Use these ten PBIS posters to reinforce safety, respect and responsibility in different parts of your school. Each poster features the eagle mascot demonstrating what the positive behaviors look like in a school setting.
Use this PBIS rules poster for school assemblies to teach students proper behavior during a school assembly.
Use this PBIS Posters to teach students bus safety and behavioral expectations.
Post this cafeteria rules poster in your school cafeteria to teach students behavioral expectations related to safety, respect and responsibility.
Post this classroom rules poster in each classroom to teach student how to be safe, and demonstrate respect and responsibility in the classroom.
Meet PBIS requirements by posting these PBIS rules Posters in 8 of 10 areas throughout your school.
Use this hallway rules poster to teach students how to be safe, show respect and demonstrate responsibility whenever they are in the hallways.
Keep students informed of rules related to safety, respect and responsibility while in the library with this PBIS poster.
Reinforce safety in the school pick-up and drop-off area by posting this PBIS rules poster where students and drivers can see it.
Make the playground a fun and safe place for students. Use this PBIS rules poster to remind students how to be safe, respectful and responsible while playing on the playground.
Use this restroom rules poster to teach students how to be respectful, responsible and safe when using the bathroom.
While these PBIS posters feature an eagle mascot, they are easily customized with your school mascot, and the specifics of your PBIS program. Choose from more than 80 mascots in the Mascot Junction clip art image library, or have us use your mascot. If you don’t have a mascot, or yours needs a bit of a makeover, we’ll be glad to help. Mascot Junction is a design house that specializes in graphics and printed items for schools with PBIS programs. We help schools use their mascot as a role model to teach targeted behaviors.
The ten PBIS posters help you meet requirements for posting positive behavior rules in 8 of 10 areas throughout the school. They also help you satisfy the difficult requirement of visually showing what the positive behavior looks like in a school setting because each contains illustrations of your school mascot demonstrating targeted positive behaviors.