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.
PBIS has a few important guiding principles:
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The link above will take you to the portal for Students and Parents to access the system.
Every parent and all students grades 7-12 have received a letter with an initial login and password.
On the first login, every user must accept the terms and conditions to use the site, and then choose a new secure password.
If you have lost your initial login credential letter, please call the school office for assistance.
The Enterprise School Board is considering submitting a bond measure to voters in November 2020 to address serious facility and safety/security concerns identified by the Long-Range Facilities Planning Committee. The Board would appreciate your time in answering a short survey to help them shape their decision.
In our continued efforts to do our part to keep our community, our students and families safe from threat of COVID-19, Enterprise School District and its properties are closed through April 28, 2020. This includes all facilities, sporting fields, playground areas and use of gym space. Enterprise School District continues to work alongside and support our local and state leaders in this fight.
Enterprise School District Superintendent
On March 30th, the Oregon Department of Education issued new guidance for Oregon Public Schools. The state acknowledges the possibility that schools may remain closed through the end of the school year. The state has called on school districts to create a Distance Learning for All plan by April 13. Enterprise is on track to meet the educational needs of each student. Check this page for more details and links as they become available.