• Rolling Hills Elementary School

    Guide to PBIS

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    Interventions and



    Rolling Hills Student Behavioral Expectations:

    • Be Respectful
    • Be Responsible
    • Be Safe


    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Rolling Hills school-wide positive behavior intervention and support team is to foster and promote a positive, safe, healthy, nurturing, and respectful environment in which all students have the opportunity to become productive members of society.


    What is PBIS?

    With PBIS, students are explicitly taught the expectations and procedures for each area of our school. Through this explicit instruction, the students learn about expected and unexpected behaviors in each area of our school. 

    PBIS strives on being a positive support system, where the adults in the school are recognizing good behavior and decision-making.

    PBIS is enforced school-wide by every member of the Rolling Hills Elementary faculty and staff.


    Student Recognition - Lion Lottery

    Each class will track positive behaviors on their Classwide Incentive Board.

    1. A person, a group, or your whole class gets recognized by the teacher or another adult in the school for following the Roar Rules - Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe!
    2. A blue paw print moves to cover a golden paw print on the Lion Lottery board.
    3. Once your board is filled, the teacher will share the completed board with Mrs. Aubel and Mrs. Anstotz.
    4. Your class earns a certificate!
    5. Your certificate is placed on the Lion Lottery board.
    6. Once all 10 spots are filled on the Lion Lottery board, one class will be randomly selected to receive a  classwide mystery prize!

    How Parents Can Help

    Remind your child about the three expectations in school:

    • Be Respectful
    • Be Responsible
    • Be Safe


    These expectations have different meanings in different areas of the school. Please refer to the school-wide positive behavior matrix for specifics on how these positive behaviors present themselves in each area.