Our Mission

The mission of Lake Brantley High School is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to be successful in adult life.

More Info

For additional information about PBS at Lake Brantley or if you would like to make a donation, please contact:

PBS Coach:    Shawna Resnick                             Donation Information:
E-mail: Shawna_resnick
@scps.k12.fl.us                                   If you are writing a check, please make payable to :Lake Brantley High or LBHS, Check note: For P.B.S.

What is PBS?

LBHS is a PBS Golden Model School

•         We are the ONLY school in Seminole County to receive this award (Elementary, Middle, or High)!

•         What is a Golden Model School?

•       Gold-Level Schools report all of the characteristics of Bronze- and Silver-Level schools, implement with the highest levels of fidelity, and have developed systems of support at Tiers 2 and 3. Gold-Level schools exceed their peers in both the quality and depth of implementation across all three tiers of support. Practices that are consistent with positive behavior support are evident in decision making, and steps are taken to ensure PBS: MTSS systems are supported. Positive outcomes for students are evident at Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 levels of behavior support.


PBS
stands for Positive Behavior Support

•         A process for creating safer and more effective schools

•         Focuses on improving the entire school system through school-wide expectations

•         Applies to everyone within the school setting, including all students, staff, and family members

Focus of PBS:

•         To create environments that help students to achieve success

•         To understand why problem behaviors are occurring in order to address them effectively through data-driven and research-based principles

•         To prevent problem behaviors, teach appropriate behaviors, and acknowledge the appropriate behaviors of all students, staff, and family members.

                           

What are LBHS’s PBS expectations?

 

Respectful, Responsible, and Ready to Learn 

Is PBS working?                           
Block Schedule
2006/2007-2008/09
***7 Period schedule
started 2009-10

                          

      1st Full Year of PBS Implementation


 

06-07

07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

12-13

Overall referrals

 

5,895

5,354

4,690

4,813

4,342

1888

1716

OSS/ISS Infractions

763/

503

658/

357

596/

334

1387

No ISS

295/

358

191/

298

193/

303

   
ISS= In school Suspension                                          OSS= Out of School Suspension

What is the role of the community with PBS at LBHS?

•       Share knowledge about community resources with school staff and family members

•       Provide and support the school’s access to resources

•       Look for opportunities to reinforce behavioral expectations and provide acknowledgements to students within community settings

 

What is the role of the family with PBS at LBHS?

•       Know the school’s Expectations

•       Provide input and offer suggestions on PBS practices

•       Reinforce and talk with your child regularly about the school’s expectations

•       Ask your child if he/she has earned any Brantley Bucks and/or Positive Referrals (If not, ask them how they can earn them).