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PBIS and Student Discipline Report to the BOE. January 5, 2010 Donald Owen Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. Overview of Presentation. District Collaborative Leadership Committee Structure of Leadership Working Groups Tertiary Replication Project Discipline Data:

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pbis and student discipline report to the boe

PBIS and Student Discipline Report to the BOE

January 5, 2010

Donald Owen

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

overview of presentation
Overview of Presentation
  • District Collaborative Leadership Committee
    • Structure of Leadership Working Groups
    • Tertiary Replication Project
  • Discipline Data:
    • Types and Purpose of Data
    • Overview of District Discipline Data
    • Activities to improve school climate
mission of district leadership committee
Mission of District Leadership Committee

We will help all students by creating a multi-tiered, blended model of integration and support for academic, social, and emotional learning, and by working together through a data-based, problem-solving process. We will work with families and community partners to help us build and create a positive culture for learning.

pbis tertiary replication project
PBIS Tertiary Replication Project
  • PBIS – Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (a framework for helping schools and districts create positive climates through data based decisions)
  • Tertiary Project – Providing supports and interventions for the students with the most complex behavioral needs.
  • USD116 as a Tertiary Replication Site:
    • King, Prairie, and Leal are participating this year in additional training to increase supports for Tier II and Tier III students
    • District is collaborating with wide network of Community Partners to share information and ideas to help support students and families
    • Goal is to expand and strengthen PBIS/RtI Collaborative model and Community Partnerships across the district over the next three years
looking at data
Looking at Data
  • Three levels of Data:
    • Strategic: Big picture – BOE, ISBE
    • Tactical: School/District Improvement Planning
    • Operational: Building/Teacher level that can inform practice
  • District Leadership Data Working Group will create guidelines about reporting of data to help support use of data at all three of these levels
  • District Administration is actively pursuing new tools and technologies to help strengthen operational data
discipline data
Discipline Data
  • State implemented new reporting procedures in fall of 2009 that require that district report all In and Out of School Suspensions by student to ISBE’s Student Information System (SIS)
  • District has been working with Skyward to improve discipline reporting on the Tactical and Operational levels of data.
  • In fall of 2009, all elementary schools began using SWIS (swis.org) to track discipline data to provide more Operational data for principals and teachers
discipline data continued
Discipline Data Continued
  • The Strategic Data is presented as a percentage (%) of enrollment by building or district because it provides a more accurate view of building climate than raw numbers
  • District administration looks at both Strategic and Tactical data to provide support, training, and interventions where needed
slide12
District Percentage of Students who have Received ISS & or OSS by Race Compared to Enrollment by Race as reported to ISBE for 2008-2009
number of students brought to boe for expulsion hearings by school year all expulsions were stayed
Number of Students Brought to BOE for Expulsion Hearings by School Year(All expulsions were stayed)
supports and next steps
Supports and Next Steps
  • District and building leaders use Tactical and Operational data for District/School Improvement Planning and continuous improvement and intervention decisions
    • Collaborating with Safe Schools Alliance and UIUC experts, Dorothy Espelage and Philip Rodkin, for professional development about reducing bullying
    • Participating in the IL-PBIS Network to improve climate and system practices
    • Focus of district wide professional development is school climate and instructional supports
supports and next steps1
Supports and Next Steps
  • District Administration is supporting new data tools
    • SWIS
    • Student achievement data warehouse
  • District Leadership Committee will recommend guidelines for data use and reporting
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