Positive Behavior Support 2007-2008. W ell Prepared A lways Safe V alue Respect E ager to Learn. Positive Behavior Support Definitions. “Catch the Wave of Success” Student Behavior Expectations.
Well Prepared Students and staff come to school with what is needed to be successful. Dress for success, planners signed, materials, school –home communication, etc.
Always Safe Students and staff remain free of injury and danger.
Value Respect Students and staff behavior demonstrates care and concern for the feelings of others. Behaviors that encourage people to feel calm, safe, cooperative and friendly.
Eager to Learn Students and staff display a positive attitude that expands their ability to grow academically and socially.
Specific Setting Expectations
Procedure to Quiet Students
Give Me A
Eyes on speaker
Bulletin Board Procedure
Classroom teachers and staff members will have a plan to handle infractions that occur in the classroom or in the presence of the staff member. Students who repeat the infraction after interventions and in the course of the same day or week may receive a discipline referral. For younger students or students enrolled in ESE, additional consideration will be extended as appropriate due to age, level of maturity, intention, and/or extenuating circumstances.
Positive Behavior Support Log
RG-Referral to guidance RSP-Refer to School Psychologist PC-Parent Conference
VW-Verbal Warning BC-Behavioral Contract SC-Seat Change
RSW-Referral to Social Worker PH-Phone Home (neg/pos) LH-Letter Home
NP-Note in Planner AR-Alternative Room DR-Discipline Referral
Teachers may recommend up to 5 students each quin to receive the Orlo Vista WAVE Award. WAVE awards will be presented by the administration during the 2nd-5th grade Awards Program at the end of each nine weeks. The administration will visit all K-1 classrooms at the end of each nine weeks to present the awards.