Champions of the Week / PBIS

PBIS - Be A Champion Today!

Staff and students at Loudonville High School and Loudonville Junior High School are committed to establishing a safe, respectful and caring environment that promotes student learning.  Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a school-wide system focusing on teaching appropriate behavior to all students using positive reinforcement techniques with the goal of having every student Be A Champion Today!
 

Expected Behaviors at LHS

PBIS consists of three levels.

TIER I

  • Weekly recognition of good behavior and deeds
  • Redbird Champion of the Week
    (Explained below)

TIER II

  • Team approach for additional behavioral intervention includes teachers, administrators, counselors, parent and student; Nature of the problem discussed and team brainstorms ways to change the problem behavior
  • Student is assigned a Check and Connect mentor; Student is expected to meet with that person at least once a day to discuss how they are doing with changing the problem behavior

TIER III

  • Student needs additional help despite previous interventions
  • Outside agencies are included as part of intervention strategies (Examples: school liaisons, outside counselors, probation officers)

 

PBIS Team Members are: Mrs. Jackie Arnold, Mr. Tyler Bates, Mrs. Mary Bowers, Mr. John Battaglia, Mrs. Renee Beck, Mr. Dan Eckenwiler, Mr. Brandon Grimes, Ms. Alyssa Mann, Mrs. Beth Ring, Mr. Matt Rucki, Mr. Kelly Seboe, and Mr. Seth Youngen.


The PBIS program has already had a positive effect as seen in the graph below.

GIFT CARD WINNERS

         


Be A Champion Today!

Behavior Matrix

   
         

PBIS FACT SHEET
 

PBIS Calendar of Events

 
PBIS STAFF FORMS