2016 PBISaz Film Festival

The Fourth Annual PBISaz Film Festival entertained, educated and delighted the appreciative audience. This year, we had 36 fantastic films to preview. It’s evident that the competition and quality heats up each year. Schools representing the K-12 spectrum showcased a brilliant diversity of ideas and approaches to sharing PBIS with their audience. The creativity of the entries made us ooh, ahh, laugh and think about the great schools where the entries came from.

Thank you to PBISaz.org, your statewide PBIS council for sponsoring this event!

Congratulations to all schools that applied! But, a few select winners had to be chosen and here they are for you to view…

Phoenix ESD – Whittier Elementary School

Whittier created a Be The Change Club with the mission to stop bullying, school-wide. The club students chose the Stop Walk Talk program to teach to the whole school.

Florence USD – Magma Ranch K-8

This video showcases the culture and community at Magma, proud a PBIS!

Sacaton ESD – Sacaton Middle School

Staff annually rehearse a spectacular PBIS Kick-Off event. Students always have a lot of fun learning the Braves’ Expectations!

Scottsdale USD – Mohave Middle School

This student written, directed and narrated film teaches fellow students ‘How to get a PAWS’ PBIS ticket. 

Scottsdale USD – Desert Canyon Elementary School

Students and staff show off their psychedelic imagination and creativity by changing the words to “Obladi Oblada” to align with school-wide expectations.

Flagstaff USD – Killip Elementary School

Students and staff collaborated to demonstrate “S.M.A.R.T.” behavior in all locations throughout the school.

Florence USD – Magma Ranch K-8

Let’s teach staff the expectations for the Staff Lounge…and have a bit of fun doing it!

Marana USD – Marjorie W. Estes Elementary School

Students star in this film about the school-wide PBIS expectations at Estes School.

Mesa USD – Mesa High School

Student Bryce Noir explains and demonstrates the M.E.S.A. school-wide expectations like only Bryce Noir can. Check it out and you’ll see what we mean!

Paradise Valley USD – Pinnacle Peak Elementary School

This video stars students teaching peers to be Safe, Organized, Accountable, and Respectful (SOAR) on the playground.

Scottsdale USD – Copper Ridge School

Students provide a New Student Orientation to the CRS way at Copper Ridge School. 

Tucson USD – Grijalva Elementary School

For teachers: How to Respond to Unexpected Behavior using Teacher Managed strategies for a consistent, predictable, and equitable school climate.