What is PBIS?

As part of District 205's Response to Intervention (RtI) initiatives, Field School has adopted Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) as the framework for implementing a culture of discpline conducive to learning.  Research shows that positive reinforcement is one of the best ways to not only change problematic or unexpected behavior, but also works to encourage and maintain expected behavior.  As a result, Field School has developed a matrix listing the behavior we expect from students in all common areas of the school (see chart below).

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AM Bell 





Direct route to next location

Single file line

Right side of hallway

Keep hands and feet to self 

Eat your own lunch

 Stay seated 

Hands and feet to self

Stay seated 

Stand in front of your locker

Use equipment as intended

Stay in your seat

No eating on the bus

Direct route to exit door


Keep hands, feet and belongings to self


Voice 0-1

Voice 0-1

Give privacy to others

Voice 1-2

 Raise hand if you need help

 Talk to your neighbors ONLY

Voice 0

Raise hand if you need help

Voice 0

Raise hand if you need  help

Voice 2-3

Include others

 Play fairly

Voice 0-1

 Keep hands and feet to self

 Kind words

Voice 1-2


Wait until you reach your destination to ask for help

Approach adult in emergency   situation

Go, Flush, Wash, Leave

Use resources as intended

Place paper towels in garbage

Place food in garbage can

Follow lunch supervisors’ directions


Be an active  listener

 when asked

Be ready with all your

Return equipment 
after use

Tell don’t tattle

Follow directions   of bus driver and  all adults

Leave hallway clean

Be prepared with all materials


Monthly School Wide Incentives

Month Common Area Incentive Earned
   August/September    All Areas Dance Party
October Hallway No Homework Pass
November Playground 15-30 minutes of game time
December Lunchroom

  15 minutes of free time
 & free seating

January/February       Classroom Behavior       

Misconduct Forms

Students may recieve a misconduct form when behavior expectations are not met.