McCluer High School is a proud recipient of PBIS awards and recognition over the past 5 school years. Most recently being recognized by the Department of Secondary Education as a Silver Award winner for the 2013 - 2014 school year and for the second year in a row! In addition to the two previous school years McCluer High School has won 3 bronze awards.
School-wide PBIS is a district’s or school’s process of designing safe, supportive, and predictable learning environments, teaching and encouraging expected social and behavioral skills so the focus can be on teaching and learning.
School-wide PBIS provides a framework and process to:
- Develop a culture and climate more likely to increase the social and behavioral skills for all students.
- Decrease the likelihood of inappropriate social and behavioral incidents for all students.
- Intervene effectively when inappropriate social and behavioral incidents persist.
A team of teachers were trained in PBIS over the summer of 2009. McCluer’s PBIS team reviewed discipline data and developed a school-wide expectations matrix.