Lyman Gilmore strives to have a positive school culture to ensure student safety, responsibility, respectfulness, and a readiness to learn. We believe a positive school culture is central to the job of learning and teaching. We at Gilmore know that when expected behavior is modeled and reinforced that appropriate behavior will be demonstrated by all who enter our campus.   By focusing on these expectations students are given the tools for personal success.  Working together our dedicated teachers, supportive parents, devoted community members and enthusiastic students find success that positively impacts school wide and individual behavior.  


The PBIS framework helps support a campus community where staff acknowledge positive behaviors, consistently follow through with fair consequences and provide a system of support for individual intervention.  Together we can create and maintain a positive school culture and community.