Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is our school's process for teaching social and behavioral skills so our focus can be on learning. Establishing positive, proactive practices throughout our school enables our students to achieve their academic and social goals. Through PBIS, we identify and teach expected behaviors for students to be successful. As students demonstrate expectations, they are acknowledged and rewarded. Common language has been developed for behavior expectations in each area of the school. Students are familiar with W.O.L.F. Pack expectations. This stands for W-Work Hard, O-Own Your Behavior, L-Listen and Learn, F-Focus on Respect.