PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports)


Skill of the Month!

JUNE 2018 - Year in REVIEW  





Directions: Enjoy the video!!



May 2018 - Leadership   


Directions: Watch LEADERSHIP VIDEO and complete the questions below.

  1. What are some characteristics or traits (at least 3) of someone that is considered a good leader?


  1. Commitment
  2. Responsibility
  3. Integrity
  4. Respect
  5. Organized
  6. honesty

2.   Share some examples  (at least 2) of people in your life that you feel are good leaders.  Why?




3.  How can teenagers demonstrate leadership skills in their life?  At home? At school?

At home:



At school:



April 2018 - Listening   

Skill of the Month / How Well Do YOU Listen?

Click Listening Skills  & Listening Video for full lesson

Please list and define the 3 active listening strategies identified in the video.

List examples of conversations (ex, friend losing a job) that would require you to use the listening strategies identified in the video.

  • Echoing - showing the same emotion the speaker has.
  • Restating - saying the same the speaker said but in different words.

3.  Clarifying- ask questions

1. Losing a family member

2.  Break up in a relationship/divorce.

3.  Losing a friend or pet

4. Losing a job

5. Making a team sport

With a partner or in small groups, pick a conversation from above.  Then write out or role play how echoing, restating, and clarifying words the individuals would use in that conversation.

March  2018 - Tardies  

But What About the TARDIES?!?!!??

Ms. T. Tran's Template on Google Docs:  

File>Make A Copy (in your drive)!


What are the positives of being on time to class?

What negative outcomes may occur when one is consistently tardy to class?

What are the real-life outcomes of being late?  How could tardiness affect other students/teachers, college classes, employment, and other matters?

What different strategies can you use to make sure you arrive on time?




If a child doesn’t know how to read, we teach.

If a child doesn’t know how to swim, we teach.

If a child doesn’t know how to multiply, we teach.

If a child doesn’t know how to drive, we teach.

If a child doesn’t know how to behave, we…

teach? punish….?

Why can’t we finish the last sentence as automatically as we do the others?

— Tom Herner NASDE President



Monthly Drawing Winners!!!!
April 2018
Faize Khan
George Sandoval
Fernando Huerta
Yen-Nhi Bui
Don Tang
Daisy Nguyen
Diamond Diaz
Henry Vu
Diana Perez
MyThuan HaHoang
March 2018
Alicia Landaveri
Clarisa Sorto
Cortney Norasing
Wilson Le
Diana Perez
Thomas Nguyen
Neilson Phung
Joe Tran
Kenny Le
Tadon Bach
Congratulations, Matadors!