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Positive - Expectations

Progressive Behavioral Interventions

Teachers have the obligation, right, and need to teach their students and students must have the opportunity, right and need to learn from their teachers.

 

CCHS is using Positive Behavior and Interventions Support (PBIS) to define the climate and culture of our school. PBIS is a school-wide program that focuses on intentionally and explicitly training our students on CCHS expectations. We model expected behaviors and provide numerous incentives for supporting students with present, positive, and productive behaviors. However, should positive reinforcement fail to support a positive learning environment, the staff at CCHS have developed progressive behavioral interventions in an attempt to support positive behaviors.