PBIS

What is Positive Behavioral Intervention Support?
The CHMS Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBIS) plan was developed by a team of teachers and administrators for the purposes of improving school climate, teaching students pro-social skills, and improving student achievement.

Using a variety of data, including teacher and student surveys, the PBIS team worked with the entire faculty and staff to develop and refine a set of school-wide expectations: Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful, and Be Productive.

Each day all members of the CHMS learning community attempt to foster and teach these expectations through modeling, posters or other visual reminders, and positive reinforcement.


School Wide Settings and Expected Behaviors


P.A.Y.D.A.Y.S.

Rewarding students for the positive actions they display at school.

This program is designed to recognize students who consciously or habitually demonstrate good behavior. Every 30 days students are recognized for modeling good behavior. Teams vote on the activity/activities students would like to earn.

PBIS Mission Statement
At Chippens Hill Middle School we treat each other with respect, take responsibility for our actions, are productive in all of our learning, and strive for a safe school .community.
CHMS Human Rights Document



At Chippens Hill Middle School these rights apply to all persons-students and staff-and to the entire school today, including travel to and from school.

  • The right to develop one’s own personality (so long as it does not interfere with the right of others) without disrespectful criticism or pressure from cliques.
  • Freedom from physical abuse and mental abuse such as name calling, intimidation or harassment.
  • Freedom from being set apart or mocked because of race, sex, religion, physical strength, size, features, friendship groups, age, culture, handicap, financial status, clothing, classroom performance, or any other reason.
  • The right of privacy and freedom from being harassed in a classroom: the right to be treated respectfully.
  • The right to have personal and school property respected. Our school community is a safe place for property as well as people.
  • The right to an education, which means that teachers are free to teach and students are free to learn without being interrupted by inconsiderate or unruly students.