Mahnomen ISD #432

PBIS Information

 

What do the letters PBIS stand for?

PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports.

 

What are Pride points?

Pride points are a slip of paper given to a student when they are caught practicing the expectations that we want all students to follow in the school. Our matrix is posted all over the school as a reminder of what is expected.

 

What do the students do with the pride points when they are given them?

All teachers have a bucket on their desk to collect pride points. They are collected weekly and put into a drawing. Your student may have come home last year with a prize! They are split into categories: PreK-3rd, 4th-6th, 7th-9th, & 10-12th gr. We also do a monthly drawing which is a little bigger. We have played BINGO at quarter break school-wide over the intercom system which has also been a favorite!

 

Who can hand out pride points?

Any staff member in the school has access to the pride points and can hand them out at any time. Ex: Classroom, recess, hallways, bus, lunchroom, etc.

 

What is the goal?

Our goal at Mahnomen Public Schools is for all students to learn and understand expectations needed to be successful in school and the real world.

 

 

Mahnomen Public School will promote caring relationships, ownership of behaviors, and mutual respect for all people while providing a foundation for academic success.

 

Tribe Pride

 

 

 

Proud

Respectful

Involved

Determined

Educated

In…

Class

Do your best work


Take your time


Expect to succeed


Proud of accomplishments

Respect yourself and others

Respect materials and property

Positively participate


Be prepared

Do your best


Attend school daily


Work completed on time


Learn from mistakes

Ask for help


Use your time wisely


Do your own work

In the…

Hallways

Bathrooms

Locker Rooms

Keep hallways/ lockers clean


Report problems

Respect staff, equipment & facilities

Use appropriate voice levels

Keep areas clean


Friendly to peers & staff


Positive language

Be on time to classes & meetings

Wash hands


Walk

In the…

Cafeteria &

Commons

Be polite


Wait your turn


Clean up your area

Respect equipment & facilities


Say “Please” and “Thank you”

Help others


Wait your turn


Include everyone

Pick up after yourself


Stay in designated area


Eat healthy

Use table manners


Use inside voice


Walk

 

Participating…

Recess

Extra-Curricular

Events

Assemblies

Gym

School spirit


Treat equipment with care

 

Show Sportsmanship


Respect others

Include everyone


Participate safely


Get involved

Challenge yourself


Do your best on and off the court


Strive to improve

Actively listening


Practice good

citizenship


Exit appropriately

On/At the…

Bus

Bus Stop

School Vehicle

Keep the bus clean


Appreciate privilege to ride

Respect bus expectations, drivers, passengers


Respect property of others

Be a positive leader


Model good behavior


Keep driver informed

Be on time


Dress appropriately

Practice Bus Safety


Help others

In the World…

At Home

Social Media

Be polite and courteous


Think before you communicate

Be law abiding


Respect others opinions

Use appropriate sites & language


Be kind

Create a bully-free area


Be open-minded


Be positive

Check your sources


Create your own work without  plagiarizing


Use technology appropriately