PBIS

  • The acronym, CHILL, is the format that Oberle using to define expectations. The letters in the acronym stand for Caring, Helpful, Integrity, Listening, and Learning.
     
    The students at Oberle Elementary School have been learning about school-wide behavioral expectations. These expectations have been agreed upon by the staff and Students as an effective way to be proactive in managing behaviors.

    Please take this opportunity to talk to your child about the expectations at school and the importance of continuing to demonstrate CHILL behaviors. With your continued support and involvement, Oberle Elementary School will remain a school where students can excel.

    -Oberle PBIS Committee

PBIS Staff

  • Co-Coordinators: Ann Hlabangana-Clay (grade 3) & Debbie DeLia (grade 1)

    Executive Board: Marilyn Dollard (Principal), Rella Reynolds (Asst. Principal), Ann Hlabangana-Clay (grade 3), Debbie DeLia (grade 1)

    Core Team: Rella Reynolds (Asst. Principal), Ann Hlabangana-Clay (grade 3), Debbie DeLia (grade 1), Jami Kline (grade 1), Gloria Haman (grades 4) , Varneka Baynard (grade K), Loretta Reeder (Administrative Admin)

    Committee: Rella Reynolds (Asst. Principal), Ann Hlabangana-Clay (grade 3), Debbie DeLia (grade 1), Jami Kline (grade 1), Gloria Haman (grade 4 ), Varneka Baynard (grade K), Loretta Reeder (Administrative Admin), Lindsay Novellino (grade K), Ashlyn Andreula (grade 1), Joanne Parker (grade 2; Special Education), Desiree Jackson (grade 1), Natalia Ghion (grade 5; Special Education), Beth Cox (grade 3), Michelle Johnson grade 3), Terence Savagel (Expressive Arts)

    Target Team: Marilyn Dollard (Principal), Rella Reynolds (Asst. Principal), Ann Hlabangana-Clay (grade 3), Debbie DeLia (grade 1), Varneka Baynard (grade K), Megan O’Donnell (Counselor)