PBIS is a school wide approach to make schools safe and promote positive behavior.

Newaygo High School's three Behavioral Expectations are that students demonstrate the following behaviors:

SAFETY               RESPONSIBILITY               RESPECT

​PBIS at Newaygo High School includes the following incentives:

1.  Weekly and Monthly Lion Pride Ticket Drawings

Picture of student with tickets and hoodie

2.  Lion Pride Display Case
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3.  Celebrations
Picture of Student and Citizen of the Month display case     Picture of a bonfire     

  • Opening Days of School (Class Activities, Picnic Lunch)
  • Bonfires with the students and Community
  • Hot Chocolate and Cookies
  • Christmas Goodie Bags
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Popsicles
  • Student and Citizen of the Month

4.  Fall and Spring Incentives for Reduction of Absences and Tardies
Picture of a group of students who went bowling          Picture of a group of students that went bowling

5.  PBIS Student Group/Parent Group
Group of student PBIS committee members          Picture of 4 students with the coffee cart that is shared with teachers
Student Group

Sage Beerman, Jenna Janke, Daisy Hagan, Madison Bush, Caleb Schultz, Jake Elko, Amber Korytkowski, Yadira Paz, Angel Guevara, Ike Reynolds, Samantha Toth, Breyana Spencer, Micha Davis, Lilly Ringler, Daniella duChemin