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Rantoul City Schools #137 Pleasant Acres Primary Grade Level Center Rantoul, Illinois (15 miles north of Champaign-Urbana) Jamin Whitman, MSW School Social Worker & PBIS Internal Coach [email protected] I am Ready, I am Respectful, I am Responsible, I Have the Power to Learn!.

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i am ready i am respectful i am responsible i have the power to learn

Rantoul City Schools #137Pleasant Acres Primary Grade Level CenterRantoul, Illinois(15 miles north of Champaign-Urbana)Jamin Whitman, MSWSchool Social Worker & PBIS Internal [email protected]

I am Ready,

I am Respectful,

I am Responsible,

I Have the Power to Learn!

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Pleasant Acres (K-2) 2008 Info & Demographics

Enrollment: 322

Low Income: 72%

White: 53.4%

Black: 33.2%

Hispanic: 8.4%

Multiracial: 3.4%

Asian: 1.6%

Picture of school

Picture of students

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What PBIS has done for Pleasant Acres

Implementing PBIS with integrity

+

Redesigning our discipline system

=

68.7% reduction in number of student office

visits for behavior problems from

2007-2008 to 2008-2009

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Showing Outstanding Attitude Reward

______________Whitman______

Student Name Teacher Name

HIGH FREQUENCY/PREDICTABLE

Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards

SOARTickets

(Showing Outstanding Attitude Reward)

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REDEMPTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • POWER STORE
    • Weekly at first, then every other week
    • School supplies
    • School t-shirts
    • Stickers
    • Travel size toiletries
    • Small toys
    • School coupons
    • Two big prizes:
      • Portable CD player (75 tickets)
      • Bicycle (150 tickets)

Picture of Power Store

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REDEMPTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY

Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards

SPECIAL POWER STORE

(December & May)

Collect donations from staff and parents

Encourage students to buy gifts for others

Examples of items:

Games

Toys

Stuffed animals

Jewelry

Purses

DVDs

Trinkets/House decorations

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HIGH FREQUENCY/PREDICTABLE

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
  • Daily Lunchroom SOARTickets
    • Classes are rewarded for following the expectations
    • Bulletin board shows number of lunchroom SOAR tickets
    • Classes earn rewards/privileges
      • Being dismissed first for recess
      • A popcorn party
      • Extra recess time
      • Freeze dance
      • A popsicle party
      • SOAR tickets

Picture of lunchroom bulletin board

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HIGH FREQUENCY/PREDICTABLE

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
  • Good News/Caught Being Good Announcements
    • Our principal makes an announcement at 3:00pm to recognize students/classrooms that have shown positive behavior that day
    • A few students that are “caught being good” during the day are recognized and come to the office for a prize (special pencil, coupon for free ice cream cone, etc.)
    • Classes that earned lunchroom SOAR tickets are recognized
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UNEXPECTED/INTERMITTENT

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Classroom Compliments & Rewards
      • Teachers create systems for their own classrooms
    • Brag Boards
      • Poster by classroom door
      • Teachers/staff write positives about the day
    • Thunderbird Award (monthly)
      • 1-3 students from each classroom are selected for their positive behavior or for improving their behavior
    • Morning Assembly (8:20-8:50) Respect Chart
      • Classes are recognized for following the expectations during morning assembly
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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Kickoff Celebration
      • Teach the expectations in all areas
      • Inform students of acknowledgements
      • Celebrate the beginning of the year
    • Special Assemblies
      • Motivational speaker
        • Lead4Life
      • Magician
      • Yo-Yo expert
      • Animal/Wildlife experts
      • Principal dressed up as Cat in the Hat
      • Junior high school band concert
      • Performance by high school cheerleaders

Picture of guest speaker

Picture of

cheerleaders

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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • January Booster/Celebration
      • Remind students of the expectations and incentives
        • Include classroom expectations for inside recess
      • Celebrate the beginning of the second semester
    • Dances
      • Father-Daughter Dance
      • Spring Dance
      • PTO sponsored
      • Set up background for professional-style pictures
        • Printed them on school printer-free for students
    • Parent Breakfast
      • Invite parents to join students for special breakfast

Picture of skit

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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Bowling Night
      • Mother-Son bowling
    • Family Fun Night
      • Games
      • Food
      • Information
      • Book fair
    • Family Reading Night
      • Reading themed games and activities
      • Cookies and milk
      • Students wear pajamas
      • Book fair

Pictures of Family Reading Night

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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Referral Free Celebrations
      • Quarterly
        • Donuts & juice
        • BINGO & snack
        • Root beer floats
        • Decorate flying discs
        • Foam-bead bracelets & snack

Celebration Pictures

Celebration Pictures

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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Referral Free Celebrations
      • Quarterly (continued)
        • Dance & play with balloons, placemat craft, snack
        • Play in the “snow” (white balloons in the gym), pretzel snowflake snack, pipe cleaner/bead bracelets
        • Spring basket craft, snack, play on the playground with special equipment (bubbles, sidewalk chalk)
        • Bookmark craft, snack, play on playground with special equipment

Celebration Pictures

Celebration Pictures

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LONG-TERM/CELEBRATIONS

  • Pleasant Acres’ Acknowledgements/Rewards
    • Referral Free All Year Celebration
      • Movie theater trip
      • Movie in gym and popcorn
    • Fun Day in May
      • Last week or two of school
      • Celebrate the end of the year
      • Play games
      • Large inflatables (i.e., Bounce House, slides, etc.)
      • Cookout for lunch
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS/REWARDS FOR STAFF

    • Staff Store
      • Staff earn one blue staff SOAR ticket for every 20 student tickets they give out
      • Open Fridays from 3:20-3:50pm
      • Examples of items in Staff Store:
        • Snacks/drinks
        • Classroom decorations
        • Classroom supplies (Sharpies, magnet tape, etc.)
        • Break coupons (principal will cover for 15 min.)
        • Coupons/Gift cards to popular/requested places
        • Holiday decorations
        • Candles
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$$$

FOOD

$$$

PRIZES

ASSEMBLIES

HOW DO WE PAY

FOR ALL OF THIS?!?!

STAFF STORE

CELEBRATIONS

CRAFT SUPPLIES

$$$

$$$

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS/REWARDS FOR STAFF

    • District funds
    • Donations
      • It never hurts to ask! 
      • “Super stores” – Walmart, Meijer, Sam’s Club, etc.
      • Local businesses – banks, restaurants, grocery stores
      • Staff members - current and former
      • American Legion
      • PTO
    • PBIS Fundraiser

“Thank you IGA” Picture

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CELEBRATION/FUNDRAISER

    • PA PBIS Walk-a-thon 2009:
      • Walk This Way To a More Positive PA!
        • To raise money for PBIS
        • Raised over $4,000!
        • Very few expenses
        • All students walked
        • Students/staff earned rewards
        • Invited parents/guests to watch
        • Used SWIS data for staff “buy-in”

Walk-a-thon Pictures

Walk-a-thon Pictures

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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jamin Whitman, MSW

School Social Worker

[email protected]

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