Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a general term that refers to positive behavioral interventions and systems used to achieve important behavior changes. Successful PBIS programs are dependent upon the entire school community. Every school has a unique climate, so a one size fits all approach is not as effective as interventions based on the needs of the learning community. School-wide PBIS includes proactive strategies for designing, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors. A continuum of PBIS for all students within a school is implemented in all areas of the environment (classrooms, hallways, restrooms, and busses).

    The Conservatory for the Arts five (5) school-wide expectations are SHARK:


    • Keep hands, feet and other objects to yourself
    • Stay inside the classroom

    Hard Working

    • Do your best work
    • Actively participate


    • Follow adult directions
    • Complete work
    • Manage materials appropriately


    • Use Kind words to Adults and Peers
    • Keep hands and feet to yourself


    • Treat people and property the way you want to be treated