Positive Behavior

PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports.  

Why PBIS?

 At Carr, we want our students to be Respectful, Responsible, Always Safe and Help Everyone Learn! PBIS is a great way to teach our students how to portray an overall positive well being.  When students have trouble with reading, we teach.  When students don't know their multiplication tables, we teach. When students struggle with expected behaviors, PBIS gives us the tools to teach.

Using PBIS, students  earn rewards based on their positive behavior and actions.  Students are more likely to practice correct behaviors if they receive frequent and specific positive feedback. Verbal praise is fine, but without a system in place many of us forget to specifically acknowledge positive behaviors.  The rewards do not need to be large, fancy, or expensive, but visible recognition can often supplement positive praise very effectively.

RRAH-wards


Our Carr Cubs are earning RRAH-wards for Being:

  • Respectful
  • Responsible
  • Always Safe, and
  • Helping Everyone Learn.
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They can turn in their RRAH-wards for a monthly raffle or collect 4 to earn a prize.  Let's celebrate their hard work! Great job Cubs!

Behavior Expectations


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Spanish Version


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RRAH Rules


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RRAH Chant


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