What grade levels can use PBIS Rewards?
PBIS Rewards is designed for use in ALL grade levels, from preschool through high school (preK-12).
See what some of those schools are saying about PBIS Rewards here.
What kind of equipment do I need to use PBIS Rewards?
There is no additional equipment or hardware to purchase. PBIS Rewards is an App for smartphones and tablets. It can be downloaded from the Apple Store, Google Play, and the Amazon App Store. PBIS Rewards is also available from virtually any web browser.
There is no additional cost for the Apps.
Do students need ID badges?
No, badges are not required to use PBIS Rewards. ID badges are the preferred method of identification for use with PBIS Rewards, but other options are available.
Are ID badges included with PBIS Rewards?
No, ID badges are not included with PBIS Rewards.
The PBIS Rewards system does provide various PDF files that you can print yourself. We have seen some schools use the PDF files to print the ID badges as labels and stick them on binders, desks, electronic devices, or even on existing badges.
For an additional cost, we can produce student ID badges for you, but many of our schools opt to produce them on their own with the provided printable options.
What kind of reports can PBIS Rewards generate?
PBIS Rewards includes a variety of reports to help you oversee PBIS implementation at your school. You can track incentives given, know if your staff members are hitting their points goals, and get quick insights on usage. You can also track the purchases in your school store and manage inventory. There are also reports to view referral data. Reports tracking teacher usage, student usage, referral data, and more allow you to fine-tune your PBIS program for maximum benefit. You’ll find all of these reports, and many more, in the PBIS Rewards’ portal.
Why can’t I log into the App?
- Does your school have an account with PBIS Rewards? If you are not sure or you would like more information, please fill out the Get Started form.
- If the answer is yes, please contact our support team through the PBIS Rewards support page or call the support line at 1-812-434-6685 or 1-884-458-7247.
Do you have a support website?
Yes, we do have a support site, https://support.pbisrewards.com.
You can also find a list of all of our support channels at https://www.pbisrewards.com/support.
Accessing the support website:
Schools currently using PBIS Rewards can access the support website at https://support.pbisrewards.com. If you use the support link within the PBIS Rewards’ Desktop Portal, you will be signed in to the support site automatically. If you directly access the support site in the web browser, you will be prompted to log in. Your login credentials are the same email and password that you use to sign in to PBIS Rewards.
The PBIS Rewards support website is provided to all teachers, administrators, and staff to assist in using PBIS Rewards. The support site contains help documentation, news on new feature releases, video tutorials on PBIS Rewards, and best practice ideas. This support website is available to all of our schools at no additional cost.
I am unable to receive emails from PBIS Rewards. What can I do?
First, check your junk folders:
- Check your Junk, Spam, and Clutter folders. Your email may have a filter in place that is causing you to miss our email(s).
Why do you need to receive emails from us?
We communicate with you via email for various reasons:
- To send new feature updates and communications.
- For security purposes in using our Smartphone App and Desktop Portal.
- To first set up your account and to assist in changing your password.
- As a primary way to provide answers to your support requests.
Please have your school or district whitelist the following domains:
- pbisrewards.com and all subdomains (*.pbisrewards.com)
- motivatingsystems.com and all subdomains (*.motivatingsystems.com)
^ The exact syntax to use will depend on your network.
PBIS Rewards strongly recommends using domain-based whitelisting. PBIS Rewards may utilize content delivery networks (CDN) to deliver different types of content including images, videos, and audio files. Some CDNs may change their IP addresses frequently. It is also possible that other parties are utilizing CDNs that share the same IP address. Therefore, IP address whitelisting is unreliable and could possibly result in whitelisting content that you did not intend.
Remember: check your Junk, Spam, and Clutter folders for our communications.