Murray school implements a Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program. Typical school discipline systems react to student misbehavior, but we wanted something more positive that would emphasize teaching and rewarding appropriate behaviors. PBIS has been introduced to help staff focus children on the types of behaviors we want them to display as opposed to the ones we don’t want them to emulate. A fundamental part of this program is to establish clear expectations and to encourage a sense of community in which we all play a positive role in our school’s success and safety. This school-wide program utilizes proactive strategies in defining and supporting appropriate student behaviors to create a positive school environment. The PBIS program reinforces our ongoing Character Education, which are the 8 Keys of Success. The PBIS team has developed school-wide expectations and a system of positive reinforcement to be implemented throughout the school including the cafeteria, bathrooms, playground, library, and transitions.