• PBIS
    (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports)
    at
    Ball's Bluff Elementary School
    Our PBIS goal at BBES is to promote positive behavior by encouraging students to ROAR
    (Respect, On task, Always Responsible). 
    By ROARing we learn to be great students, hard workers and leaders.
     Ball's Bluff Elementary has been a PBIS school since the 2007-2008 school year. 
    We were 1 of 5 schools in the county to pilot the program.

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    PAW

    PBIS is a framework with the premise that by reducing behavior concerns, academic growth will become more evident.  With less problem behaviors the teacher will have to correct less and will be able to instruct more.

    Ball's Bluff's PBIS framework is based on
    ROAR.
    Students are expected to demonstrate the 3 criteria: Respect
    On task
    and Always Responsible.

    ROAR

    4S

    Using consistent language like ROAR, 4 S line and others allows for the entire staff to monitor every child. 
    With these school-wide expectations, students understand quickly how to be an exemplary
    BBES tiger.
    Teachers are always on the lookout for exemplary Tigers and your child just might get
    "Caught Being Good." 
    These "Tiger Paws" are how students are entered in our school-wide incentive program.  Teachers are even recognized for catching their students being good!

    CBG

    Positive student behavior is encouraged in the cafeteria through good manners.  Classes show their efforts by keeping 5 green cups each day, 4 at their tables and 1 while waiting on the bench to be picked up. 

    The class in each grade level with the highest green cup count earns the Golden Apple.
    Positive class behavior in the hallway is
    recognized by earning compliments:
    from other teachers,
    from administration,
    from school visitors
    (even parents!)

    Classes with excellent hallway lines can earn their teacher a Jeans Pass!
    How can you help?
     
    How about
    ROAR rules
    at home?
     
    R=Respect -
    Listen to my parents
    Use good words
    Be kind to my brothers and sisters
    O=On task -
    Make sure homework and chores are done on time
    AR= Always Responsible - 
    Clean up my room
    Put my things away
    Make sure I am ready to get to school on time