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J.W. Faulk Elementary



PBIS -- Positive Behavior Intervention and Support -- is an integral part of many schools across America.  It is a federal program established by U.S. Department of Education's Special Education Program.  PBIS practices are founded on the belief that all students can demonstrate appropriate behavior. 

Our school expects our students to follow four basic guidelines: be safe, organized, accountable, and respectable.




Our teachers recognize those students who are exemplifying appropriate behavior by rewarding them.  Students receive what we call "Falcon Bucks" which may be cashed in for prizes, event attendance, or special dress days.