County Line PBIS Brochure
PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) is a district-wide program established to maintain a safe and effective school environment that maximizes academic achievement and behavioral competencies of all students.
The foundation of PBIS at County Line School is the four building-wide expectations:

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

and Care!

The major components of PBIS include:
  • Positively stated expectations for all students and staff.
  • Procedures for teaching expectations to students (Cool Tools).
  • Continuum of procedures for encouraging demonstration and maintenance of these expectations.
  • Continuum of procedures for discouraging rule-violating behavior.
  • Procedures for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of  the discipline system on a regular basis.
Students who show positive behavior at County Line Elementary School will:
  • Receive Comet Code Coupons
  • Participate in a weekly drawing of Comet Code Coupons.
  • Participate in an all-school recognition activity.

Students, who show inappropriate behavior, will receive support and teaching about the appropriate behavior that is expected.

Further consequences may include:
  • Referral to the office
  • Conference between student and teacher or staff
  • Conference with parent
  • Loss of a privilege
  • Referral to the office
To be successful, our behavior program needs to be a partnership between home and school.  Throughout the school year, the PBIS team will send updates and information home about PBIS.  We invite your comments, concerns and ideas to make PBIS work at our school.
Please support PBIS at County Line by:
  • Reviewing behavior expectations with your child.
  • Using the County Line Comet Code at home.
  • Providing positive reinforcement (rewarding good choices with compliments for quality time) at home.
  • Sharing comments with or asking questions of PBIS team members.
Thank you for your support of PBIS! smiley
  • County Line Elementary
  • W159 N9939 Butternut Road, Germantown, WI 53022
  • Phone: 262-253-3465 | Fax: 262-253-3491