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BOLTS Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)

Did you know that Liberty High is a PBIS School?

The following information is designed to provide you with an overview of what PBIS is, what it looks like at Liberty, and how you can support and reinforce our PBIS mission with your student(s) when they are at home. Please feel free to contact Principal Justin Colbert with any additional questions you may have.

What is PBIS?

PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) is a framework or approach of assisting school personnel in adopting and organizing evidence-based behavioral interventions into an integrated continuum that enhances academic and social behavior outcomes for all students. Furthermore, it is a positive school-wide behavior management system; aimed at building relationships within the Liberty community. Our focus is centered on establishing a sense of: Belonging, Ownership, Leadership, Teamwork, and Safety. The BOLTS expectations are taught, reinforced, and acknowledged. They are a vehicle that helps foster a positive culture of learning.

Liberty High PBIS Mission Statement

Dedicated to fostering an effective learning environment by establishing positive behavioral supports and the culture needed for all students in our school to achieve social, emotional, behavioral, and academic success. We will provide this through:

Liberty High PBIS

Liberty High School’s PBIS expectations are based on providing clear expectations for student behavior. The goal of PBIS is to ensure the right of all students to a productive educational environment in which they may learn the social skills necessary to develop into mature, responsible young adults, accountable for their own actions. Students are in control of their own behavior and therefore must take ownership in the consequences that accompany.

An important part of the educational process is helping students become aware of their rights and the responsibilities that accompany those rights. Liberty High School has the duty to create a respectful environment where students learn how to work as a team and begin to lead. These core values will be recognized both positively and productively.

Throughout the school year, students will be exposed to different behavioral expectations that are transferable across the various environments they experience as a Liberty High student, and out in the community. Liberty High students and staff have created videos and lessons that demonstrate expected positive behaviors in each of these spaces. Signage is also displayed throughout the building that will help in reminding students of actionable behaviors that represent Liberty High’s core values: Belonging, Ownership, Leadership, Teamwork, Safety.

Liberty High School Students Establish a sense of

Be Here


Be inclusive and kind


Own your effort

Own your presence in class/assigned areas

Own your words and actions


Lead with a positive example

Discourage and avoid drama and bullying

Hold yourself and others accountable


Help and work with anybody

Identify problems, resolve conflict appropriately, and restore relationships

Respect each other 


Follow safety procedures

Keep hands and feet to yourself

See something, say something