Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS)

Eagle View’s PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) program focuses on promoting positive behaviors. School wide expectations are taught to all students at the beginning of the school year.  Last year, Eagle View focused on three character traits: Respect, Empathy and Honesty. During the 2018-2019 school year, Eagle View will be focusing on two new character traits: Perseverance and Self Control. The PBIS committee meets every month to monitor staff and student investment and also to track progress within the program.

Throughout the school year, Eagle View students will be participating in school wide character trait challenges, have the opportunity to earn “Eagle Bucks” for respectful behavior, and will work as a whole class to earn “Café Feathers of Respect” for following the expectations in the cafe. Eagle View students will also work towards earning school wide goals and rewards. These school wide rewards will be based on the amount of “Eagle Bucks” the school earns together!  

Every two weeks, there will be an “Eagle Buck” drawing and one student from each grade will be chosen to be recognized on EVTV. When students appear on EVTV, they will be asked to explain how they earned their “Eagle Buck”!

Eagle View Character Trait Definitions


“You care enough about other people’s feelings before you act.”’


“Using your heart and brain to understand how others feel. Walking in someone else’s shoes.”


“Always telling the truth and being someone who others can trust”


“Keep trying and push through the challenge”


Coming Soon: Self-Control Definition