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Fifteen Schools Earn FLPBIS Model School Designation

Time to celebrate! Fifteen Martin County School District-operated schools have been recognized for their work in implementing a school-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) framework. PBIS is a set of strategies based in behavioral and biomedical science that enhance students' quality of life while also reducing problem behaviors. National research shows that full implementation of this framework leads to improved student outcomes.

 

By establishing this framework, schools are developing student skills, making changes to the learning environment, acknowledging appropriate student behavior, and using data to identify needed supports for students.

 

As a result of this work, the following schools have been recognized by the Florida Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (FLPBIS) Project for achieving PBIS Model School status for the 2019- 2020 school year: 

 

  • Citrus Grove Elementary School - Gold

  • Crystal Lake Elementary School - Gold

  • Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School - Gold

  • Jensen Beach High School - Gold

  • Palm City Elementary School - Gold

  • Port Salerno Elementary School - Gold

  • Riverbend Academy - Gold

  • Stuart Middle School - Gold

  • Bessey Creek Elementary School - Bronze

  • Hidden Oaks Middle School - Bronze

  • Indiantown Middle School - Bronze

  • J.D. Parker Elementary School - Bronze

  • Martin County High School - Bronze

  • Pinewood Elementary School - Bronze

  • Warfield Elementary School - Bronze

 

To learn more about the FLPBIS Project’s Model School program, please visit www.flpbis.org.