PBiS Information, Lessons and Newsletters

What is PBIS?

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) was adopted by Lincoln Public Schools four years ago. It is not a packaged program or a curriculum, but rather it is a framework for implementing the best evidence-based behavioral practices in order to improve academic and behavioral outcomes for all students. Implementing PBIS has helped LPS schools accomplish the following:

Here at East High School, we are working especially hard during these first weeks of school to teach our expectations and acknowledge positive behavior when we see it. In this way, we know we are laying the foundation for a productive and positive school year.

2018-2019 PBiS Newsletters

PBiS October 2018 Newsletter.   click here to read

PBiS September 2018 Newsletter.   click here to read

2017-2018 PBiS Newsletters

PBiS April 2018 Newsletter.   click here to read

PBiS March 2018 Newsletter.   click here to read

PBiS February 2018 Newsletter.  click here to read

PBiS January 2018 Newsletter.  click here to read

PBiS December 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read

PBiS November 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read

 *PBiS November 2017 Lesson. click here to read

PBiS September 2017 Newsletter. click here to read 

PBiS October 2017 Newsletter. click here to read.

2016-2017 PBiS Newsletters

PBiS November 2016 Newsletter:  click here to read.

PBiS December 2016 Newsletter:  click here to read.

PBiS January 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read.

PBiS February 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read.

PBiS March 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read

PBiS April 2017 Newsletter.  click here to read

SPARTAN HERO: Honor, Engage, Respect, Ownership: See HERO posters around East High- Cafeteria, Classroom, Hallway, Library, Locker RoomRestroom

The East High PBiS committee would like to encourage parents to use specific positive feedback at home.  This is similar to what staff is doing at school to help improve student behavior at East. Please see the link for specific positive feedback suggestions. Caught in the Act at Home!