PBIS - School Wide Behavior Management
Wood Road is a PBIS (Positive Behavioral Inverventions &Supports) school. PBIS is a school-wide approach to preventing and responding to school & classroom discipline issues. PBIS helps to create and maintain a safe learning environment for all students at Wood Road.
The curriculum is based on three ideas:
- Children need to know what is expected of them.
- Children need to be directly taught the correct way to behave
- The correct behavior needs to be encouraged and acknowledged.
Wood Road has three school-wide expectations known as the Three B's. The Three Be's
are posted in all areas of the school so that students can become familiar with them. All
students at Wood Road are expected to:
The first week of school the students will be taught what the Three B's should look
like in all areas of the school including the bathrooms, hallways, recess room and
cafeteria. These general guidelines help our children know what is expected of them. The
expectations for Wood Road students will be consistent between areas of the school and
staff. This consistency will make it easier for students to understand what is expected of them.
If you'd like to learn more about PBIS please visit www.pbis.org. If you would like to
know about what PBIS will look like at Wood Road please visit the PBIS page on the
Wood Road website http://www.bscsd.org/Wood.cfm?subpage=7879.