Platteville Middle School is a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) school. PBIS is a proactive approach for creating and maintaining safe and effective learning environments in schools. It is a process where students are taught what is expected of them.  Then, the expectations are modeled and practiced, and success is acknowledged.

Our PBIS Mission: The mission for the Platteville Middle School is to “make a difference” in the lives of our students.  Our focus on making that difference will be demonstrated each day in our classrooms and lived out by our faculty and staff as positive and healthy role models for our students. The academic and behavioral needs of middle school students are affected greatly by their physical, social, and emotional needs, which also must be addressed directly in the school program.

As a result of implementing PBIS at Platteville Middle School we plan to:

  • Establish a consistent universal system for modeling and teaching appropriate and responsible behaviors
  • Create a positive culture in our school, family, and community
  • Reduce Office Discipline Offenses
  • Hold students and staff accountable
  • Create consistent response to behavioral needs
  • Use data to guide decision-making toward positive change

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PBIS Introductory Brochure