in May, staff and students are encouraged to reflect on the character trait of respect.
It was luau time at Onteora High School shortly before Spring break, when the school’s PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) team organized a Hawaiian-style celebration in the cafeteria during lunch periods.
Led by Onteora High School’s Pride Alliance Club with the support of the PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) Committee, the school observed the National Day of Silence on April 12. During this annual student-led event, participants take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing of LGBTQ people at school
Onteora is filled with trustworthy staff and students! In the month of April, we are encouraged to reflect on how being trustworthy contributes to our relationships both in and out of school.
Onteora PBIS is a systems approach aimed to improve school culture for the benefit of creating a positive, respectful and safe educational experience for all students.
The One-Teora PBIS Team