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PBIS at Robert Moton Elementary School. Pam Meyers Frank Fiore Julie Clarfield March 27, 2007. About Robert Moton Elementary. Location: Westminster, MD Carroll County Grade Levels: Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 5 Student Population: 466 students total 168 qualify for free/reduced meals

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Pbis at robert moton elementary school

PBIS at Robert Moton Elementary School

Pam Meyers

Frank Fiore

Julie Clarfield

March 27, 2007


About robert moton elementary
About Robert Moton Elementary

  • Location: Westminster, MD Carroll County

  • Grade Levels: Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 5

  • Student Population: 466 students total

  • 168 qualify for free/reduced meals

  • 132 receive special education services

    • Special education regional center - provide education services to students whose needs could not be met in their home school


Pbis at rmes
PBIS at RMES

  • The process of making the commitment to PBIS

  • Fine-tuning what PBIS would look like at RMES.


What does pbis look like at rmes
What does PBIS look like at RMES?

TRIPLE

Posters

Tickets

R

espect

esponsible

eady to learn

RANCH


DATA

  • Data collected since August/September 2006

    • SWIS, Excel, etc.



The big 5
The “Big 5”

  • Location: 76% of the problem behaviors occur within the classroom

  • Time: 12:30-2:00

  • Problem Behavior: The top 3 behaviors:

    • Defiance/ Disrespect/Insubordination/Non-compliance

    • Fighting/Physical Aggression

    • Disruption








Suspension data
Suspension Data

  • Suspensions continue to decrease


Positive Data

  • 60 staff (over ½) have been recognized and rewarded for acknowledging students exhibiting the RRR behaviors.

  • 5841 RRR coupons handed out so far this school year

  • 430 students (92%) earned the privilege to attend each quarterly celebration, including all Kindergarten and 5th grade students in 1st quarter

  • Nominated (and met criteria) for a PBIS exemplar school of the year last year



Using data for decision making
Using data for decision-making

  • Continuum of support provided to students

  • Staff development provided in response to staff requests (+35 staff attended a presentation on dealing with students who have significant problem behaviors in 2006)

  • Movement of the support room

  • “Caught You in the Corridor” contest



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