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  1. PBS Data In-Depth Data Analysis

  2. In-Depth Data Analysis #1 Monthly Comparison of Top 4 Problem Behaviors Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  3. Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

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  7. Outcome of in-depth data analysis: • Dress code and tardies were targeted early in the school year due to the high number of ODR’s for these behaviors • A campaign to teach and re-teach expectations related to these behaviors were implemented including: • posters of examples & non examples of dress code rules • tickets awarded to students arriving on time to class (available to all students during scheduled school wide reward times • school wide television production was used teach appropriate dress • PBS event to reward all students with no dress-code in October • Booster session held in February at the change of semester for teachers • Additional incentives planned at end of the year in response to increased ODR’s in February at change of semester. • Team started a review of disrespect ODR’s by teacher to target classroom intervention next school year. Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  8. In-Depth Data Analysis #2 Teacher and Student PBS Survey Results

  9. TEACHER SURVEY RESULTS • 87 staff responded to the survey (81% of staff ) Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  10. STUDENT SURVEY RESULTS Student Suggestions for Incentives: Gas Card, Mall Gift Cards, Dance Party, Game Stop Gift Cards, Best Buy Gift Cards, IPad, Laptops Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  11. Data Driven Decisions Based on Surveys • Teacher Survey Results: • Need to increase classroom use of PBS tickets • Used feedback to increase reward opportunity for students • Booster session held for teachers re: rewarding behavior w/in the classroom. • Minor Tracking Sheet developed for next year w/suggested interventions for • minor problem classroom behavior to increase consistency in dealing • w/problem behavior • Student Survey Results: • Booster session held for teaching students the expectations • Increased the number of reward opportunities • Provided preferred items for school drawings • Provided feedback to teachers relating to teacher consistency in awarding • tickets. Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  12. In-Depth Data Analysis #3 Target: ESE Special Diploma Suspension Days • 28% of ESE students are on special diploma track • Same population is responsible for 46% of suspensions served by ESE • students (Sept – Jan) • Intervention to re-teach expectations • Teach social skills (ART/PEACE4KIDS) • Provide additional incentives using PBS tickets in special • diploma classrooms • Suspension for ESE special diploma students reduced to 23% of total • ESE suspension days

  13. In-Depth Data Analysis #4 Target: Classroom Implementation of PBS • Reviewed total number of referrals by staff • Targeted classrooms w/more than 30 ODRs • Sorted classroom data by type of offense (cell phone, dress code, tardy, disruption, disrespect, skipping) • Identified classrooms with excessive disruption & disrespect offenses for assistance w/classroom management for next school year

  14. Year End Comparison Data to previous year Presented to staff Monday, May 24th at Final Faculty Administrative Meeting for the school year

  15. PBS Comparison Data for the Past Two Years Data presented on 5/24/2010 Updated 6/7/10 referrals per 100 students: 165 Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  16. Data presented 5/254/10 Updated 6/7/10: ISS per 100 students: 5.8 Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  17. Data presented 5/24/10 Updated data 6/7/10: OSS days per 100 students 42.5 Making Responsible Choices Coming Prepared Having Respect Staying Safe

  18. PBS at MCHS Visibility, Political Support & Funding

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  20. Throughout the year, PBS community sponsors were recognized on the electronic marquee. Examples to follow.

  21. Visit the school’s PBS website http://mchs.sbmc.org/_STUDENTSERVICES/DEAN/index.html • You will find: • PBS Parent Flier • Link to video of News Channel 5 WPTV Coverage • Dress Code Rules • Some of the PBS Sponsors PBS Newsletter April 2010 Data Analysis Here is data from top four problems behaviors at our school: Cell phone use, tardies, dress code and disrespect/defiance. MCHS PBS Ice Cream Social March 19, 2010

  22. PBS Parent Flier in Spanish…