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PROGRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Soaring Hawks Positive Behavioral Support (PBIS). Progress Elementary School Mrs. S. Burke-Henry, Principal 2009-2010. PBS Team Members. Monthly/Yearly Calendar. Events and Activities Refer to Form 1. Action Plan. Refer to Form 2. What is the Purpose of PBS?.

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Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

PROGRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSoaring HawksPositive Behavioral Support (PBIS)

Progress Elementary School

Mrs. S. Burke-Henry, Principal 2009-2010


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

PBS Team Members


Monthly yearly calendar

Monthly/Yearly Calendar

Events and Activities

Refer to Form 1


Action plan

Action Plan

Refer to Form 2


What is the purpose of pbs

What is the Purpose of PBS?

The purpose of the School-wide Positive Behavior Support System is to provide an immediate reinforcement for desired behavior.

  • The immediate reinforcement acts as a teaching tool for desired behavior. It keeps staff and students attention focused on desired behaviors.

  • The immediate reinforcement is a bridge to long term rewards

  • The immediate reinforcement increases likelihood of repeating the desired behavior. It fosters a positive school climate and reduces the need for engaging in time consuming disciplinary measures

  • Students become eager to receive the long term rewards!!


Traditional discipline vs pbs

Traditional Discipline

Focused on the student’s problem behavior

Goal is to stop undesirable behavior through the use of punishment.

Positive Behavior Support

Replaces undesired behavior with a new behavior or new skill.

Alters environments

Teaches appropriate skills

Rewards appropriate behavior.

Traditional Discipline vs. PBS


Mission statement

MISSION STATEMENT

Progress Elementary where we proudly

pursue excellence!


Progress elementary school behavioral flow chart

Progress Elementary SchoolBehavioral Flow Chart

Refer to Form 3


Who manages inappropriate behaviors

Office Managed

Alcohol

Weapons

Combustibles

Tardy

Drugs

Arson

Bullying

Skip Class/Truancy

Bomb Threat/False Alarm

Tobacco

Abusive Language/Inappropriate Language/Profanity

Fighting/Physical aggression

Gang affiliated language

Property damage/vandalism

Sexual gestures/harassment/web browsing

Classroom Managed

Disruption

Dress code

Lying/Cheating

Forgery

Property misuse

Defiance/disrespect/insubordination/ noncompliance

Physical Contact

Technology violation

Inappropriate display of affection

Inappropriate location/out of bounds area

Eating, drinking, chewing gum in class

Off task behavior

Who Manages Inappropriate Behaviors?


Student tracking sheet

Student Tracking Sheet

Refer to Forms 4-6


Definitions of problem behaviors

Definitions of Problem Behaviors

Refer to Form 7


Data collection

Data Collection

Refer to Form 8


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2009 Incident counts (Building –Grade)


Where do we start

Where Do We Start?

School-Wide Consistency

How do we accomplish school wide consistency?

School Wide Lesson Plans with examples of behaviors to be taught throughout the school year.

Lesson Plans include:

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Ready for Learning

Support each other and the PBS Team by following procedures set in PBS plan.

Voice concerns to Team members so that they can be addressed.

Make an assertive effort the first two weeks of school to be active in enforcing all rules. Help each other. If you see a student not following an expectation help to correct the situation even if they are not your student.


Pbs progress elementary school expectations for positive behavior

PBS Progress Elementary SchoolExpectations for Positive Behavior

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Ready for Learning


Progress elementary school expectations

Progress Elementary SchoolExpectations

Be Respectful

  • Be kind to self and others.

  • Show concerns and consideration of others.

  • Remember to say the magic words please, thank you, sorry, yes, no, and you’re welcome.

    Be Responsible

  • Accept consequences for your actions whether positive or negative.

  • Practice self control.

  • Practice safety for self and others.

    Be Ready

  • Complete all assignments assigned.

  • Bring all materials needed.

  • Come properly in uniform.

  • Be an active participant and focus

  • Ask for help because were here.


Rules and expectations

Rules and Expectations


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CAFETERIA RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Enter /leave the cafeteria quietly.

● Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

● Use inside voices

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

●Wash and dry hands thoroughly.

●Keep your area clean

●Pick up all trash before leaving your eating area.

●Properly dispose of waste.

BE READY

● Pick up all necessary side dishes, beverages, and eating utensils BEFORE you take your seat.

● Always think of new ways to keep the cafeteria clean and neat.

Remember….

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

RESTROOM RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Wait quietly for the restroom to become available.

● Flush after every use

● Use inside voices.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Wash your hands thoroughly and dry them.

● Discard paper towels properly in the waste basket.

● Always walk in the restroom.

● Report any problems with the restroom equipment to the front office immediately.

BE READY

● Adjust your uniform properly (shirt tucked in, pants/shorts at natural waist level) before leaving

the restroom.

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


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BUS / BUS STOP/ CAR RIDERS

RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

●Follow all directives from duty teachers.

● Sit in area designated by duty teachers (Car Riders)

● Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Remain at your assigned bus stop.

● Wait until the car / bus comes to a complete

stop before getting in or out.

● Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

● Remain seated at all times.

BE READY

● Make sure that you have all material you need to take home BEFORE

leaving your class to report to loading areas.

● School dress applies while you are still on campus.

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


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AUDITORIUM RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Sit in the area assigned to you.

● Remain seated until prompted to move.

● Remain quiet while the speaker is speaking.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

● Always walk to designated seating area.

BE READY

● Take care of personal needs (restroom, water, etc.) BEFORE

entering the auditorium.

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


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COMPUTER LAB RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Enter quietly and have a seat.

● Follow all directions given by the computer teacher.

● Raise your hand if you need assistance.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Use all computer equipment in the way it should be used.

● Only use approved websites.

● Use only your assigned log-in information.

BE READY

● Know your log-in information for the computer.

● Uniforms should be properly worn while in the computer lab.

● Have all necessary material to complete assigned work.

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!


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LIBRARY RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Enter the library quietly and in a straight line.

● Sit in assigned area and follow directions.

● Use inside voices at all times.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Always walk while in the library.

● Books and materials should always handled with care.

● Place books and other materials back where they belong.

BE READY

● Use library time wisely.

● Have library books prepared for checkout time.

Remember….

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


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OFFICE RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

● Remain quiet at all times while in the office area.

● Please wait patiently while the office staff assists you.

● Keep hand, feet, and other objects to yourself.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Have a note and / or pass when coming to the office.

● Ask permission to use office equipment.

BE READY

Present a note / or pass when coming to the office.

Have a parent or adult sign you in if you are tardy (Students)

Uniforms should be properly worn during office visits (Students)

Proper attire should be worn during office visits (Parents)

Be sure to properly sign out students before removing them from school (Parents)

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIME!!!


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BREEZEWAY RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

●Walk while in transition from class to class.

●Walk to the right at all times.

●Stay in your place in line.

●Remain quiet while on the breezeway.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Always walk while on the breezeway.

● Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself while on the breezeway.

BE READY

● Always have materials and books in notebook or book bags during transition.

● Have uniform properly adjusted (shirt tucked in, pants/shorts at natural waist level).

Remember…

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

PLAYGROUND RULES & EXPECTATIONS

BE RESPECTFUL & COURTEOUS

●Take turns using playground equipment.

●Practice safety at all times.

●Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

●Use correct language at all times.

●Stay in assigned area.

BE RESPONSIBLE & SAFE

● Play safely on all playground equipment

● Use playground equipment in the way it is intended to be used.

● Keep away from broken or damaged equipment.

● Report any foreign objects on the playground.

BE READY

● Obtain any materials for recess BEFORE going to the playground.

● Line up and return to class at the sound of the bell.

Remember….

SOAR LIKE A HAWK AT ALL TIMES!!!


Teacher lesson plans

Teacher Lesson Plans

PBS


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Lesson Plan for Computer Lab


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Lesson Plan for Playground


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Lesson Plan for Breezeway


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Lesson Plan for Bus/ Bus Stop/Car Riders


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

Lesson Plan for Office


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Lesson Plan for Cafeteria


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

Lesson Plan for Auditorium


Progress elementary school soaring hawks positive behavioral support pbis

Lesson Plan for Restroom


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Lesson Plan for Library Rules


Behavior action plan

Behavior Action Plan

Refer to Form 4-6


Plan of action what to do if i have behavior problems

Plan of Action:What to do if I have behavior problems?

  • Step 1 Verbal Warning

  • Step 2 Begin tracking student’s behavior

  • Step 3 Continue to track student’s behavior, redirect student, letter sent home/phone call

  • Step 4 Time Out Room (TOR)

  • Step 5 Continue to track student’s behavior, redirect student

  • Step 6 Continue to track student’s behavior, redirect student

  • Step 7 Continue to track student’s behavior, redirect student, letter sent home/phone call

  • Step 8 Referral to the Office


Rewards and incentives

Rewards and Incentives

Teachers and Students


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Guidelines for Effective PraiseOne of the most powerful strategies is providing praise for appropriate behavior. Praise must be used appropriately or it will lose its meaning.

  • Define the appropriate behavior while giving praise.

  • Praise should be specific for the positive behavior that the student displays.

  • The praise should include exactly what part of the student’s behavior is acceptable.

  • Praise should be given immediately.

  • The statements used as praise should vary.

  • Praise should not be given continuously or without reason.

  • Be sincere with your praise.

  • Be consistent when praising the target.

  • Praise should be developmentally appropriate.


Student and teacher incentives

Students

10 min. computer time

Class Hawk Eye Bucks

Free Homework Pass

Sit Where You Want

Caught Being Good Tickets

Sock Hop

Hawk Eye Reward Day

Free Dress

Teachers

Teacher Assigned Parking Spot

Leave Early Friday

Duty Free Day

Lunch Special

Gift Card Benny’s Car Wash

Name on Marquee

Student and Teacher Incentives


What will pbs look like at progress elementary golden stamps

What will PBS look like at Progress Elementary?Golden Stamps

Golden Stamps will be used as immediate reinforcements.

  • How Golden Stamps are used:

  • When a teacher or staff member witness a student following Progress Elementary student expectations, the teacher or staff member will immediately reward the student with a Golden Stamp.

  • The teacher will explain which expectation the student is exhibiting and thank the student, then give the student the Golden Stamp.

  • The teacher/staff member will stamp the students incentive card using their personalized stamp.


Sock hops

Sock Hops

Sock Hops will be held on the first Friday following the end of the nine weeks. All students with 40 or more golden stamps will be allowed to attend. Sock Hops will be broken into groups. Each sock hop will be 30 minutes long.

PK – 2nd will attend 12:30 – 1:00

3rd - 5th will attend 1:30 – 2:00

  • Each grade level will have one teacher stay behind with students who will not eligible to participate. The other teacher(s) must attend the Sock Hop.

  • Snacks will be sold. A portion of the snack sales will benefit the PBS program.

  • Each student entering the gym will receive a raffle ticket for a grand prize drawing to be given away at the sock hop.


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FREE DRESS DAY

Free Dress Day will be awarded to those students who have earned 50 or more Golden stamps. Students in grades PK- 5th will be eligible. Free Dress Day will be periodically announced by the office the day prior to the actual day. Students may redeem used or unused stamps to be eligible.


Hawk eye reward store

Eye

Pencils – 1 stamp

Gel Pens – 3 stamps

Spiral Paper Notebooks – 3 stamps

Crayons – 2 stamps

Markers – 8 stamps

Card Games – 4 stamps

Color Pencils – 4 stamps

Coloring Books – 4 stamps

Journals – 4 stamps

Calculators – 4-8 stamps

Watches – 10 stamps

Rings – 4 stamps

Wrist Bands – 5 stamps

Sweat Bands – 5 stamps

Ponytail Holders – 4 stamps

Basketball – 20 stamps

Football – 20 stamps

Purses – 20 stamps

Earrings - 15 stamps

Necklaces – 15 stamps

Board Games – 20 stamps

CD Player – 40 stamps

CD’s – 15 stamps

DVD Player – 50 stamps

DVD – 20 stamps

Stickers – 5 stamps

Yo-Yo’s – 10 stamps

Balls – 5 stamps

Frisbee – 10 stamps

Whistle – 5 stamps

Ruler – 5 stamps

Caps – 25 stamps

T-Shirts 30 stamps

Erasers – 2 stamps

Kaleidoscopes – 4 stamps

Ring Pops – 4 stamps

Nerd Ropes – 6 stamps

Bubble Toy Set – 10 stamps

Jump Ropes – 10 stamps

Folders – 5 stamps

Bracelets – 5 stamps

Stuff Animals – 5-10stamps

Cross Word Search Puzzles

Hawk EyeReward Store


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Questions, Comments, or Concerns


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