cicogna

Joanne Tinder

Sarah Stelter

Chris Raddatz

Chris Preston

contact any of these staff members

for more information at (608) 364-6365

 

 

Turner Middle School (TITANS) has established their five key behavior traits all students are expected to follow.

 

Trustworthy Integrity Thoughtful Accepting Noteworthy

 

 PBIS Team Members:

Karisa Anderson

Amy Kniffin

Betty Norris

Marshall Reese

Tami Scott

 

contact any of these staff members 

for more information at (608) 364-6367

 

 

Turner High School (PRIDE) has established their six key behavior traits all students are expected to follow.

 

Be Trustworthy Be Respectful Be Engaged Be Aware Be Tasteful Be Your Best

 

PBIS Team Members:

Angela Flynn

Zach Kuehne

Megan Nelson

Jeff Peterson

Derek Richmond

Katie Williams

 

contact any of these staff members

for more information at (608) 364-6370

 

 

Classroom teachers and staff will be working throughout the year to familiarize students with these behavioral expectations. Appropriate behavior within specific school settings (classroom, hallways, cafeteria, bathroom, playground, assemblies and buses) will be emphasized for each of these expectations. Each school will implement a plan to address the behavior traits which will include a celebration to reward students for their accomplishments toward positive behavior.