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PBIS honors 33 MVUSD schools with medals

We are thrilled to announce 30 of our schools have been awarded medals by the California PBIS Coalition! Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) supports a mindset of using positive relationships between staff and students to decrease incidents of discipline and produce alternatives to off-campus suspensions.

Hidden Springs Elementary is shining bright with a Gold Medal Award, while 26 schools received a Silver Medal Award and 3 were given a Bronze Medal Award.

“PBIS is helping all of our students be in a school with positive relationships between student and educators. It is a crucial piece of our LCAP goals of reducing suspensions and expulsions,” said Superintendent Dr. Martinrex Kedziora.

The formal recognition will occur at the California PBIS Coalition Conference in October.

Another MVUSD school, TownGate Elementary, was selected to present at the National PBIS Conference in Chicago this fall.

Congratulations to these schools:

Gold Medal Recognitions
Hidden Springs Elementary, TownGate Elementary
Silver Medal Recognitions

Alessandro School, Armada Elementary, Badger Springs Middle, Bayside Community Day School, Bear Valley Elementary, Butterfield Elementary, Box Springs Elementary, Chaparral Hills Elementary, Cloverdale Elementary, Edgemont Elementary, Hendrick Ranch Elementary, Honey Hollow Elementary, La Jolla Elementary, Landmark Middle, March Valley, Midland Elementary, Moreno Elementary, Moreno Valley Community Learning Ctr., Moreno Valley High School, Mountain View Middle, Palm Middle, Seneca Elementary, Sugar Hill Elementary, Sunnymead Elementary, Sunnymead Middle, Sunnymeadows Elementary, Valley View High School, Vista del Lago High School

Bronze Medal Recognitions
Canyon Springs High School, Ridge Crest Elementary, Vista Heights Middle