Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports
School wide expectations (RISE)
RISE Behavior T-Chart
RISE Classroom Matrix
RISE Technology Matrix
Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is used to create an environment in Webster that encourages positive behaviors and interactions. This will lead to a safe setting in which Webster students can achieve academic success and build relationships with each other and with adults.
Just like learning other skills in school PBIS involves teaching students the behaviors we expect to see, reminding them to use those behaviors, acknowledging them when they do it, and correcting them when they don’t.
PBIS involves the following:
- Expectations are set for many different settings in school (Matrix)
- Students and staff are taught the expectations (lessons, videos, posters etc)
- Students at Webster are recognized for meeting behavior expectations (RISE) through praise and the distribution of PAWS (Positive Award Winning Student reward cards). The PAWS reward cards are then entered in to a weekly drawing.
- If problems arise, students are reminded of RISE and retaught expectations
The following areas that have been introduced to the students:
- Arrival & Dismissal
Click here to see the CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT Program to help at-risk students move toward greater academic independence.
For more information please contact one of the PBIS Committee members.
Tier 1 Tier 2
Mr. Hermsen Mr. DeRosa
Mr. Juzwik Mr. Reinert
Mr. Marcks Ms. Janssen
Mrs. Rouse Mrs. Rogahn
For more information visit Wisconsin PBIS Network
Mr. DeRosa and Mr. Juzwik receiving Webster's School of Distinction Banner