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Behavior Expectations & Consequences

Beaumont Middle College High School
Beaumont Middle College High School(BMCHS) takes pride as a successful, positive and purposeful learning environment, we have implemented a program called School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (SWPBIS) to support our MTSS (Multi-systems of Support) intervention initiatives. SWPBIS actively encourages students to achieve their academic potential while also behaving with good character. At BMCHS the focus is on teaching and encouraging appropriate behavior in all areas of the school.  Students who are respectful, responsible and safe acts appropriately so they maximize their learning opportunities and do not detract or interfere with the learning opportunities of their classmates.
Students are actively involved in learning what being successful means and looks like in all areas of our school through activities, lessons, demonstrations, videos and role-playing. In addition to learning how to be successful, teachers and staff will recognize and reward students for better-than-expected behavior. Staff issue tickets called PHEONIX FEATHERS to students when they observe them in the act of exceptional behavior. The PHEONIX FEATHERS can be used to have the opportunity to win prizes in a raffle, and access to special SWPBIS activities.
PBIS Behavior Expectations: The Phoenix Way
  • Be Safe
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Intentional
Please refer to the BUSD District Handbook
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