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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) Documents

Welcome, Nancy Young Elementary Families

We welcome you and your family to our learning community and we are so excited to be there to share in the great moments. One program that we are proud of developing to strengthen our student behavior is our PBIS program. “What is PBIS?” you may ask. PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support and is a framework for setting clear expectations for students, providing support when needed, and recognizing students for positive behavior.

Please read the mission statement and attached brochure on the link below for more information regarding our PBIS program and the dedicated staff that contribute to the success of our learning community.

Mrs. Rodriguez & The PBIS Team

  • Ms. Lebensorger - Social Work
  • Mr. Maldonado - Physical Education
  • Mrs. Zalabak - RISE Teacher
  • Ms. Haley - 3rd Grade
  • Mrs. Gillette - ELL
  • Mrs. Rezny -1st Grade
  • Mrs. Rodriguez - Principal
  • Mrs. Good - 5th Grade
  • Mrs. Dodd - 4th Grade
  • Ms. Jamieson - 2nd Grade
  • Mrs. Kegg -2nd Grade
  • Mrs. Magnussen - Kindergarten

Our Mission

At Nancy Young Elementary, our staff:

  • maintains a positive, safe, and enjoyable learning environment for all by having a common culture, vision, and language.

  • are clear and consistent in our behavior expectations so that all students are respectful, responsible, and safe.

  • maintains a positive and caring relationship between staff and students.

  • teaches students the social skills to be good citizens and to have pride in their community.

  • creates an effective and efficient school-wide behavior system.

  • uses data to guide decision-making.

  • identifies all students needing academic, behavior, and social acknowledgement and support.

  • strengthens family partnerships.

Together at Nancy Young, all staff and students live the 3 B's:


  • Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible



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