NBMS Dress Code




All shirts must be plain navy blue without any symbols on them. They are required to have a collar and may be short or long sleeves. A plain white t-shirt may be worn underneath them, but may not extend beyond the short sleeve uniform shirt arms.




Uniform pants must be khaki pants. They may not be shorts, denim, or have more than the four standard pockets. All students are required to have a belt on their uniform pants.




Students will be allowed to wear either a NBMS sweatshirt or a NBMS hoodie ONLY! These items may be purchased through the front office. The sweatshirt is $20 and the hoodie is $25. ALL students must wear ID’s around their necks! ID’s may also be purchased in the front office and are $6.


Other items


Female students may wear earrings, however, they must be smaller than a quarter in size. Male students may noy wear earrings at all. Nose rings are not allowed at all. All pants should be worn at the natural waist line and shirts must be tucked in. Shoes are required to be closed toe, but may not be house slippers or items similar. All students may not dye their hair any color that is not their natural hair color.


What is SW-PBS?


School-wide PBS (Positive Behavior Support) is a process for creating safer and more effective schools.  SW-PBS is a systems approach to enhancing the capacity of schools to educate all children by developing research-based, school wide, and classroom discipline systems.  The process focuses on improving a school’s ability to teach and support positive behavior for all students.  Rather than a prescribed program, SW-PBS provides systems for schools to design, implement, and evaluate effective school-wide, classroom, non-classroom, and student specific discipline plans.  SW-PBS includes procedures and processes intended for:


· ALL students, ALL staff and in ALL settings

· Non-classroom settings within the school environment

· Individual classrooms and teachers

· Individual student supports for the estimated 3-7% of students who present the most challenging behaviors.


SW-PBS IS NOT a program or a curriculum (there is no kit). IT IS a team-based process for systemic problem solving, planning, and evaluation.  It is an approach to creating an environment within which school-based teams of educators are trained:


· Systems change

· Effective behavior management principles and practices; and

· Applications of research-validated instruction and management practices.



Fundamentals of PBS


1.  Establishing clear expectations for all students in all setting of the school

2.  Identifying positively stated rules for each expectation tailored to every setting of the school

3.  Teaching students these expectations and rules

4.  Reinforcing students who behave according to the school’s expectations/rules

5.  Differentiating between minor (classroom-managed) and major (office-managed) behaviors

6.  Developing specific consequences for students who choose not to conform to school     expectations/rules

7.  Constant evaluation of behavioral data and academic data



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