Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

The Rogers PBIS Committee implemented a PBIS system at our school several years ago.  Our first step focused on identifying our key expectations for student behavior.  The behaviors were originally separated into three main categories - Safety, Respect and Responsibility. Currently, our focus is on Respect, Responsibility and Resilience - Rogers' Three Rs - and of course Kindness.  Please take a few minutes to review the expectations outlined in our matrix by opening the folder below.  The staff at Rogers introduced the expectations to the students in September of 2011, and it is reviewed each year.  As you visit the school, you will see many visual reminders about our expectations for behavior.  

During the second semester of 2011-12, our team focused on the implementation of a positive behavior recognition system, and in 2016 this was amended to align with Conscious Discipline philosophy.  Staff have the opportunity to submit Rogers Recognition tickets based on observing a student who demonstrated Respect, Responsibility, Resilience or Kindness.  Since the 2016-2017 school year, students have had the opportunity to recognize each other as well.  The recognition tickets are displayed on our "kindness tree", in celebration of our school family. 

Rogers Raccoons are Respecftul, Responsible, Resilient and Kind!

Practical Tips for Parents of Young Children with Challenging Behaviors

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Positive Behavior Support for Parents

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PBIS Matrix

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