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Husky P.R.I.D.E. Hawfields Middle School Positive Behavior Intervention & Support. Today’s Agenda. 1) When should a student be sent to the office? 2) Review the PBIS Triangle 3) Targeted intervention 4) What changes are in store?. 5) Trip dates 6) Rewarding students. Going to the Office. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Husky P.R.I.D.E.Hawfields Middle School Positive Behavior Intervention & Support

  • Todays Agenda1) When should a student be sent to the office?2) Review the PBIS Triangle3) Targeted intervention4) What changes are in store?5) Trip dates6) Rewarding students

  • Going to the OfficeEach of you will be receiving an infraction that an actual ABSS student has committed. Some of you will have the same ones.Please read your infraction and decide whether this is something you would deal with in your classroom, or something you would send a student to the office for.

    If you believe the infraction is classroom managed, go stand in the back of the room.

  • Going to the OfficeIf you believe the infraction is office managed, stand in the front of the room

  • AllSomeFewThe PBIS Triangle

  • Targeting That 20%Phase II of PBIS implementation is focusing on interventions to use for the 20% of students who struggle meeting the PRIDE Expectation on a daily basis. We will be using our Intervention Period to target this group of students.So how will this work?

  • Targeting That 20%When a student receives his 8th signature, the teacher must fill out a Minor Incident Report (MIR) form and have that student review and sign it.Give the MIR to an administrator at some point THAT day. (We will not be sending the student to the office.)The administrator will assign the student to a day in PBIS Intervention.Here the student will be required to write a reflective essay based on the infractions.The student will then be required to get both the MIR and reflective essay signed by a parent or guardian.

  • Targeting That 20%When a student receives their 2nd MIR (16th signature), fill out the form, have the student sign it and send both the MIR and the student to the office.The administrator will then determine the proper consequences.

  • What Else Is NewThere will be no more folders!The infraction log is part of the students planner.Students will be responsible for their planners.There will be no more tickets!We will be using stamps to keep track of positive behavior in the planners.We will be using Google Docs to keep track of points.We will add up points during homeroom/first block on Monday.

  • HomeroomsDailyCheck to make sure each student has their planner.If a student does not have a planner make a note of it, and then hand them a backup folder. (More to come on planners.)On MondaysDuring homeroom/first block, look at each students planner and record the number of points each student has lost and make a record of it.If a student has 4 or more signatures last week, assign them grade level ASD.

  • HomeroomsBy FridayInput your homeroom students data into Google Docs. (I would recommend just using Google Docs on Monday since you have to record the info anyway.)Administration will be checking Google Docs every Friday (after 3:00) to make sure each teacher has input the data.

  • PlannersPlanners contain a lot of important elementsAssignmentsHall PassesPBIS Infraction LogsPBIS Stamp RewardsParent-teacher communicationIt is more important than ever that each student has their planner with them at all times (inside and outside of the classroom).

  • PlannersStudents should not leave your class without their planner or back up folder (given by the homeroom teacher).If a student does not have a planner after homeroom, the student should go back to the last class they had to get it. (I would make a note of it on a class roster.)If a student says they didnt have one today (and doesnt have a back up folder) that student needs to get a folder from their homeroom teacher.

  • Planner ConsequencesForgottenFirst/Second offence lose all points for the day, homeroom teacher gives 1 signature for not being prepared. (Homeroom teachers need to make a note of this.)Third offence Same as first/second offence. Homeroom teacher fills out MIR form and gives it to an administrator. The administrator will assign the student to Organization Intervention.

  • Planner ConsequencesLostFirst/Second offence lose all points for the day, homeroom teacher gives 1 signature for not being prepared. (Homeroom teachers need to make a note of this.) All accumulated stamps lost. Student must purchase a new planner for $3. See admin if there is a money issue.Third offence Same as first/second offence. Homeroom teacher fills out MIR form and gives it to an administrator. The administrator will assign the student to Organization Intervention.

  • PBIS Trip DatesSeptember 15th (Dance during electives)November 12th (Trips)February 4th (Trips)April 15th (est.) (Durham Bulls Trip)

    June 9th (Mega Party)

  • Rewarding Students BehaviorsThis was a struggle last year.Rewards do not have to have any monetary costHere are some ideas that students had last yearSit where you want in classFree timeOutside timeSit with a friend at lunchHomework passPicnic lunch outside

  • Rewarding Students BehaviorsThere will be three types of rewards a student can use their stamps onSchool wide rewardGrade level/Team rewardClassroom rewardThese are the rewards that the PBIS team will offer (possibly with help from others)Hat Day (1 day a quarter)Lunch outside in the learning areaMorning basketball (1 day a week)Discount ticket dance or trip

  • Rewarding Students BehaviorsWhat the PBIS Team needs from you.Come up with a list of 3 to 5 rewards that students can receive in your class before you leave the meeting.Post this list in your room so every student knows.Get together with your team and/or grade level and brainstorm whole team/grade reward possibilities.

  • Who are the members of the PBIS team and who do I see if I need help, or have questions or concerns?6th Grade Brent Philipson7th Grade Jim Worcester/Ashley Risinger8th Grade Suzanne SimpsonElectives Jennifer BeddingfieldEC Patricia Winslow (or your grades contact person)Office Staff Amy Walker, Matt Haley or Meg Lyles

    *NOTICE GREEN GOES IS FOR ALL*