MD Fox and Kingswood Oxford Partner in Student Store to Reward Students for Good Behavior

MD Fox and Kingswood Oxford Partner in Student Store to Reward Students for Good Behavior

MD Fox announced a partnership with Kingswood Oxford School in which the West Hartford school helps MD Fox  by organizing and setting up a holiday store at the school. MD Fox students were able to purchase one holiday gift using their PBIS points.

PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports.  This is an initiative that helps schools and students promote positive behavior and discipline.  Many Hartford Public Schools have instituted a PBIS Program.  We will spotlight these programs in September's Spotlight.

To see the Hartford Courant story about the PBIS Store at M.D. Fox, click here.

2013-2014 Hartford Public Schools' PBIS Schools

Great Path Academy 2012
America's Choice at SAND 2012
Expeditionary Learning Academy at Moylan School 2012
Capital Prep 2012
Burr School 2008
Martin Luther King Jr. School 2011
Early Reading Lab at Betances School 2008
Latino Studies Academy at Burns School 2010
Environmental Sciences Magnet School at Mary Hooker 2008
Noah Webster Microsociety Magnet School 2008
Global Communications Academy 2010
Breakthrough II Magnet School 2008
Batchelder School 2009
Journalism & Media Academy Magnet School 2010
Bulkeley High School Upper School 2010
Rawson School 2008
Asian Studies Academy at Belllizi 2008
Clark School 2009
Museum Academy at Wish 2008
Simpson-Waverly 2008
Kinsella Magnet School of the Perfroming Arts 2009
Parkville School 2008
West Middle School Middle Grades Academy 2009
West Middle School Elementary 2009
Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy 2013
Bulkeley High School Lower School 2013
Naylor/CCSU Learning Academy 2013
Dr. Michael D. Fox School 2008
Kennelly School 2008

*Year next to school name is year of initial implementation.

If you have questions about PBIS at HPS, please contact:

Mario Florez, District Safe Schools Coordinator at 860-695-8680 or mario.florez@hartfordschools.org

For general information about PBIS, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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