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Park Terrace Elementary School

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October 25, 2014

Park Terrace Student Behavior

To maintain discipline, cooperation is needed from all elements of society, especially parents. By supporting and enhancing discipline in the school, parents foster a situation in which teachers can spend their time engaged in the process of teaching rather than consuming valuable time dealing with disruptive behavior and poor learning attitudes.

The following are suggestions for parents as to what they can do to promote better discipline in the schools:

square bulletBecome knowledgeable of the behavior policy of your child's school. What conduct is expected in the classroom on the school grounds? What procedure is followed when problems do arise?

square bulletInstill in your child a sense of responsibility for what he/she says and does. Children should realize that disruption and disorder in the classroom undermines the educational effort and hurts everyone.

square bulletEncourage respect for authority.

square bulletCreate an atmosphere where your child feels secure about discussing school related concerns and problems. Discuss their concerns and problems with your child's teacher or administrator.

square bullet    Review your own attitude toward discipline. If parents don't consistently enforce reasonable and firm rules, then perhaps it is too much to expect such discipline within the schools.

square bulletMost importantly, parents must be a model of respect for the learning process. A key to the attainment of excellence in education is the rededication to learning within the home.

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS)
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support, or PBIS, is a district wide approach to preventing and responding to negative school and classroom behavior. PBIS is used at the GESD as well as at more than 3,000 schools across the country. Learn more about PBIS