Welcome to SOLE Elementary PEBS Program. Positive Effective Behavior Support Mission Statement – The mission Statement of SOLE Elementary School is to educate all students and staff in the SOLE model. S – respect for Self
Positive Effective Behavior Support Mission Statement – The missionStatementof SOLE Elementary School is to educate all students and staff in the SOLE model.
S – respect for Self
O – respect for Others
L – respect for Learning
E – respect for Environment
from grades primary through six
S – Respect for Self
O – Respect for Others
L – Respect for Learning
E – Respect for Environment
Respect for Self, Others, Environment, & Learning ***PLEASE READ EVERY WEEK WITH YOUR CHILD***
· School Assembly / Rally – Students are acknowledged for their ‘good deeds’. The ‘Way to Go’ winners are selected and announced. The ‘Grade 6 Leadership Students, Golden Apple Award Winners, Respect T-Shirt Students, etc.’ are all also acknowledged.
· Prizes / Rewards - The ‘Prizes / Rewards’ for the Assemblies / Rallies are provided by various community agencies, businesses, fundraisers, etc.
Data will be gathered monthly, graphed, and shared during staff meetings;
Information will be sent home to parents; Tracking forms to re-evaluate goals, if necessary;
Used to determine who would be required for a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA).
The following is a list of some of the secondary interventions for students who have been referred to the office a number of times. These intervention plan strategies can also be used for students who require a tertiary intervention plan.
Behavioral Incident Tracking Form – This can be used to record information about the incident that can later be used to help develop a behavior intervention plan.
Group Counseling - This can be used with students who would benefit from this type of intervention.
Incentive Programs - This would help to provide a reinforcement / reward system for the student.
PEBS Home Notification Form – This can be used to provide home to school communication about the office referral of the student.
PEBS Student Reflection Form – This form has the student think and write about the incident.
School Plan of Action Form – This form has the student think of some suggestions as to how they can prevent this behavior from occurring in the future.
Restitution – to clean up / repair or pay
Suspension – Detention, in-school suspension, out of school suspension
Good Deed Duty – to participate in an extra ‘GoodDeed’ duty
Phone Call Home – Have the student call home to inform their parents of the incident
· Withdrawal of Privileges – The student doesn’t get to participate in an activity.
Explicit Teaching – This involves the ‘Explicit Teaching’ of appropriate behavior
· Involvement of PEBS Team – The ‘PEBS Team’ will be involved with the intervention plan for the student.
Phases of Behavior Guide
Phase 1 (*unless chronic)
These are examples of negative behaviors that are handled by the teacher or attending adult:
Teasing and/or derogatory remarks Inappropriate hallway behavior
Homework Talking out of turn
Pushing Inappropriate use of technology
Poor assembly behavior Disrespecting others
Inappropriate clothing Outside voices inside
Inconsiderate Lack of turn taking
Not following rules Not recycling
Drawing on school furniture/walls
Lying Going in school without permission
These are examples of negative behaviors that are handled initially by the attending adult, but are referred to administration:
Chronic Phase 1 Behaviors
Disrespecting Teacher’s personal Theft
space/desk Defacing school property
Repeatedly late OTHER …
These are examples of behaviors that are immediately referred to administration:
Physical Aggression Theft (serious)
Defiance Non-Emergency Fire Alarm/911
Vandalism Inappropriate internet sites
Inappropriate representation of school Bullying (repeated intent to
(i.e. field trips) hurt with words or actions)
Racial Harassment/misconduct Sexual Harassment/misconduct
* The intervention plans listed for the secondary preventions can also be used as strategies for the tertiary prevention plans.
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) – The student will be provided with a behavior support plan. Specific staff will be assigned responsibility for monitoring the student’s progress and success.
Referral to the Steps to Success Program
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