North College Hill Middle School
Positive Based Interventions and Supports (PBIS)


PBIS Triangle

What is PBIS?

PBIS is an implementation framework for maximizing the selection and use of evidence-based prevention and interventions practices that supports the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral supports and success of all students

PBIS implementation involves explicitly prompting, modeling, practicing, reinforcing, and encouraging positive expected social skills within the school. When students are taught to effectively use relevant expected social skills for themselves and with others, school climates are described as more positive, learning environments are safer, and student to teacher relationships are referred to as more trusting and respectful.


Mission Statement
The mission of the North College Hill Middle School team is to foster and promote a safe and positive school environment that enhances student learning through teaching and recognizing positive behavior.
School-Wide Expectations
School Wide Expectations
Site Summary

This page will help you navigate through our adopted PBIS mindset, mission statement, expectations, approaches, strategies, interventions, resources, and incentives.
PBIS Team Meetings
The PBIS team meets on a bi-weekly basis to review, track and report school-wide data involving academics, behavior and attendance. The team seeks continuous improvements of the action plans implemented to 1) increase positive student behavior, academics, and attendance, 2) build positive student, family and school relationships, and 3) decrease behavioral referrals by 10% building wide.
MS Team Makeup:
Grid with team members listed