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Behavior Expectations


PBIS Behavior Program
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This year, Antelope Meadows will implement the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports program (PBIS). PBIS is a school-wide behavior program that focuses on positive behaviors for our students. Students learn better ways of behaving by being taught directly and receiving positive feedback. We will monitor behavior in the classroom, playground, bus, bathroom, hallway, and cafeteria. The expectations that we will have of our students are:

Antelope Meadows students are expected to:

 Be Safe

 Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Kind

What is PBIS?
"PBIS is a proactive systems approach to preventing and responding to classroom and school discipline problems.  Emphasis is directed toward developing and maintaining safe learning environments where teachers can teach and students can learn."

Behavior Management System

Staff will be using a classroom behavior chart, or “clip chart”, to reward and correct student behavior. It is critical to provide consistent and fair discipline procedures in the classroom and throughout the school. To be successful with PBIS staff will:

  • Teach students the expectations, procedures, and routines so expectations are clear for student behavior 

  • Teach students about the PAWS ticket reward system

  • Reward students with “clipping up” and/or PAWS tickets

  • Provide appropriate consequences for inappropriate behavior

  • Handle the problem in the classroom as much as possible to minimize missed instructional time

  • Consult with administration for perpetual behavior problems so a plan can be made to help correct the behavior


Above and Beyond


Great Job


Ready to Learn

Stop and Think

Loss of Privilege


   The “PAWSitively Awesome” Clip Chart


        *All staff will use this clip chart

        *All students will start the day at “Ready to Learn”

        *Students can clip up for going above and beyond

        *Students will clip down for negative behavior

        *Students can clip back up for correcting negative behavior



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