Monte Vista teachers and administrators manage student behavior according to the guidelines of a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) system. As part of that system, students can earn “Honey Drops” by demonstrating good behavior at school. Once enough Honey Drops are collected, students can exchange their Honey Drops for “Bees”.
Once a month, when the Beehive is open, students may "purchase" items from the Beehive with their Bees as a reward for consistent good behavior.
School administration requests parent volunteers to run the Beehive store one day each month during school hours.
Volunteer tasks include: setting up the tables and items, helping students select items and exchange their Bees, and breakdown/clean-up before the end of the school day.
Beehive days are typically held on the last Friday of each month. The first class will visit the store just after the morning bell, and then each class will rotate through the store, one-by-one, for 10 minutes each. The tentative dates for the 22/23 school year are: Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May
Though this committee is not PTO funded, school administration appreciates parent volunteers to help execute the store as teachers and staff manage their classes.
Positions (2/3 filled)
Bee Hive Chair Signed Up: 1 / 1
Ensure monthly volunteer coverage, assist with managing stock, assist with store management, provide regular updates to PTO Board Liaison.
Bee Hive Worker Bee Signed Up: 12 / 25
During school hours: Set up table and item, assist students with item selection and exchanging their bees, clean up/breakdown
PTO Board Liaison Signed Up: 1 / 1
Reserved for current member of the PTO Executive board.