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    River Eves Elementary is a PBIS Distinguished School! 


    Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based, data-driven framework proven to reduce disciplinary incidents, increase a school’s sense of safety, and support improved academic outcomes. The premise of PBIS is that continual character education instruction, combined with acknowledgement or feedback of positive student behavior will reduce unnecessary discipline and promote a climate of greater productivity, safety, and learning. PBIS schools apply a multi-tiered approach to prevention, using disciplinary data and principles of behavior analysis to develop school-wide, targeted and individualized supports to improve school climate for all students.​​


    ​Incentives & Rewards:

                      Daily- Eagle Points for positive behaviors (given by any staff member)

                      Weekly- Weekly drawing from Eagle Points for choice board prizes 

                      Quarterly- Celebration parties for Eagle Point earners


    What can I do at home?​

    Parents are an important and integral part of the PBIS implementation. We encourage parents to use the same expectations and rules that the school teaches. The common language creates consistency and a unified support for expected student behavior. Together the home, school, and community share the responsibility for developing good citizens. Parents, teachers, and students collaborate to maintain a safe, learning environment.

    v  Review and discuss with your student the common rules and behaviors and the River Eves 3Bs and expectations.

    v  Discuss the River Eves 3Bs and incorporate them into your family rules. 

    v  Check the PBIS Rewards App to view student’s Eagle Points.

    v  Ensure that your student is well rested and on time for each school day.

    v  Ask your student about his/her school day.

    v  Encourage your student to do his/her work and keep up with their classes. 

    v  Stay in contact with your student's teacher(s).

    v  Encourage your student to use appropriate language and tone.

    v  Practice caring and polite phrases, such as "Thank you", "Excuse me", "Please", and "I'm sorry."

    v  Be a contributing member of your student's school- volunteer, attend PTA events or other school activities.


    For more detailed information about PBIS, please refer to REES PBIS Committee members or the PBIS website.