• Behavior Incentive Program for Centreville Elementary
    At CES we love to recognize and reward our students for their hard work and good behavior.  It is based on the PBIS system.
    What is PBIS? 
    PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) is a process of creating safer and more effective schools.  PBIS is a systems approach to enhancing the capacity of schools to educate all children by developing research-based, school wide, and classroom discipline systems.  The process focuses on improving a school's ability to teach and support positive behavior for all students.  Rather than a prescribed program, PBIS provides systems for schools to design, implement, and evaluate effective school-wide, classroom, non-classroom, and student specific discipline plans.

    PBIS includes school-wide procedures and processes intended for:  ALL students, ALL staff, in ALL settings.  PBIS IS NOT a program or a curriculum.  IT IS a team-based process for systemic problem solving, planning, and evaluation.

    Centreville Elementary School's expectations for our students and staff members are:
     CES Cub Paw
    In order to reward students for displaying the four expectations, staff members periodically hand out "Cub Paws" to students who are caring, using safety rules, being responsible, or showing respect.  Students combine their individual Cub Paws with their classmates to meet class goals for earning a PBIS monthly class incentive.  Teachers and staff members also hand out Classroom Cub Paws when they wish to recognize an entire CES class for an outstanding job in displaying our expectations.
    If you have any questions about our behavior incentive program here at CES, please contact Mrs. Holthaus, our school counselor. You can also visit the PBIS website here.