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PBIS

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Matrix
Kapalama Elementary School's PBIS program encourages and teaches our students how to demonstrate positive behavior in school.  The PBIS matrix (below), describes how our Kapalama community should behave in different school settings.  Students who follow the matrix below and demonstrate positive behavior can earn a Malama ticket from our faculty and staff.  Students can then redeem their tickets for a prize at the Malama Store.


Take Care of Yourself

Take Care of Others

Take Care of this Place

Classroom

• Pay attention

• Participate appropriately

• Stay on task

• Have materials ready

• Pay attention

• Respect peers and adults


• Keep classroom clean

• Keep classroom organized and return items to where they belong

Walkways and Lanais

• Hands and feet to self

• Walk & stay in line safely

• Use indoor voice


• Maintain personal space

• Hands and feet to self

• Keep walkways and lanais clean

Playground

• Share equipment

• Use equipment safely

• Take turns

• Freeze & walk back to line

• Respect peers and adults

• Hands and feet to self

• Share equipment

• Take turns

• Keep playground clean

• Use equipment properly

Cafeteria

• Use table manners

• Use indoor voice

• Walk at all times


• Respect peers and adults

• Maintain personal space

• Hands and feet to self

• Keep cafeteria clean

• Dispose of food properly

Restroom

Enter & exit in a safe manner

• Wait your turn

• Use lavatory properly

• Wash and dry hands

• Respect one another’s privacy

• Keep restroom clean

    -Flush toilet

    -Wash hands

    -Dispose of trash

Assembly

Enter & exit in a safe manner

• Pay attention

• Hands and feet to self

• Applaud appropriately

• Respect peers and adults

• Maintain personal space

• Keep areas clean

Home

• Be self-directed

• School uniform

• Backpack ready

• Water

• Lunch Money

• Respect family members

• Keep areas clean

• Respect household rules




Na Aikane Program

Purpose: 
To provide an environment that challenges and nurtures all students to be responsible and caring citizens.

Star

Timeframe

Semester

Character Trait

Orange

August

Semester 1

We are Ohana (Aloha - Politeness and Caring)

  • GLO 1, GLO 2, GLO 3, GLO 5

  • Use the “magic” words - please, thank you, may I, excuse me, yes, I’m sorry.

  • Be friendly and care about others

Red

September


Be Prepared (Makaukau)

  • GLO 1, GLO 3, GLO 4

  • Meet deadlines and due dates

  • Do your best

Green

October

November


Be Responsible (Kuleana - Responsibility)

  • GLO 1, GLO 2, GLO 3, GLO 5, GLO 6

  • Take care of yourself and others

  • Be honest

  • Give and get help appropriately

Purple

December

January

Semester 2

Persevere (Ahonui - Perseverance)

  • GLO 1, GLO 3, GLO 4

  • Keep trying - don’t give up

  • Have a positive attitude

  • Be a risk taker

Blue

February

March


Be Cooperative (Laulima - Cooperation)

  • GLO 1, GLO 2, GLO 3, GLO 5

  • Be a good sport

  • Show empathy for others

Pink

April


Be a Lifelong Learner (Ike - Wisdom)

  • GLO 1, GLO 2, GLO 3, GLO 4, GLO 5, GLO 6

  • Never stop learning


Rewards:
  • Monthly - A star sticker on Na Aikane badge and a pencil.
  • First Semester - For students who are awarded the first three Na Aikane stickers will be invited to a special celebration during the second week in December.
  • Second Semester - For students who are awarded the second three Na Aikane stickers will be invited to a special celebration during the first week in May.
  • End of the Year - For students who are awarded all six Na Aikane stickers will be invited to a special celebration during the third week in May.