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Please Note:

  • The intent of this presentation is to provide content related to the need for and development of school-wide expectations as part of school-wide Positive Behavior Supports (PBS)

  • This presentation is part of a course series and notintended as a stand alone presentation.

  • Please notify the developers before altering or using for any reason other than the intended purpose.

  • When using these materials, please cite the Hamilton County Center for Regional Educational Services.

    Contact: Karen Stine (513) 674.4308 or [email protected]


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School-Wide Positive Behavior Supports Course Series

Session One:

School-wide Expectations


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School-Wide Expectations

School-wide expectations are a list of specific, positively stated overarching behaviors that are desired of ALL faculty, students and families.


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Why Do We Need School-wide Expectations?

  • Big Ideas of School-wide Positive Behavior Supports

  • Avoids the Assumption That Students Should Know How to Behave

  • Makes Hidden Rules or Expectations Overt

  • Addresses Potential Mismatches Between Home and School Cultures


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Key Characteristics of School-wide Expectations

  • 3 to 5 overarching behavioral expectations

  • Agreed upon

  • Clearly communicated

  • Overtly taught in all settings

  • Understood by all

  • Posted and distributed widely

  • Consistently demonstrated and implemented by all adults in the school


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How Do You Develop Expectations?

  • What does your school already have in place?

  • Getting input from all stakeholders

    • Who are your stakeholders?

    • How will you get input?

  • Making the final decision

    • What process will your team use to determine the final 3-5 expectations?



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Non-example of Expectations

No Yelling

No Running

No Hitting


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Developing a Matrix: Defining Expectations in Specific Settings

  • Identify all settings in your building

  • Define your expectations for each setting

    • Why?

    • How?


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Considerations for Developing Your Expectation Matrix

Behavior definitions for each setting should be:

  • Observable and measurable

  • Age-appropriate

  • Behaviors students can perform successfully

  • Easy to understand and remember

  • Stated positively

  • Few in number




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Posting Your Expectations

  • What will you post?

  • Where will you post?



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Next Steps

  • After the expectations have been identified and defined for each setting, they need to be explicitly taught.

  • Session 2 of this PBS course series will focus on developing effective lesson plans for explicitly teaching your school-wide expectations.


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What to Bring to Session 1on January 29th

  • PBS Survey results

  • Office Discipline Referral data

  • Any other data that may be helpful for planning

  • Any existing school rules, expectations, etc.


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