How do you implement a PBIS initiative and keep it going during virtual instruction? That was the challenge before the staff at Huron Elementary School.
Topics covered during this conversation included:
- How Huron built teacher buy-in for PBIS Rewards
- Making Huron’s PBIS initiative successful in a virtual space
- Family and community inclusion
For the town of Huron, Huron Elementary School is a place where students and their families become part of a community founded on positive behaviors. Their PBIS initiative, together with PBIS Rewards’ software, allows them to focus on these behaviors both in-person and virtually.
Watch Part 1 of our conversation with Huron Elementary!
About Huron Elementary
Huron Elementary School is located in a rural area near Fresno, California, in a community with a significant number of farm and migrant workers. Because the community is small, the school is often a touchpoint for many families.
Every student who becomes a Huron Eagle is encouraged to S.O.A.R.:
Own Your Choices
Achieve Your Goals
Respect and Responsibility
Students develop and build the skills to do so through the school’s implementation of a PBIS initiative.
Because they are a PBIS Rewards school, they were happy to share their story about why and how PBIS Rewards helps the Huron Eagles S.O.A.R.!
Are you ready to learn more about PBIS Rewards?
PBIS Rewards is a digital PBIS system to support your staff and students in your PBIS program. We’re here to help!