Our elementary schools use a variety of programs to support positive behaviors. Check with the principal of the school to learn more about that school's particular program.
School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
PBIS consists of rules, routines, and physical arrangements that are developed and taught by school staff to prevent initial occurrences of behavior the school would like to target for change. Learn more about school-wide Positive Behavioral Initiatives and Supports.
Make Your Day
Make Your Day is a community-wide cooperative citizenship program that actively involves students in learning life skills important for long-term success. Make Your Day emphasizes the importance of student dignity and reality-based consequences. Learn more about Make Your Day.
Not My Kid
In an effort to promote positive life choices, Not My Kid educates adults on the addictions and destructive behaviors with the goal to increase awareness of the challenges kids face, provide information and offer resources to support the success of students, families and educators. Read more on Not My Kid.
The district has taken steps to protect students from potential dangers by partnering with the Anonymous Tips website. Students or parents can anonymously report any dangers or issues to administrators who can help. Learn more about Anonymous Tips.