SCOPE's Behavior Expectations
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Ready to Learn
  • Be Accepting

Program Overview:

SCOPE follows the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model of the Special School District.  This is a proactive systems approach to preventing and responding to classroom and school discipline problems.  Emphasis is directed toward developing and maintaining safe learning environments where teachers can teach and students can learn. 
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is an approach to discipline that: defines appropriate behavior that is expected, teaches expected behaviors, and reinforces appropriate behavior when it occurs. The goal of PBIS is to provide and maintain a safe learning environment for our students and teach them social expectations they will need in life.


Key Components:

  • Teach behavioral expectations
  • Support appropriate behavior through specific feedback
  • Use data to guide further interventions based on the needs of the setting


  • Team building
  • Instructional approach to behavior and classroom management
  • Active administrator support and participation
  • Long-term action planning
  • Establishment of staff commitment
  • On-going professional development

Activities Focus:

  • Enchancing implementation consistency
  • Increasing implementation information
  • Collecting and dissemination information
  • Identifying, implementing and sustaining effective practices.
  • Increasing efficiency and effectiveness of efforts
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