PBIS

Maine Lions learn and grow by remembering to...
Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe

Maine School Song
(tune: "On Wisconsin")

We're Maine Lions
We're Maine Lions
Full of lion pride!
We're respectful
Of each other
Safety is our guide.

As Maine Lions
We're responsible
Learning every day
We work hard so
We can say
Hurray! Hurray! Hurray!


What is PBIS?
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive approach
to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students
in a school to achieve social, emotional and academic success.

What are Lion's Loot?
Lion's Loot are used school-wide to acknowledge positive behavior choices.
They can be given by any teacher or staff member who observes a student
being respectful, responsible, or safe.  
Each classroom collects their Lion's Loot,
and at the end of each month, they count the total earned.
The classroom with the most Lion's Loot gets to host Jeffrey the Lion for the month.
The Lion's Loot from all classrooms is combined at the end of each month,
and when the school's thermometer is filled, a school-wide celebration is held.

What are BTF forms?
Behavior Tracking Forms (BTF) are used to monitor and track student behavior.
They serve two purposes.  First, the documentation on these forms
allows the staff to identify areas in which modeling, teaching,
and practice opportunities need to occur.
Second, these BTFs serve as a communication tool.
They ensure that parents are made aware of behaviors that are occurring at school.
By working together, schools and families can make the
learning environment at Maine the best it can be for every child.