Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based framework for improving and integrating all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. It is a way to support everyone as Lakeview creates learning experiences where ALL students are successful.

The “Big Three” at Lakeview are Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe. Students receive training on what these three look like in every facet of our school day. When students exhibit respectful, responsible, and/or safe behaviors, teachers may turn in a Positive Prop. Positive Props are handed out to students in Homeroom and are emailed home to parents. Weekly drawings for PBIS incentives are conducted as an extra reward for students doing the right thing!

Students posing in their halloween costumes; velma and daphne from scooby doo, a red elmo monster, three young men in bright pink suits, and a group of students surrounding an astronaut

Students posing in their halloween costumes. An investigator and a "cereal killer", a cat and an elf, another elf and a girl in a goth dress and long blonde wig, a student in a robe, and a group of students following napoleon dynamite

Students pose in their halloween costumes. A pirate and an earth bender, three cows, three FBI agents, a t rex, Belle, a dog, Greg from Over the Garden Wall, and an anime character