NJ PBSIS  New Jersey Positive Behavior Support in Schools

New Jersey Positive Behavior Support in Schools (NJ PBSIS) is collaboration between the New Jersey Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs and The Boggs Center, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. NJ PBSIS is funded by I.D.E.A Part B funds and is in its 12th year of providing training and technical assistance to schools across New Jersey. The NJ PBSIS team provides training and technical assistance to school teams on how to implement a tiered system of support for behavior and climate issues.

“Be GRRREAT”

*Respectful*Responsible*Reflective*


EXPECTATIONS FOR EAST DOVER STUDENTS  


 


Cafeteria

• Raise your hand for help

• Clean your area

• Keep hands, feet and objects    to yourself

• Follow directions 

Playground

• Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself

• Report unsafe situations or injuries

• Line up when whistle blows

• Follow directions 

Hallways

• Use a quiet voice

• Keep hands, feet and objects to   yourself

• Walk at all times

• Follow directions  

Bathrooms

• Use a quiet voice

• Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself

• Wash and dry hands

• Report problems to an adult