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Team building you are unique
Team Building: “You Are Unique”

  • Pick a doll cut-out that reflects you.

  • Create the doll cut-out to represent you by dressing the doll to represent your uniqueness.

  • Draw on clothing, hair, etc.

  • Please be tactful as the doll will be placed on a bulletin board for all to see, by the main office. 

Sms positive behavior support 2009 2010
SMS Positive Behavior Support2009-2010

Committee Members

Katrina Boykin

Jennifer Hill

Alicia Leach

Lynnie Montgomery

Anita Moore

Donna Odum

La’Chandra Chance-Parker

Heather Rose

Amy Searcy

What is school wide positive behavior support
What is School-Wide Positive Behavior Support?

  • School-wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) is a proactive approach based on a three-tiered model (universal, secondary, and individualized) of prevention and intervention aimed at creating safe and effective schools. Emphasis is placed on teaching and reinforcing important social skills and data-based problem-solving to address existing behavior concerns.

  • SWPBS fosters positive school environments so that “all students” most particularly students with disabilities, can be successfully included within general education programs. 

  • PBS Tiers of Intervention

Implementing procedures rules and incentives

PBS In Action At SMS

Implementing Procedures, Rules and Incentives

Morning afternoon procedures
Morning/Afternoon Procedures

  • Morning: 8:05am announcements made to dismiss 1st group of students (girls)

  • 8:10am 2nd group dismissed (boys)

  • 7th graders report to cafeteria, 6th & 8th report to gym.

  • Please have a bell ringer activity/assignment for students upon entering your classroom.

  • Afternoon: 3:10 announcements will be made, all students should be in their classrooms.

  • 3:15 dismissal will begin for all students, by grade level

  • Students are not allowed in the building, once departure, unless agenda is signed by teacher.

Bus car rider stations
Bus & Car Rider Stations

  • Teachers on Duty: arrive on time 7:45am and 3:10pm.

  • Student Behavior-maintain order car riders should be seated on benches.

Building procedures
Building Procedures

  • Bathrooms (passes established by SIT)

  • Hallways

  • Cafeteria

  • Assembly

  • Media Center

Building procedures cont d
Building Procedures Cont’d.

  • Guidance

  • SBAT

  • Structured Day

  • Alternative

Student incentives
Student Incentives

  • Darkhorse Bucks Dark Horse Buck

  • School Store

  • Weekly drawings

  • 9 week drawings

  • Assemblies Teacher _________Student _________

Team work
Team Work

  • Although PBS is a committee of 8 people, in order for it to be properly implemented we need the support of all staff members in the building. Remember to Be a Horse:

    Be Honest

    Be Orderly

    Be Respectful

    Be Safe

    Be Engaged

    Always be positive our children are looking at you!!

We look forward to having a positive school year

We look forward to having a positive school year!

SMS Positive Behavior Support


Presentation Developed by: L. Chance-Parker

A. Leach