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What is PBIS?
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PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Supports. Here at Jackson Road, we use PBIS to create a positive environment for all students to learn and grow in. The
Georgia Department of Education defines PBIS as an “evidence-based, data-driven framework proven to reduce disciplinary incidents, increase a school’s sense of safety
and support improved academic outcomes” (Ga DOE). It starts with having 3 clear expectations for students to follow with adjustments given in each school setting.
Students then have the opportunity to earn positive reinforcers when following those expectations. Depending on student needs they will receive tiered supports and are able
to move up or down according to their progress.

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Poster with wildcat logo and the WILDcat expectations: We respect ourselves and others, Invest your time wisely, Listen and follow directions, Do your best always. 

Tiered Support
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Tier 1 All students start by receiving positive
reinforcement in class.
Tier 2 Students can be in small groups for social academic instructional groups and or be assigned a check in buddy.
Tier 3 Students receive an individualized intervention to address the student need.


Class Dojo- Jackson Road’s Positive Reinforcers
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Students earn dojo points for prizes and celebrations as they follow the expectations

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