The Norris PTO is a proud supporter of the Norris Elementary PBIS initiatives.
What is PBIS? PBIS is short for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support. PBIS is a framework or approach for helping Norris staff to develop and enhance behavioral and social skills that will positively impact academics.
Common Expectations: All common areas at Norris have expectations that have been communicated, taught, and reviewed with all students. All expectations are posted for each of these areas. See the Expectations Posters below.
Own Your Actions
What does PBIS look like at Norris?
- ROAR Stickers: Students are given ROAR stickers for positive behavior. When a student earns a ROAR sticker they may take it home to share with their family and celebrate their great choices.
- Students of the Week: Students that consistently demonstrate the ability to do the right thing can be recommended for the Student of the Week award. Up to five students are selected each week. Their names will be announced on Monday during morning announcements and these students receive a certificate, pencil, gift cards, and are able to put a Norris Student of the Week sign in their yard for the week.
What happens if students misbehave? There are some times that students choose not to meet the Norris Expectations. In cases such as these, the Student Code of Conduct will be followed and students will receive natural and logical consequences for their choices.
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