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  1. Discipline and Attendance By: Shane Hubbard

  2. 9th Grade Discipline • 210 total referrals • Stage 2 • 57 flagrant and extreme insubordination • 35 exhibits disrespect towards others • 18 engages in mutual combat • Stage 1 • 22 insubordination • 17 non attendance

  3. 9th Grade Discipline • 9th grade discipline problems were the highest of any grade level • This to be expected because 9th graders are adjusting to the new environment and are not as mature as other grade levels • Set clear expectations and remember that they lack the social maturity at times that helps students to be successful

  4. 10th Grade Discipline • 202 total referrals • Stage 2 • 41 flagrant and extreme insubordination • 23 exhibits disrespect • 9 engages in mutual combat • Stage 1 • 74 insubordination • 19 skipping class

  5. 10th Grade Discipline • 10th grade teachers are reporting more stage one violations • 10th grade students are still maturing and many don’t realize that the choices they make are affecting them in the scale that they are • Continue to report stage one referrals because that is the system we use in order to make sure discipline is documented

  6. 11th Grade Discipline • 95 total referrals • Stage 2 • 23 flagrant and extreme insubordination • 21 exhibits disrespect • 5 threats/unwanted physical contact • Stage 1 • 16 skipping class • 7 insubordinaiton

  7. 11th Grade Discipline • 11th graders had the least amount of fights by grade level • 11th graders are showing the maturity necessary to avoid many situations that the lower grade levels do not • These 11th graders are going to be the seniors this year and we must do everything to ensure that they reduce the discipline problems even more

  8. 12th Grade Discipline • 56 total referrals • Stage 2 • 14 exhibits disrespect • 5 flagrant extreme insubordination • 1 engages in mutual combat • Stage 1 • 10 skipping • 3 inconsiderate behavior

  9. 12th Grade Discipline • 12th graders had the least amount of discipline problems of all grade levels • 12th graders main problem traditionally will be attendance so it is necessary to document attendance problems and make parent phone calls consistently to ensure that the problems are well known by all stakeholders

  10. PBIS Survey