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P. R. I. D. E. Arundel High School. Arundel High School. “Smarter not Harder”. Working together to create a positive environment…. Introductions. Team Leader: Lisa Sigmon Sheila Brooks, Sarah Poole, Pat Cain-Hagan, Kristin Carroll, Tim Guy, Marla McMullen

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Arundel High School

Arundel High School

“Smarter not Harder”

Working together to create a positive environment…

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Introductions

  • Team Leader: Lisa Sigmon
    • Sheila Brooks, Sarah Poole, Pat Cain-Hagan, Kristin Carroll, Tim Guy, Marla McMullen
  • Administrative Liaison: Merlene Clarke
  • Principal: Sharon Stratton
  • Presenter: Tim Guy
  • Arundel High School
    • Enrollment: 1995 students, 9th-12th grade
        • 1001 Annapolis Road
        • Gambrills, MD 21054
        • (410)-674-6500
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The Old Way

  • Teachers
    • Inconsistent consequences
    • Minor Incidents not reported
    • Implementing multiple character education programs
  • Administration
    • Time consumed with referrals
    • Unaware of minor Incidents
    • Only see problem students
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The Old Way

  • Problem Students
    • Unaware of expectations
    • Focus of teacher attention
    • Losing time in class
    • Detention -> Referral System
    • Suspension/Expulsion
  • Majority of Students
    • Little interaction with staff
    • Not recognized for positive behavior
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First Look at PBIS

  • Focus on Positive Reinforcement
  • Data Analysis
    • Referrals
    • Minor Incidents
  • Consolidates Character Education Programs
  • Improves Consistency of Consequences
  • Increases Awareness of Behavior
  • Resources Provided to Model Program
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Planning the Program

  • Team
    • Teachers, Administrator, Guidance Counselor, and School Psychologist
  • Acronym
    • PRIDE
      • Positive
      • Responsible
      • Involved
      • Diligent
      • Efficient
  • General Expectations Within Each Category
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Planning the Program

  • The Matrix
    • Organized by area and expected behavior
    • States expectations, not negative behaviors
    • Consolidated:
      • County code of conduct
      • Current character education programs
    • Clear concise wording
    • Written in student language
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Improving Consistency

  • County Code of Conduct
    • Classroom vs. office managed behaviors
    • Levels of consequences
    • Aligned with PBIS
  • Flowchart
    • Improved practicality of Code of Conduct
    • Outlines management procedures
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Minor Incident Reports

  • Overall Design
    • Smaller than referral
    • In triplicate
    • Replaced Detention Forms
  • Pre-Referral Documented Step
  • Flexible Consequences
    • Ex: Detention, reflection, parent signature, etc.
  • Administrative Intervention Before Referral
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Proof of PRIDE

  • Purpose
    • Encourage positive behavior
    • Increase student teacher interaction
    • Improve school climate
  • Deposited in cafeteria
    • Weekly/Monthly/Semester drawings
  • Issuing Teacher Recognized
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Faculty Onboard

  • Faculty In-service
    • 90 minute presentation
    • Premise
    • Tools
    • Modeling
  • Presented as “Smarter not Harder”
  • Faculty Extremely Supportive
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Rollout

  • December 2004
  • Lessons to Students in 1st Period Classes
    • Introduced tools
    • Explained expectations (Poster)
    • Interactive demonstrations
  • Pride Matrix
    • Teachers presented expected behaviors for their class
    • Matrices were checked for completeness in 1st period
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Data Monitoring

  • School Wide Information System (SWIS)
    • MIR’s and Referrals entered
    • Faculty presented with results at faculty meetings
    • Problem areas addressed
    • Problem students identified
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So Far…

  • Data Entry Issues
  • Upper Classmen
  • Procuring Funds and Donations
  • 8,000 Bucks distributed
  • All Staff Utilizing MIR’s
  • Reduction in Referrals (1660 to 1495)
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Future of Pride

  • Pride Store
  • Posters of Expectations by Area
  • Faculty Recognitions
  • Students/Parents on the Team
  • New Teacher, Staff and Substitute Training
  • Creating an Overall Positive Environment
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Questions?

Questions?