Positive Behaviour Systems



  1. Define school-wide expectations (i.e. the Matrix).
  2. Creating an environment of success by using common language and having common expectations.
  3. Teach, practice, and model expectations.
  4. Monitor and acknowledge positive behaviour (positives are one way- but it is all about that positive and specific feedback with students).
  5. Provide instructional consequences for problem behaviour (i.e. running in the hallway = practice walking properly in the hallway with an adult.
  6. Collect information (Behaviour communication forms/ ROAR tickers/) and use it for decision making.  

When helping students to solve problems on the playground or in the classroom we encourage them to use their P.A.W.S  By using this common language and practicing with the students we are able to give them some strategies on how to solve conflict.  

P- please stop

A-ask again  

W-walk away

S-seek assistance

Information & Announcements

Permission Click

Every family is now required to complete an on-line Acceptable Use Agreement for each of their children.  This form has to be completed in order for us to allow the use of technology, including logging into computers and iPads, otherwise your child will not be able to use any of the technology used for instruction.  

Chilliwack School District Property Purchase

Unique land purchase to benefit Chilliwack students - A land purchase will lay the groundwork for a future school for hundreds of students in one of British Columbia’s fastest growing communities. Rob Fleming, Minister of Education, announced that the Province is providing the Chilliwack School District with up to $10 million to purchase part of the former Chilliwack North campus of the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) for the site of a new school.

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