What is PBIS?
PBIS is an approach we use to establish the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students to achieve social, emotional and academic success. PBIS applies a three-tiered system of support and a problem-solving process to enhance the capacity of Euclid High School to effectively educate all students.
PBIS has been shown to be effective in:
Reducing discipline problems
Improving overall academic outcomes
Reducing bullying behavior
Improving social/emotional competence
The three behavior expectations at Euclid High School are:
Euclid High School Three Behavior Expectations
These expectations are taught to all students throughout the school year. There are rules and procedures for all areas of the building. Many of them can be found on the EHS behavior matrix below.
How are students acknowledged for good behavior at EHS?
Students are rewarded for following the behavior expectations in several ways:
Teachers write positive referrals and students are called to the grade-level Assistant Principal’s office.
Quarterly events are held for all students with no office discipline referrals.
Class Shout-Outs recognize whole classes on the Morning Announcements.
Yearly events are held for all students with no office discipline referrals.
What happens when students misbehave?
Teachers utilize proactive strategies in order to minimize the number of behavior errors. These strategies include reviewing behavior expectations, establishing classroom routines and procedures, pre-correcting students before infractions occur, and establishing positive relationships with students.
When behavior infractions do occur, teachers are encouraged to use a continuum of consequences, including, but not limited to, the following:
Behaviors that may result in an office discipline referral are defined in the chart below.
What special events are planned for students?
To Be Determined.
How can parents get involved?
Parents are welcome and encouraged to assist with PBIS implementation at Euclid High School. Some ways parents can get involved are:
Serve as a representative on the PBIS team
Assist with events
Discuss school-wide expectations with your student at home
Assist with developing community partnerships.
How do I get help if my child is struggling with behavior?
Despite our best efforts, students sometimes engage in negative behavior. If your student has received one or more office discipline referrals, and you are concerned about his/her behavior, please contact one of the staff members listed below. They are eager to help and are equipped to provide the necessary support for your student to be successful.
Whom do I contact?
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding PBIS at Euclid High School, please contact:
Anne Obradovich, Assistant Principal
April Costello, District MTSS Coach