Hay Springs Public School has entered its third year of NPBIS (Nebraska Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports). PBIS is a universal school plan to establish a POSITIVE culture in our school community for students and staff. Research has shown that positive interactions with students directly impact positive school culture. PBIS also gives us continuity! Every staff member is using the same language in regards to behavior, building unity within our school community!

In June the entire HSPS staff attended PBIS Classroom training via zoom. This was an amazing opportunity to get all staff trained in best classroom practices. One of the mornings during our August staff training days was spent on restorative circles within the classroom.

PBIS is always adding and changing the way we are doing things. Keep an eye out in September for our newest addition “Student of the Month!”

We are again doing Super Passes for High School & Middle Level students. Here are the requirements for the Super Pass for 2020-2021 Quarter 1:

  • 0 Ineligibility
  • 1 or fewer Tardies
  • 2 or fewer absences
  • 0 office referrals
  • 5 Hours of Community Service

Community Service forms can be picked up from Adiene in the office or Mrs. Heiting in the 1st grade classroom. Ms. Adriene is also compiling a list of businesses or individuals who have requested some assistance. If you’re not sure HOW to serve, stop by and ask her how you can get involved! Once a form is completed, make sure to turn it into Mrs. Heiting in the 1st grade classroom!

Students who meet these requirements will receive:

Middle Level:

  1. 1 Free Tardy
  2. Drop lowest grade on a daily assignment
  3. Front of the Line for Lunch
  4. 1 free supervised period on campus (preapproved)

High School:

  1. 1 Free Tardy
  2. Drop lowest grade on a daily assignment
  3. 2 Open Campus Lunches
  4. Free Half Day Off of School (pre-approved; responsible for all work missed)
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