PBIS is in the Falls

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PBIS is in the Falls

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Positive Behavior Intervention & Support

Our goal is to create and maintain an effective learning environment, by establishing behavioral supports and a social culture needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success.


PBIS is a school-wide program designed to create common, respectful expectations for students and staff in an effort to create a positive, effective learning environment is the first step to preventing problematic behavior.





Eagle Bucks is a valuable campus currency that students are awarded for exhibiting desired behaviors in and out of the classroom.

Examples: Student escorted another student to the nurse (Safety)

    Student picked up trash in the hall (Organization)

    Student participated in class (Achievement)

    Student helped with a classroom chore (Respect)


What can students do with their Bucks?

In the classroom: Students can exchange them for rewards or privileges designated by the individual teacher in their classroom. Examples: 2 bucks for the bathroom, 5 bucks late-work pass, 10 bucks positive note home, etc. Every teacher has their own Eagle Buck Menu posted in their classroom.

Across the campus: Students can place their Eagle Bucks in the box in the commons to be entered into a raffle for spirit wear, event tickets, etc.


We appreciate our parents support and encouragement. If you ever have any questions about our PBIS program, you can reach Evelyn Hooten, PBIS coordinator at evelyn.hooten@cfisd.net.

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