PBIS – Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support
PBIS is a process for creating safer, more effective programs by reinforcing positive behavior and
preventing and addressing problem behavior. PBIS is implemented in three tiers. Tier 1 focuses on setting and teaching behavioral expectations in all areas of the building including the playground, hallway, bus and classroom. Tier 2 and Tier 3 allow staff to focus more closely on the needs of groups or individual students. Throughout the process, data is collected on student behavior. This data is then used by staff and the PBIS implementation team to identify and more effectively implement the practices that are right for their program.
Healthy You: Mind and Body
Youth Net programming includes activities to promote self-care and overall wellness. This includes trained staff providing the Mindful Schools curriculum, as well as monthly mental health topics.
Structured Recreational Programming
A variety of structured activities are available to participants each week during recreation time. These may include Legos, knitting, Scouts, yoga, etc.