Positive Behavior Expectations


Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (P.B.I.S.)

Leading By Example

PBIS is an evidence-based, data-driven framework proven to reduce disciplinary incidents, increase our school’s sense of safety, improve school climate, and support enhanced academic outcomes for all students.  This framework is established to arrange effective environments, and not to ‘fix’ students.  The overall goal for the staff is to arrange environments so additional supports are built into the way of life at school.  The overall goal for students is to work toward self-management.  The Dickerson expectations are listed below.


DICKERSON EXPECTATIONS Diczersow Are.... Cafeteria Hallway Locker Room ms Proactive Get what is needed the first time. Only carry the required materials. Get a pass, put agenda in the tray, and report any problems to an adult. Lock up all belongings. Listen to the bus driver and report any incidents. Bring your fully charged Student Laptops laptop to school. empathetic Seats are for sitting, not saving. Walk in lines and keep hands and feet to self. Respect the privacy of others at all times. Be courteous and respectful to all. Respect the space of other bus riders. Laptops are for learning, not distracting others. Active cearvters Use the time given to eat a nutritious meal. Proceed to class in a timely and efficient manner. Complete the task and return to class. Dress out for daily participation. Board the bus promptly and stay seated while the bus is moving. Use laptops as directed to complete school assignments. self-Aware Use good table manners. Be cognizant of others. Wash your hands and leave the restroom clean. Keep hands, feet, and comments to self. Use conversational voice and appropriate language. Ensure that your laptop use is school appropriate. Reflective Did I leave a clean area? Did I drop something? Did I clean up after myself? Do I have good hygiene? Do I have everything before I exit the bus? Am I using my laptop for its intended purpose?