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MANASSAS HIGH SCHOOL Blue Ribbon Plan 2006-2007. 781 FIRESTONE BLVD. MEMPHIS, TN. 38107 “ Home of the Tigers”. Guiding Principles Vision Mission Philosophy Statement Goals and Objectives BR Discipline committee worksheet BR Discipline committee Meeting Schedule School Rules BR Pledge

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Manassas high school blue ribbon plan 2006 2007

MANASSAS HIGH SCHOOLBlue Ribbon Plan2006-2007

781 FIRESTONE BLVD.

MEMPHIS, TN. 38107

“ Home of the Tigers”


Table of content

Guiding Principles

Vision

Mission

Philosophy Statement

Goals and Objectives

BR Discipline committee worksheet

BR Discipline committee

Meeting Schedule

School Rules

BR Pledge

School Procedures

Classroom Procedures

School Wide Incentives

Teacher Incentives

Resources for Incentives

Flow chart for Problem Behavior

Character Education

Harassment and Bullying Prevention

School Safety Plan

Monitoring Process

Action Steps

Prevention Model

Intervention Plan

In-School Suspension Plan

Evaluation

Tertiary Interventions

Results

Tertiary Graph

Celebration

Conclusion

Table of Content


Guiding principles

Guiding Principles

BELIEFS…

Administration, faculty, and staff will promote those standards necessary to guarantee student success, academically and socially.

Students, through behavior modification and concentrated learning, will achieve and become respected members of the Manassas High School family.

SCHOOL CHARACTER POINTS

Although a large percentage of Manassas students are from low socio-economic backgrounds, they are inherently good and caring.

Teachers must understand what many of our students go through everyday and be understanding of these problems.

VALUES

Teachers must create an environment in the classroom that is physically comfortable, emotionally supportive, and conducive to the learning process.


Vision

Vision

Manassas High School envisions a learning environment with an

alliance of school personnel, parents and community working to

provide a quality educational experience for students that

emphasizes high-level achievement, lifelong learning, and

responsible citizenship.


Mission

Mission

The mission of Manassas High School is to provide a safe environment where

quality, innovation, and high standards are emphasized to produce students

who excel academically and socially. By mastering all academic content and

assessments, students will be prepared to meet the expectations of institutions

of higher learning as well as employment demands.


Philosophy statement

Philosophy Statement

  • It is our philosophy that each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, intellectual and emotional needs.

  • Learning by these students is best facilitated in an environment that is comfortable and safe.

  • Through the influence of a respectful faculty and staff, behavioral modifications in our students may be achieved. Through these modifications, our students can become lifelong learners, productive members of the workforce, and successful members of society.

  • RESPONSIBILITY + RESPECT = RESULTS


Goals and or objectives

Goals and/or Objectives

  • TO DECREASE SUSPENSIONS 20%

  • TO DECREASE REFERRALS 25%

  • TO INCREASE ATTENDANCE 15%

  • TO REDUCE FIGHTING 10%


Mcs blue ribbon discipline committee worksheet 2006 07

MCS Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee Worksheet2006-07

Name of School:

_Manassas High School__

Blue Ribbon Discipline

Committee is representative

of the school faculty and

includes an administrator.

Fill in the names of committee

members and designate a Team

Leader (TL)

*Indicates members mandated by MEA contract


Meeting schedule

Meeting Schedule


School rules

School Rules

  • ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENT BODY SHOULD RESPECT AND FOLLOW ALL PROCEEDURES LISTED IN THE HANDBOOK.

  • STUDENTS SHOULD SHOW RESPECT TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY AND STAFF.

  • ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY, AND STAFF SHOULD SHOW RESPECT TO ALL STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND SCHOOL VISITORS.

  • RESPECT FOR PERSONAL AND SCHOOL PROPERTY IS EXPECTED OF ALL.

    RESPECT


Blue ribbon pledge

BLUE RIBBON PLEDGE

  • Remember the future is our responsibility.

  • Involve yourself in a child’s life.

  • Be a positive role model.

  • Build relationships.

  • Offer support.

  • Never expect mediocrity


School procedures

SCHOOL PROCEDURES

ENTERING SCHOOL(MORNING)..ENTER THROUGH THE SIDE DOOR NEAR THE CAFETERIA. NO STUDENTS IN THE HALLS BEFORE SCHOOL. TEACHER WILL BE ON DUTY POSTS BEFORE 7:25 BELL. TEACHERS WILL ISSUE PLEASANT GREETINGS AS STUDENTS ENTER SCHOOL

CLOSING OF SCHOOL(AFTERNOON)..TEACHERS WILL BE AT THE DOOR ISSUING PLEASANT SENDOFFS. SELECT TEACHERS WILL ASSUME DUTY POSTS INSIDE THE BUILDING AS WELL AS OUTSIDE. ALL EXTERIOR DOORS WILL BE LOCKED AT 2:30 PM

PASSING OF CLASSES…. 5 MINUTES(INCLUDES LOCKER/RESTROOM). TEACHERS WILL BE AT THEIR DOORS TO GREET STUDENTS AND TO MONITOR THE HALLS. STUDENTS SHOULD STAY TO THE RIGHT WHILE IN THE HALLS. NO LOITERING IN THE HALLS.

LUNCHROOM…ALL STUDENTS ARE TO BE IN THE CAFETERIA.NO STUDENTS ARE TO LEAVE CAMPUS AT LUNCH…NO FOOD IS TO BE REMOVED FROM THE CAFETERIA. NO HORSEPLAY WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE CAFETERIA.

ASSEMBLIES…TEACHERS WILL BE ASSIGNED DESIGNATED SEATING AREAS IN THE GYM..STUDENTS WILL SIT WITH THEIR TEACHER. TEACHERS WILL TAKE ROLL AND MONITOR BEHAVIOR.

DRILLS…FOLLOW DIRECTIVES LISTED IN HANDBOOK. TEACHERS SHOULD HAVE ROLL BOOKS AND CALL ROLL AT THE DESIGNATED ASSEMBLY AREA.

REFERRALS..REFERRALS MUST BE COMPLETE AND ON OFFICIAL FORM..OFFICE SHOULD BE NOTIFIED BEFORE STUDENT IS SENT. DO NOT BRING STUDENTS TO THE OFFICE. NO “PAST TENSE” REFERRALS. REFERRALS SHOULD BE MADE FOR BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS ONLY.


Classroom procedures

Classroom Procedures

SCHOOL-WIDE CLASSROOM PROCEDURES..

  • ALL STUDENTS SHOULD COME TO CLASS ON TIME, BE PREPARED FOR CLASS, AND BE SEATED QUICKLY ONCE ENTERING THE CLASSROOM. EXCESSIVE CLASS TARDIES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO THE OFFICE.

  • NO HALL PASSES EXIST. IF A STUDENT IS SENT FROM THE CLASSROOM, THE OFFICE MUST BE NOTIFIED.

  • IN THE CLASSROOM, STUDENTS SHOULD REMAIN IN THEIR SEATS UNLESS PERMISSION OR INSTRUCTION TO DO OTHERWISE IS GRANTED.

  • COOPERATIVE GROUP WORK SHOULD NOT BECOME GROUP PLAY TIME. TEACHERS SHOULD CAREFULLY MONITOR THIS ACTIVITY.

  • HOMEWORK SHOULD BE TURNED IN TO THE TEACHER, CHECKED, AND RETURNED IN A TIMELY MANNER.

  • STUDENTS SHOULD BE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN READING AND WRITING ASSIGNMENTS AS IT PERTAINS TO THAT PARTICULAR SUBJECT . STUDENTS SHOULD ALSO BE INVOLVED IN GATEWAY CURRICULUM STANDARDS IN ALL CLASSES


School wide incentives

School Wide Incentives

  • On a weekly bases, we offer Jean Day

  • Athletic Tickets

  • Pizza Hut Coupons

  • Trust Pay

  • Bowling Day

  • Movie Passes

  • Field Trips


Teacher incentives

Teacher Incentives

  • Complimentary Athletic Tickets

  • Special Departmental Recognition

  • Birthday Recognition

  • Special acknowledgement of Cafeteria and Custodial staff

  • Teacher Acknowledgement ( least tardy, Teacher Award, )

  • Try to have a comfortable, clean, and cheerful area that will serve as a teacher lounge for study, relaxation and work preparation.


Resources for incentives

Resources for Incentives

  • Adopters

  • Community agencies & businesses

  • Restaurants

  • Fundraisers

  • Churches

  • Parent organizations

  • Manassas Alumni


General procedure for dealing with problem behaviors

General Procedure for Dealing with Problem Behaviors

Observe problem

behavior

Is

behavior

major?

Find a place to talk with student(s)

NO

YES

Ensure safety

Problem solve

Write referral &

Escort student to office

Problem solve

Determine

consequence

Determine

consequence

Follow procedure

documented

Follow

documented

procedure

NO

YES

Does

student

have 3?

Follow

through with

consequences

File necessary

documentation

Send

referral to

office

File necessary

documentation

Follow up

with student

within a

week


Character education

Character Education

CHARACTER EDUCATION IS SUPPORTED AT MANASSAS THROUGH THE FOLLOWING:

  • LIFETIME WELLNESS THROUGH THE ROTC PROGRAM

  • CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

  • ATHLETICS

  • PARENT/FAMILY COUNSELORS

  • GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT SERVICES

  • CURRICULUM

  • ADOPTORS

  • TEACHERS


Harassment and bullying prevention

Harassment and Bullying Prevention

  • Annual harassment training will be done with faculty on Oct. 18, 2006

  • Training with faculty regarding prevention including defining bullying/intimidation, recognizing early stages, providing strategies for addressing these behaviors.


School safety plan

School Safety Plan

MANASSAS HAS A SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN WHICH COVERS PROCEEDURES, DRILLS, AND EVACUATION SITES. THE PLAN IS REVIEWED AND EDITED ON A YEARLY BASIS. COPIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE OFFICE.


Monitoring process

Monitoring Process

TO ACT ON SPECIAL CASES INVOLVING STUDENT BEHAVIOR, AN S-TEAM WILL BE DEVELOPED. THE S-TEAM WILL CONSIST OF AN ADMINISTRATOR, COUNSELOR, BEHAVIORAL TEAM, AND TEACHERS WITH AN INTEREST IN THE PARTICULAR CASE.

STUDENT PROGRESS WILL BE MEASURED BY THE FOLLOWING:

  • DEFICIENCY NOTICES

  • REPORT CARDS

  • LAUNCH SMART*

  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  • DISTRICT AND STATE REPORTS

    *STATISTICAL DATA KEPT WEEKLY ON BEHAVIOR AND ATTENDANCE.


Action steps

Action Steps

  • Peaceable Schools

  • Utilization of the Behavior Intervention Manual in conflict resolution.

  • Teacher-Student Mentoring

  • Student-Student Mentoring

  • S-Team intervention


Prevention model

Prevention Model

  • PEACEABLE SCHOOLS

  • SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM

  • MENDEZ APPROACH

  • FLIPPEN MODEL

  • Midtown Mental Health


Intervention plan

INTERVENTION PLAN


Program elements

PROGRAM ELEMENTS

USE OF THESE PROGRAMS

MENDEZ

FIGHT FREE DAYS

FLIPPEN APPROACH

POSTERS

REWARDS


In school suspension plan

In-School Suspension Plan

  • UTILIZATION OF ISS TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF OUT OF SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS, THUS HELPING TO INCREASE ADA AND ASSURING THAT STUDENTS HAVE A CHANCE TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS THAT THEY MAY HAVE MISSED THROUGH OSS.

  • TEACHERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPLYING ASSIGNMENTS.

  • USE OF GATEWAY, WRITING ASSESSMENT, AND END OF COURSE TEST MATERIALS IN THE ISS CLASSROOM

  • ASSIGNMENT TO ISS WILL BE MADE BY ADMINISTRATORS ONLY. THE PURPOSE IS NOT TO BE A DUMPING GROUND.

  • FILES WILL BE DEVELOPED/EDITED EACH TIME A STUDENT IS ISSUED ISS.

  • DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN ISS WILL RESULT IN ADDITIONAL TIME, PARENT CONTACT, OR POSSIBLE HOME SUSPENSION. CHRONIC DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN ISS WILL RESULT IN DISTRICT-WIDE INTERVENTION

  • STUDENTS WILL SERVE ALL TIME ISSUED TO ISS. NO EXCUSES FOR ABSENCE.

  • BEFORE A STUDENT IS RETURNED THE GENERAL STUDENTPOPULATION, HE/SHE MUST WRITE ABOUT HIS/HER BEHAVIOR AND HOW IT WILL BE DEALT WITH IN THE FUTURE.


Evaluation

Evaluation

Evaluations will be made weekly, at the end of each six weeks period, and at the end of each semester. Evaluations will be made on the number of behavioral incidents that have been logged into SMS.


Tertiary interventions

Tertiary Interventions

  • By using the Disciplinary Referral Forms we track the continuous behavior problems.We set up a S-Team meeting and then after the Behavior Assessment an intervention plan is composed.

  • At this time Manassas has ten plans at hand.

  • The students report to the teacher involved in their behavior plan everyday.


Results

Results

  • So far we have met most of our school wide goals.

  • The fights are down, the referrals have decreased.

  • This page is still under construction


Green zone 0 1 yellow zone 2 5 red zone 6 office referrals

Green zone 0 – 1, yellow zone 2 – 5, red zone 6+ office referrals

CONTINUUM OF

SCHOOL-WIDE

INSTRUCTIONAL &

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR

SUPPORT

Tertiary Prevention:

Specialized

Individualized

Systems for Students with High-Risk Behavior

%

Secondary Prevention:

Specialized Group

Systems for Students with At-Risk Behavior

%

Primary Prevention:

School-/Classroom-

Wide Systems for

All Students,

Staff, & Settings

% of Students


Celebration

Celebration

  • The students will get a jean day for fight free.

  • Six week field trip for Honor Roll

  • The Alumni donates transportation to sporting events for good behavior


Conclusion

Conclusion

Through the group effort of teachers, students, and parents, a more productive school year can be expected.

The remarkable thing is, we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past…We cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude

-Charles Swindoll


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