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PBIS: Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports

PBIS: Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports

The Board of Trustees, the administration, and staff of Spring View Middle School believe that the behavior of students attending public schools should reflect standards of good citizenship expected by members of a democratic society.  Spring View Middle School is a PBIS school. PBIS schools use a data driven proactive approach to establish behavioral supports and social culture on campus. 
Students shall be expected to:

  • Respect constituted authority, state laws, school policies, and regulations.
  • Assume personal responsibility for their education and behavior.
  • Maintain high standards of courtesy, decency, and morality and respect real estate and personal property.
  • Exhibit pride in their work and achievement.
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an approach to supporting students to be successful in schools.  PBIS was developed from research in the fields of behavior theory and effective instruction.  PBIS supports all students through intervention ranging from a school-wide system to a system for developing individualized plans for specific students. Spring View PBIS focuses on the development and implementation of pro-active procedures and practices to prevent problem behavior for all students and improve school climate.

Responsible Student Behavior:  Spring View Middle School students are expected to show respect for ALL staff members, the rights of other students, and for the properties furnished for their use.  To ensure high standards of conduct, certain rules have been established.  Some of these rules are mandated by the State of California, others have been developed for general safety and welfare and to create an atmosphere in which all students can be proud of their school and fellow students.

Every student shall:
  • Have the right to learn, free from interference or interruption of the educational process.
  • Have respect for other people’s feelings, rights, property, health, and safety.
  • Respond to all adults and fellow students in a courteous manner.
  • Regard school as their place of work.  Students’ clothing and behavior should reflect this fact.
  • Take responsibility for creating and maintaining a kind, safe, productive, and clean campus.
  • Treat substitutes and all school personnel with courtesy and respect.