Churchville School-Wide Positive Behavior Supports (SWPBS)
Each year, Churchville Elementary has a dedicated team that works to implement the C.A.R.E.S. program. This program is meant to foster a community where each member feels valued, respected, connected, and safe. Over the past few years, the team has begun to shift our program to align with an evidence-based approach for establishing a positive social culture and behavior support system. This approach is called School-Wide Positive Behavior Supports (SWPBS). A primary component of SWPBS is having rules that students can easily remember. Here are our rules:
Acceptance of others
Eagerness to learn
The principle rules included in the pledge apply to all areas of our school, as well as the bus ride to and from school. We recognize student efforts to follow these rules. When rules are not followed, consequences are natural, positive, and progressive. They are designed to assist children in understanding the expectations for their behavior in school, as well as throughout the Council Rock School District community.
Students are directly taught how to be caring citizens through Second Step lessons (K-3), Life Skills lessons (4-6), school assemblies, school guidance lessons, and the use of Restorative Circles.