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Mean/Aggressive Behavior Presentation. Hanover-Horton High School 2012-13 Breaker. Table Task. At your table and as a group, develop a list of the most common forms of immature/inappropriate behavior that you see in a typical day

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Mean aggressive behavior presentation

Mean/Aggressive Behavior Presentation

Hanover-Horton High School



Table task

Table Task

At your table and as a group, develop a list of the most common forms of immature/inappropriate behavior that you see in a typical day

Rank your list, starting with 1, from most observed to least observed

Why are these behaviors accepted?



Why this change?

Preserve safety for all students

Raise expectation for acceptable, mature behavior

Most students will not be affected by this new policy because you already do the right things and treat others respectfully

State of Michigan Law



Bullying – a form of aggression that is intentional, repeated, and involves an imbalance of power between the people involved. Bullying can take the form of a look, gesture, word, or action.

Mean/Aggressive Behavior – any (intentional or unintentional) mean look, gesture, word, or action that hurts a person’s body, feelings, friendships, reputation, or property.

Survey results

Survey Results

Recent survey taken last year

Results show areas of concerns

Validate the mean/aggressive behavior that exists in our school

Levels of behavior

Levels of Behavior

Level 1: Horseplay (goofing around, pushing, shoving, grabbing, tripping, jumping on). Rude gestures. Gossiping. Intimidating stares. Mean faces. Laughing at someone, not with someone. Distracting behavior directed at other students.

Level 2: Teasing behaviors that would hurt the feelings of others, include but not limited to: “just kidding” behaviors, laughing at someone, gossiping, insulting remarks, mimicking someone, spreading rumors, mean notes, taunting, playing mean tricks, name-calling, yelling at someone, staring at someone.

Behaviors cont

Behaviors cont.

Level 3: Moderate Intimidation: Planned exclusion, silent treatment, social alienation, emotional blackmail, electronic intimidation, retaliation, threatening to ruin friendships/reputation, mean prank (causing school-wide humiliation). Moderate Physical Contact/Horseplay that looks like aggression to onlookers (pushing, shoving, grabbing, tripping, jumping on, hitting, kicking, pulling hair, pinching, shouldering, play fighting, throwing objects at others in an attempt to hurt or control others). Obscene Gestures/Swearing: Directed at someone and appears aggressive in nature.

False Reporting of Aggressive Behavior

Behaviors cont1

Behaviors cont.

Level 4:

Refusal or Defiant Behavior Directed Towards an Adult (arguing, back talking, refusing to follow directions, using inappropriate language, walking away while staff is talking to the student). Threats: Vandalism/Graffiti/Minor Property Damage

Retaliation for Reporting

Behaviors cont2

Behaviors cont.

Level 5:


Severe Intimidation/Harassment/Threat: Includes racial, ethnic, sexual and/or religious. Severe Physical Contact: Punching, kicking, fighting, slapping, biting, spitting, and similar behaviors that are used to injure others. Stealing/Severe Property Damage

Examples of behavior

Examples of Behavior

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What level would this be?

New forms

New Forms

New Referral Form

One form for two different behavior systems

Student Report Form

Located in the office by the typewriter

Completed form gets placed in the drop box by the typewriter



15 Second Intervention

Time to Think Form

Silent Supervised Lunch (SSL)

SSLs will take the place of after-school suspensions for tardies

Late to SSL results in another SSL

ISS – a.m. or p.m.

Not all day anymore

Behavior Rubric explains consequence

Bystander effect

Bystander Effect

Everyone at some point has been an ineffective bystander

Hallways, lunch lines, lockers, etc.

The Bystander Effect – Experiment

Another Example of Poor Bystanders

How to be a good bystander

Where do we go from here

Where Do We Go From Here???

Acts of Heroism

Become Positive Bystander

You would want someone to help you

Become a civil and respectful member of society

Do the right thing and be a good kid…at all times!!!

Raise level of behavioral expectation in school culture

Questions misconceptions