Lee Elementary uses the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) model to communicate and encourage school-appropriate behaviors.  The purpose if this model is to establish clear expectations and to encourage a sense of community in which we play a positive role in our school’s success and safety.  Our program utilizes a proactive approach in defining and supporting appropriate behaviors to create a positive learning environment.

As a staff, we have established school-wide expectations and a system of positive reinforcements to be implemented throughout the school.  Lee elementary has created the acronym, B.L.U.E., which stands for:

Be Respectful
Live Responsibly
Use Caution
Everyone Belongs

 Honesty assembly Blue says: Be respectful, Live responsibly, Use caution then Everyone belongs.

Students are acknowledged for establishing the behaviors that we expect by receiving a Blue Ticket.  Students that receive Blue Tickets will have the opportunity to receive a small reward in the classroom and be entered into a drawing for a larger reward each Friday.  All students earning a Blue Ticket throughout the year will be entered in drawings during the end of the year PBIS assembly.  We will be celebrating positive behavior and reinforcing that Lee Elementary is a community that is respectful, responsible, safe, and where everyone belongs.

Lee Elementary PBIS Behavior Matrix

PBIS Rules Blue says posters

PBIS Brochures

PBIS Monthly Moral Focus Topics:

September- Respect

October- Self Control

November- Gratitude/Thankfulness

December- Leadership

January- Honesty

February- Kindness

March- Wisdom

April- Encouragement

May- Perseverance