Our school is supposedly a PBIS school (i.e. Positive Behavior) yet the primary means of discipline in each classroom is a color system. Student's start the day on Green and during the day their card can change down to red if their behavior is unacceptable. To me, this is negative reinforcement. Additionally, the reward they earn can only be earned if they finish each day on green for the entire week. Each color is a point, green is 3 points, yellow is 2 points, orange is 1 point, and red is 0. If they end the day on yellow they can cover their losses by making sure they do their homework completely and on time (earn a bonus point). Thus, for a regular 5 day week if you are Green everyday and you do your homework everday you earn 15 + 5 points. I just feel as though turning colors to highlight their misbehavior is the absolute opposite of PBIS. Thoughts?