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Discipline Procedure/ Rights and Responsibilities and PBIS

PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) is a school wide approach to teaching expected behaviors to students to ensure a safe and respectful learning environment. All staff have undergone significant training about the language and core tenets of PBIS. Integral to the success of this initiative is the belief that all students can be taught expected behaviors and need to be acknowledged when they are being safe, respectful, and responsible and corrected when they are not doing so.  

Click here for all PPS School Board Policies. These policies address issues such as violence, weapons, threats, harassment, bus conduct, use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, and other serious misbehavior. 

Please Review the following expectations with your child/children

General Rules:

  • Be safe

  • Be Responsible

  • Be Respectful

Cafeteria Expectations

  • Clean up after yourself

  • Speak in quiet voices

  • Leave tables free of trash/food

  • Use good table manners

  • Eat only the food you brought or purchased

  • Raise your hand to ask permission to leave your seat 

School Grounds Expectations

  • Use all equipment safely

  • Stay in the designated areas

  • Safe play

  • Take turns and share equipment

  • Include everyone who wants to play

  • Stay away from any parked cars

  • Follow directions from all school staff

  • Use only equipment supplied by the school department.

  • Avoid bringing the following to school: Bats (wooden), hard balls, skateboards, roller blades, electronic games, cell phones, smart watches, or iPods.

Unacceptable Behavior: 

Students who break the rules or policies will face consequences which may include: 

  • notifying parents/guardians 
  • a meeting with parents/guardian 
  • supervised recess and/or possible loss of privileges (e.g., loss of IPad, etc.) 
  • participate in a restorative meeting 
  • in case of serious or repeated misbehavior, students may be suspended from school. 
  • parents/guardians are responsible for paying for any school property that is lost or damaged by their child. 

Parents/guardians will be informed when school staff is concerned about your child’s behavior. You can support your child’s efforts to improve behavior by communicating with school personnel.