2013 Winning Videos

The first annual BET-C Video Festival entertained, educated and delighted the appreciative audience. This year, videos made by schools to share Instruction and Information on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) were shown. Although many creative and engaging videos were submitted and screened, a few stood out as Award Winners.

View these examples and submit your video in January 2014!


2013 Informational Videos

Sacaton Middle School,Sacaton Elementary School DistrictTitle: Sacaton PBIS Kick Off Staff and students from Sacaton Middle School on the Gila River Indian Reservation kick off their 2012 school year with an assembly announcing their Braves Expectations: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe.
Page Unified School DistrictTitle: Page PRIDE Trailer Watch all four Page District schools plan, kick-off, and introduce the PRIDE Expectations to students and staff. PRIDE stands for Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, Excellent and represents the values of our community as chosen by all students and staff. We believe in Page and we have PRIDE!
Desert Mountain Elementary School,Deer Valley Unified School DistrictTitle: Mission HAWK PBIS Team HAWK takes on a mission to find the school mascot Hawk that has been lost due to students poor behavior. Learn, as our students do, how to demonstrate our school-wide Expectation of being Honorable, Accountable, Willing, Kind.


2013 Instructional Videos

Mohave Middle School,Scottsdale Unified School DistrictTitle: Rated P for PAWS Students play cool new video game controlling their school mascot. The goal is good behavior.
Sacaton Middle School,Sacaton Elementary School DistrictTitle: Braves’ Bus Expectations Sacaton 6th grade students teaching our Braves’ Bus Expectation:Be Safe. Both non-example and examples are modeled on the school bus with students playing the role of the bus driver. A great model for students, staff, and drivers!
Alhambra High School,Phoenix Union High School DistrictTitle: Perserevance Expectation The Videos are aligned with the P.B.I.S. school wide expectations around Alhambra High School. And the staff and students enjoyed making the videos to support great human values around the campus.Video Unavailable at this time.