Has your child come home
from school and said they earned a ticket today? Have they come home with a prize from the weekly ROAR drawing?
What is PBIS?
PBIS is the school-wide behavior system that we use at Park Hill School. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Support. The philosophy of this program is that by rewarding students for positive behavior through tickets, positive praise, and rewards, students will begin to build intrinsic motivation to behave in a positive way, which will help create a positive learning environment in all areas of the school. Through the PBIS program, Park Hill has developed a common language for behavior expectations in each area of the school. Each child is familiar with the term, “R.O.A.R.” This stands for:
- R – Respect Others
- O – Ongoing Learning
- A – Always Safe
- R – Responsible Actions
Students receive a red ticket when they demonstrate one of the ROAR qualities. The student then puts their ticket in a class bucket. On Fridays, two names are drawn from the class ticket bucket and they receive a prize.
If you would like to be a part of ROAR or would like more information, please e-mail Cheryl_Cohen@dpsk12.org.
Park Hill Panthers ROAR!!!