PCIS Building Awards

PCIS Building Awards

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807 Nicklin Avenue
Piqua, OH 45356
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State of Ohio PBIS Gold Status School

 
In 2019, Piqua Central Intermediate School was recognized as a Gold Status School for our efforts in behavioral practices including Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3.  Piqua Central is one of only a small number of schools which were recognized as Gold status for the 2019-2020 school year.  At Piqua Central, we focus on not only the mental and physical growth of all our people, we also place a major focus on social emotional growth.  We have put supports in place to service all our students.  We love seeing our students grow and respond to our state recognized behavioral practices.

PBIS Silver State Award

 
 In 2018, Piqua Central Intermediate School was recognized by the Ohio PBIS Network and State Support Team 10 and received a silver award, which is the highest rating you can receive in the 2nd year of PBIS implementation. In conjunction with the Indian Initiative and the Indian Way, the PBIS movement has established a positive school culture that not only sets the highest of expectations for academics, but also features the highest expectations for behavior by students and staff.

PBIS State Bronze Award

In 2017, Piqua Central Intermediate School was recognized by the Ohio PBIS Network and State Support Team 10 and received a bronze award, which is the highest rating you can receive in the first year of PBIS implementation. In conjunction with the Indian Initiative and the Indian Way, the PBIS movement has established a positive school culture that not only sets the highest of expectations for academics, but also features the highest expectations for behavior by students and staff. The staff at Piqua Central were also given the opportunity to attend the PBIS State Showcase in Mansfield, Ohio to share with other schools around the state the school's identity of the Indian Way. 

Iron Giraffe Challenge

In 2016, PCIS became a WFSS International Partner School by completing the Iron Giraffe Challenge. After reading "A Long Walk to Water" by Linda Sue Park, our 6th grade ELA students were inspired and motivated to raise $1,000 to place a water drilling rig in South Sudan in order for children there, especially young ladies, to have clean water. By doing so, these children no longer had to carry water to their tribes and could now attend school.
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