PBIS Secondary School Success Dundalk Middle School. Dundalk Middle School Baltimore County Public Schools. Tom Shouldice, Principal Brian Williams & Larisa Kamp- PBIS Chairs Mara Egorin- PBIS Coach 7400 Dunmanway, Baltimore, MD 21222 410-887-7018. Our Goal.
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Tom Shouldice, Principal
Brian Williams & Larisa Kamp- PBIS Chairs
Mara Egorin- PBIS Coach
7400 Dunmanway, Baltimore, MD 21222
Education’s Former Approach
We define ….. SR2
“We feel like we have a say about what goes on in the building and we have some of the power. The teachers know what to expect of us and we know what’s expected.” – Ben Hale, grade 6
Students of the Month
Academic Coach Class
Carnegie Algebra Program
Stocks in the Future
Frequent Parent Conferences
SLC – Student Learning Center
SST- Student Support Team
Green School Initiative
Check-in & Check-out
In-school suspensionSupport Programs
“Thanks to AVID, my notebook is more organized than ever before.”-Darien L, grade 6
“For 2 Hoots, I can each lunch with my girls.” Samantha, grade 8
“With our HOOTS, we are allowed to go outside for lunch.” –James K.
“We get to go to the school store and ‘buy’ stuff with our HOOTS.” – Michael M.
“When we are good in class, the teachers give us hoots that we can turn in for prizes.” – Greg G.
94% of DMS students participated this year
Teachers are given a pass to wear jeans in recognition for giving Hoots.
trophies given by teachers to teachers for their efforts and contributions
( 2 quarters)
394 471 197
167 310 53 (so far)
In school & out-of-school suspensions
1st 57 47
2nd 85 21
Referral Rate – per day
3.7 4.17 7.65 1.09 (so far)
Data shows that with the high mobility and ethnic changes last year, behavioral interventions increased significantly and MSA scores slightly decreased for previous year’s progress. During summer 2006, the DMS team worked to create interventions to address the rapidly changing demographics. Since these interventions were implemented this year, behavioral referrals have declined by 52% and suspensions have decreased 57% from the prior year.