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BEAR PRIDE

What is Bear PRIDE?
Bear PRIDE is a strategic focus on creating better relationships with students by teaching and acknowledging expected behaviors in order to create better educational, relational, and performance outcomes. Bear PRIDE is not a program, rather it is a systems approach for promoting the social culture and individualized behavior supports needed for AHS to achieve both social and academic success for ALL students.
¿Qué es PRIDE?
Bear PRIDE es un enfoque estratégico en la creación de mejores relaciones con el estudiante a través de la enseñanza y el reconocimiento de los comportamientos esperados para crear mejores resultados educativos, relacionales y de rendimiento. Bear PRIDE es el nombre y la estructura de Arvin High del 1er nivel del sistema de los 3 niveles de PBIS y MTSS.
 
AHS PRIDE Recognition
Because of the effort by AHS students, staff, parents, and community members, the California PBIS Coalition recognized AHS’s Bear Pride system for successful PBIS implementation at the Platinum level in Spring 2020. AHS is a recipient within the California PBIS Coalition’s System of Recognition, reflecting excellence in the measurement of fidelity as well as our efforts in implementing the core features of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.
 
Arvin High School earned TFI scores of 100% (Tier 1) 96% (Tier II) and 97%(Tier III) for the 2019-2020 school year. The high scores reflect Arvin Highs's commitment to ensuring that students are supported in their quest towards graduation and success beyond high school. 
 

Due to COVID-19, t
hey have not awarded schools with the updated levels of recognition.
 
STUDENT OF THE MONTH
We will continue to recognize our students for their improvements, growth, and successes throughout the year. Students will receive a written statement from their acknowledging teacher and a certificate in celebration of their recognition.

PRIDE Team Meetings

Next meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 2, at 2:30 via Zoom.
 
Parents, students, and community members are welcome. If interested in attending, please contact Jennifer Stevens by email jennifer_stevens@kernhigh.org for information.