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Sandy Plains HIP Club . H elping I mprove P erformance through Check In/Check Out. Goal and Objectives . By the end of today’s session, you will be able to implement a check in/check out system in your building tomorrow. Data Review – red zone/yellow zone

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Sandy plains hip club

Sandy Plains HIP Club

Helping Improve Performance through Check In/Check Out

Goal and objectives
Goal and Objectives

By the end of today’s session, you will be able to implement a check in/check out system in your building tomorrow.

Data Review – red zone/yellow zone

Support Staff roles and responsibilities

Teachers/Mentors roles and responsibilities


Monthly Data Meeting

Year One’s Data

Number of Referrals


Targeted Students


~80% of Students

Source: Horner, CICO Presentation, San Jose CA, 9/9/2010

Summer 2010 data review
Summer 2010 Data Review

Yellow Zone

6 to 9 referrals during the 2009-2010 school year

Red Zone

10 or more referrals during the 2009 – 2010 school year


2 or more suspensions during the 2009 – 2010 school year

Meet 2x’s/day

Staff selected students to mentor at faculty meeting in August

Code of conduct
Code of Conduct

Our Pledge to Ourselves & to One Another

As members of the Sandy Plains Community:

Weuse kind words and actions.

We take pride in our learning.

We choose a positive attitude each day.

Mentors responsibilities
Mentors’ Responsibilities

Meet with mentee every morning,

give a morning pep-talk

provide student with daily chart

Meet with mentee every afternoon

discuss daily chart

complete Home Report

return daily chart & Home Report to coordinator

Optional – provide weekly incentives

Meet 2x’s/day


Submitted daily charts

& Home Reports

Coordinators responsibilities
Coordinators’ Responsibilities

Yellow Zone Students

Guidance Counselor

Focus Room Facilitator

Red Zone Student

School Social Worker

School Psychologist

  • - Monitor Check in Check out Process

  • Collect Daily Charts

  • Maintain Monthly Data (spreadsheet)

  • Meet with Students to review progress (at least monthly)

  • Attend Monthly Data Meeting

Meet 2x’s/day

Meet monthly to

review progress

Submitted daily charts

Meet 2x’s/day


Meet monthly to

review progress

Submit daily charts

Additional interventions for continued red zoned students
Additional Interventions for Continued Red Zoned Students

  • Increased parent communication

  • Personalized Daily Charts

  • Additional Coordinator Meetings

    • Counseling with Psychologist or School Social Worker

  • Referral to Outside Counseling Services

  • Provide increased positive incentives

  • Consult with additional staff members (nurse, administrator)

  • Reduced interventions for students showing success
    Reduced Interventions for students showing success

    • Continuing to meet twice daily with mentor without point sheet

    • Meeting with mentor less frequently

      • Once daily

      • Once or twice a week

  • “Graduation” from program

  • Monthly data meetings
    Monthly Data Meetings

    Most important aspect of program

    Conducted outside of PBIS meeting

    Review HIP club students first, followed by possible new referrals

    New referrals – Focus Room data, IEP/IST team and teacher referrals

    Check In/Check Out


    Students are identified to receive behavioral support

    Check-in and check-out daily with a mentor at school

    Regular feedback and reinforcement from teachers

    Family component

    Daily performance data used to evaluate progress