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Building a Positive Culture Empowering Faculty and Students Lisa Milliken, Cheri Greenfield, Christopher Noll. Effective Schoolwide Discipline 2008 Implementers’ Forum. Turner Ashby High School. Grades 9-12/Ages 14-21 Rural/Suburban School Enrollment--1129 Ethnicity: White1014

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Effective schoolwide discipline 2008 implementers forum

Building a Positive CultureEmpowering Faculty and StudentsLisa Milliken, Cheri Greenfield, Christopher Noll

Effective Schoolwide Discipline2008 Implementers’ Forum


Turner ashby high school

Turner Ashby High School

  • Grades 9-12/Ages 14-21

  • Rural/Suburban School Enrollment--1129

    • Ethnicity:

      • White1014

      • Hispanic 92

      • Black 15

      • Asian/Pacific Islander 7

      • Native American 1

  • 23% of Students on free/reduced Lunch

  • 13% of Students receiving special education services


  • Effective schoolwide discipline 2008 implementers forum

    #1We Listened

    • Faculty survey/feedback

      • Cell phones, tardies, disrespect/disruptive behavior

      • Communication = consistency

    • Student survey/feedback

      • “Congratulate us for our great work.”

      • “Happier teachers”

      • Incentives for positive behaviors

      • “Can we have surveys about the teachers?”


    2 we looked at data

    #2We Looked at Data

    • 6 Focus Behaviors

      • Cell phones

      • Dress Code

      • Tardy to school

      • Disrespect


    3 we fixed what wasn t working

    #3 We Fixed What Wasn’t Working

    • New tardy policy

    • Clearly defined expectations

      • Movie

      • New discipline referral

      • Outlined responsibilities

        teacher vs. administrative


    What was working

    What was working?

    • Positive interactions between faculty and students


    Benchmarks of quality

    Benchmarks of Quality

    #7Faculty feedback

    #27 Rewards linked to expectations

    #28 Rewards varied

    #31 Student involvement

    #32 Staff/faculty incentives


    What we did

    What We Did

    • Positive Referral

    • 12 Days of Christmas

    • Karaoke Incentive

    • Cell Phone Poster Contest

    • Guitar Hero Incentive

    • Faculty Incentives

      [Pictures will be included in this slide]


    Outcomes

    Outcomes

    • Increased Positive Interactions

    • Data to support intervention

      • Faculty Surveys

    • Lessons learned

      • Need for recognition is universal.

      • Faculty involvement/buy-in is essential.

      • Top-tier (repeat offenders): exists with faculty as well as with students.


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