A key aspect of the Positive Behaviour Intervention and Supports (PBIS) system is that students receive support and intervention according to their needs, when they need it. Student supports and interventions can be universal, targeted, or intensive. Universal supports and interventions are accessible primarily in the classroom through the expertise of our teachers. Targeted and intensive supports and interventions are accessible mainly through administrative and specialized services. All responsive measures are designed to help students address disputes and conflicts, develop empathy, and prosper as citizens within and outside of the school community. When students respond well to higher levels supports and interventions, eventually they can be served once again by universal supports.
Detailed information on the various levels of interventions will be added here prior to the start of the school year.