PBIS/Restorative Practices
In the classroom- Phase 2

Welcome! Please start at the beginning and work your way down this @tackk resource. At the end of the resource will be a button to submit your work. Please click on that button to link your PBIS classroom plan. If you need anything, just email me (Julie) and I will support you with anything you need!


100 percent of staff will use or implement a sustainable positive behavioral system in their classroom or environment in which they support students.


Mission: Create a sustainable positive behavioral system in your classroom that encompasses restorative practices.


  1. The system needs to embed the whole school PBIS Model of being SAFE, RESPONSIBLE, & RESPECTFUL (District Strategic Plan Safety).
  2. All Components of restorative practices within your structure or positive behavioral system (CITE Standard 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4).                                                         • Recognizes the purpose or function of behavior                                                               • Addresses the needs of those harmed                                                                                 • Works to put right the harm                                                                                                 • Aims to improve the future                                                                                                   • Seeks to heal                                                                                                                             • Uses collaborative processes
  3. Please follow the FLOWCHART associated with minor behaviors vs. major behaviors and next steps when supporting a student with behavioral concerns.
  4. This will be communicated to parents within the first couple weeks of school
  5. Strongly encouraged to collaborate with your teammates and create a grade level system.  


  1. Sent on Wednesday July 29th
  2. Discuss and review on Thursday August 6th

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