Positive Behavior Intervention Support is a researched-validated effective practice shown to result in positive, school-wide change. PBIS has demonstrated significant gains in improved behavior, academic achievement.
PBIS is Baker High’s process of designing safe, supportive and predictable learning environments along with teaching and encouraging expected social and behavioral skills.
Our mission at B.H.S. is to practice and promote respect for self, for each other,
for staff, for the school, and for learning. At Baker High School, students and staff will:
Students receive Caught in the Act coupons for displaying these behaviors around campus, which they are entered into weekly drawings for prizes throughout the year. Perfect attendance certificates and rewards are issued to students at the end of each 6 weeks period. Various other things are recognized throughout the school year such as student of the month at each grade level, birthday recognition, and monthly activities for students without discipline.
This year’s PBIS team is lead by the assistant principal of administration, Dr. James Kador. Dr Kador also serves as the team’s Data Analyzer. The remaining team consists of the following members:
Shavon Savoy, (Graduation Coach) Team Leader/Coordinator
Damon Gang, (Math Teacher):
Jill Taylor (Attendance Clerk): Data Recorder/Analyzer
Rachael Cain (9th & 10th Grade Counselor): Awards & Certificate Coordinator
Alexis Alexander (9th Grade Freshman Academy English Teacher): Food Coordinator
Raeshawn Williams & Tanisha Gales (Special Ed. Teachers)
Lori Halverson (French Teacher)
Jenise Coates-Haynes (9th Grade Freshman Academy World Geography Teacher)
Candita Belona (English II Teacher)
Joseph Lawlor (Geometry Teacher)
Charlotte Delatorre (Pupil Appraisal)