PBIS Awards for VVUHSD

Five VVUHSD schools to be honored for PBIS excellence
Posted on 08/20/2018
Five Victor Valley Union High School District schools will be honored with California PBIS Coalition awards at a ceremony Sept. 20 at Adelanto High School. 

The schools receive bronze, silver, gold and platinum awards for their outstanding work with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to improve the culture on campus for students and staff.

Goodwill Education Center was the only high school in the High Desert to earn Platinum recognition. Four other VVUHSD schools earned PBIS awards this year: Victor Valley High (gold), Adelanto High (silver), Lakeview Leadership Academy (silver) and Silverado High (bronze).

Goodwill, an alternative high school, also led all local high schools in last year's awards, earning gold. 

"Our staff at Goodwill has continued to foster a positive learning environment for our students," VVUHSD Superintendent Dr. Ron Williams said. "School climate and culture are integral to student success, and we are extremely proud of all of our schools who were recognized with these important honors."

A total of 75 schools in the High Desert (including elementary and preschool programs) earned recognition this year, representing 10 districts in the region.

The third annual award ceremony will be hosted by the California Association of Health and Education Linked Professions (CAHELP). San Bernardino County Superintendent Ted Alejandre and CAHELP CEO Jenae Holtz are expected to be present at the awards ceremony to congratulate each school and program for their statewide recognition.

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