PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) is a systems change method that promotes positive behaviors in students. Strategies are developed that manage student behavior in and out of classroom settings.
It is an all-encompassing system of behavior management where all involved are on board, so that behavior management is not produced in a piecemeal way.
Instead, all students in a school are accountable with support to behave in ways that positively affect them personally and academically.
Sunrise River Elementary school has established core expectations that center around being respectful, responsible and safe throughout the school building.
To view the student-created PBIS videos please visit www.northbranch.k12.mn.us/nbaps/srs/ and click on the Behavior Expectations tab on the left side of the page.
For May, Sunrise River Elementary recognized 10 students for their commitment to being respectful, responsible, and safe during the month, they are: Carson Londer, Levi Beck, Jacob Karnes, Abby Lessmann, Dallas Kasper, Hannah Christensen, Alexis Sheehan, Joshua Winter, Brooke West, Brittany Lessmann, Levi Beck and Alexis Sheehan are not pictured.
Principal Jason Hartmann is pictured with the students.