What is PBIS?
PBIS is an approach schools can use to improve school safety and promote positive behavior. It also helps schools decide how to respond to a child who misbehaves.
At its heart, PBIS calls on schools to teach kids about behavior, just as they would teach about any other subject—like reading or math. PBIS recognizes that kids can only meet behavior expectations if they know what the expectations are. A hallmark of a school using PBIS is that everyone knows what’s appropriate behavior. Throughout the school day—in class, at lunch and on the bus—kids understand what’s expected of them.
Students at NMS will consistently demonstrate positive behaviors that reflect Readiness, Respectfulness, and Responsibility.
To create a safe and positive climate and culture that promote appropriate behavior, learning, and personal growth by using the components of PBIS.
Great job to our Newbern Middle School students that participated in the Spelling Bee.
Congratulations to Mrs.Terrell and Mr. Jones on a job well done!
Newbern Middle School students,faculty, and staff will take school pictures on Monday, November 12th.
At least 8 million students miss 10% of the school year nationwide. Let’s help all students be in #SchoolEveryDay possible
Newbern Middle will celebrate Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 24-26! This year's theme is: Life Is Your Journey Travel Drug Free. In addition, October is National Bullying Prevention, and Thursday, October 25th is National Unity Day. NMS students, faculty, and staff will be participate in these events Wednesday-Friday by wearing a specific color each day.
Parents, administrators, some teachers and staff members discuss how parents can organize, support, help, and volunteer at Newbern Middle with various functions throughout the school year.
Dinner will be provided by Crossroads Baptist Church and childcare for all children.
For more information, please call Ms. Love at 229-333-8566.
Parents come out and receive important information for your child.