What does PBIS look like at Richards?W. D. Richards School staff and students are committed to being a PBIS school. The driving forces behind PBIS are to teach the students the expected behavior at Richards. Here is what PBIS looks like at our school:Act ResponsiblyBe RespectfulCommunicate Effectively
What is a voice level at Richards?0 = Zero people can hear you.
- Reinforcement: Students earn "RAVE CARDS" for displaying the expected behaviors at Richards. These cards can be taken to the Rave Box to exchange for prizes.
- All staff and students at Richards use common language when explaining PBIS expectations. This allows for a large amount of continuity from classroom to classroom, ensuring a seamless day for the students.
- The PBIS committee meets monthly to review staff feedback, alter PBIS lesson plans, and review discipline data. This feedback and data determine what the PBIS committee focuses on next.
1 = Partner voice: Quiet voice. Only one person on each side can hear you.
2 = Quiet Conversation voice: Several people within 5 ft of you can hear.
3 = Speaker Voice: Use this voice when talking to large groups of people.
4 = Outside Voice: Use this voice at recess