PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports is….

  • an evidence-based, data-driven framework proven to reduce disciplinary incidents and support improved academic outcomes for all students.
  • in more than 18,000 schools nationwide saving countless instructional hours otherwise lost to discipline.

At Newton High School, PBIS provides us with a system to 1) communicate our expectations for the positive behaviors we want our students to exhibit, and 2) frequently acknowledge students and staff who exemplify our expectations.

We are RAMS!

We are Respectful!

We are Accountable!

We are Motivated!

We are Successful!

We are RAMS!

Team Members - B. Browner, B. Johnson, C. Grant, C. Hull, A Chapman, E. Mickens,
K. Reid, K. McCullers, L. Kelly,  M. Morgan, P. Tealer, S. Carter, T. Pugh, T. Gregory,
V. Waters & Y Zielenshi


Brittany Bell Nataly Gonzalez Isaiah Maddox Aliyah Momin Kiara Amancio
Jalen Woodard Jasmine Williams Demetria Coffee Alexis Johnson Natalie Carter
Jenna Simpson Jackson Landreau Sydney Bryan Aaron Goolsby Kenya Brown
Schuroda Lane Ammaarah Alder Cameron Thomas Rosemary Fodzeyuf Zayniha Elliott
Robert Williamson Terrance Mitchell Taylor Underwood Daniella Coffee Jayla Porter
Toni Samuels Tyler Robinson Smith Ciara Sanders Eric Lee Jarvis Hawkins
Isaih Davila Catherine Fincher

Best Practices

  • Frequent
  • Consistent
  • Sustainable rewards
  • Set realistic goals
  • Get student input

Just in case you need to reprint these documents, here are some of the resources provided to you by the PBIS Team:

  • PBIS Classroom Matrix
  • Classroom Quick Reference Guide and PBIS Reinforcement Matrix

Chris Williams, former NHS 2014 Teacher of the Year, has generously provided the documents she uses for her popular RAMMY classroom reward system:

  • Rammy Nomination
  • Rammy Parent Letter
  • Rammy Extra Credit Rewards

Helpful PBIS Resources


https://www.pbis.org > school > High School PBIS >

http://www.pbisworld.com > Forums tab

www.pinterest.com >search “PBIS”


What Works Clearinghouse is a resource to access reviews of research-based interventions.

http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/ > Topics in Education > Student Behavior >

Data Management Systems:



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