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1 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Bonnie Osborne, Allison Friedrich, & Laura Edwards

2 Agenda PBIS Overview PBIS Behavior Matrix and T-Chart Lessons Tickets School Events Quarterly Incentives Up and Coming Needs Assessment Special thanks to the amazing PBIS Green Team!

3 What is PBIS? proactive systems Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive systems approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success. District-wide initiative 3

4 Tier 3/Tertiary Interventions 1-5% Individual students Assessment-based High intensity 1-5%Tier 3/Tertiary Interventions Individual students Assessment-based Intense, durable procedures Tier 2/Secondary Interventions 5-15% Some students (at-risk) High efficiency Rapid response Small group interventions Some individualizing 5-15%Tier 2/Secondary Interventions Some students (at-risk) High efficiency Rapid response Small group interventions Some individualizing Tier 1/Universal Interventions 80-90% All students Preventive, proactive 80-90%Tier 1/Universal Interventions All settings, all students Preventive, proactive School-Wide Systems for Student Success: A Response to Intervention (RtI) Model Academic SystemsBehavioral Systems Illinois PBIS Network, Revised May 15, Adapted from What is school-wide PBS? OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. Accessed at

5 Levels and Descriptions of Behavior Support LEVELDESCRIPTION 1. School-wide (Tier 1) Procedures and processes intended for all students, staff, in specific settings and across campus 2. Classroom (Tier 1) Processes and procedures that reflect school- wide expectations for student behavior coupled with pre-planned strategies applied within classrooms 3. Target Group (Tier 2) Process and procedures designed to address behavioral issues of groups of students with similar behavior problems or behaviors that seem to occur for the same reasons (i.e. attention seeking, escape) 3. Individual-Student (Tier 2 & 3) Processes and procedures reflect school-wide expectations for student behavior coupled with team-based strategies to address problematic behaviors of individual students Adapted from Levels and Descriptions of Behavior Support Peshak-George, Harrower, & Knoster, in press)

6 SYSTEMS PRACTICES DATA Supporting Staff Behavior Supporting Student Behavior OUTCOMES Supporting Social Competence & Academic Achievement Supporting Decision Making 4 PBIS Elements

7 5 School Wide Practices of PBIS Define 3-5 Simple School-wide Expectations (Heart of a BARB) Teach Behaviors identified in Matrix Remind Clear In-the-Moment Reminders (common language) Acknowledgements Daily recognition – not currently in place (4:1ratio) Weekly/quarterly grade-level/whole school celebrations (like Dodgeball) Reteach Classroom procedure for minor problem behaviors Office Discipline Referral for major problem behaviors Pre-correct often

8 1. Common purpose & approach to discipline 2. Clear set of positive expectations & behaviors 3. Procedures for teaching expected behavior 4. Continuum of procedures for encouraging expected behavior 5. Continuum of procedures for discouraging inappropriate behavior 6. Procedures for on-going monitoring & evaluation School-wide Systems

9 Alli What does it mean to be a BARB… Be Responsible Achieve Academically Respect Self & Others Be Proud School-Wide *Use electronic devices for academic purposes *Respect school property *Maintain a drug-free campus *Follow dress code *Update and check agenda regularly *Be considerate when others are talking *Use kind words and voice *Follow directions given by staff *Know and follow all school expectations *Have high expectations of learning *Refrain from PDA In the Classroom *Be on time *Bring necessary supplies *Ask for make-up work when absent *Strive for perfect attendance *Do homework *Turn work in on time *Ask questions *Strive for excellence *Stay awake and on task *Keep body parts to yourself *Treat others as you would like to be treated *Listen when the teacher is talking *Follow all staff directions *Dress appropriately *Respect others space and belongings *Participate in special events In the Hallways *Pick up after self *Keep to the right *Keep moving *Be on time *Use appropriate language *Refrain from PDA *Respect others space *Respect others property In the Bathroom *Use facility for designated purpose only *Have agenda for a pass *Keep facility clean *Wash hands *Return to class promptly *Respect others space *Respect others property *Respect school property *Use trash cans and flush toilets *Inform staff if something is out of order *Thank the teacher for allowing you to go during class time In the Commons and at Lunch *Eat food at tables only *Place garbage in trash cans *Be on time *Eat nutritious food *Respect school property *Respect others space *Use appropriate language *Use appropriate table manners In the Parking Lot *Follow all parking guidelines *Exit campus at proper locations *Place garbage in trash cans *Take homework with you *Drive slowly and safely *Use appropriate language *Follow adult directions *Retain driving privileges by following all rules At School Events *Use appropriate language *Be polite *Follow adult directions *Be cooperative *Celebrate successes of all participants *Be on time *Pay attention *Leave when event ends *Put cell phones on silent *Cheer when appropriate *Encourage others During Emergency Situations *Follow directions given by staff and emergency personnel *Stay calm and listen *Be aware of emergency exits within the building *Return to class promptly following the drill or actual emergency situation *Use appropriate language *Keep body parts to yourself *Treat others as you want to be treated *Put cell phones away *Represent DHS in a positive manner *Report suspicious behavior to staff members PBIS Heart of a Barb Behavior Matrix

10 T-Chart Staff Managed Behavior Homework and learning materials Off-task behaviors Talking Dishonesty Drinks/food/gum Public display of affection Recording absences and tardies in skyward Unacceptable Language Minor defiance/disrespect/ insubordination/noncompliance Technology violation Minor property damage/misuse/vandalism Office Managed Behavior Weapons Pattern of insubordination Drugs/alcohol/tobacco Major vandalism Theft Consequences for tardies and absences Major defiance/disrespect /insubordination/noncompliance Threats to students or staff Parking violations Gang activity Fighting Dress code Bullying Any pattern of behavior that has become disruptive to the classroom despite classroom interventions Be Responsible Achieve Academically Respect Self & Others Be Proud Whos Responsible?

11 Lessons For each quarter of the school year there will be two to three PBIS lessons taught by teachers in FLEX Lesson plans will be developed by the PBIS Green Team Lessons will be approximately 5 minutes with a specific day pre-identified for teaching the lesson Lessons (electronic and paper) will be provided to staff during one of our monthly faculty meetings each quarter Posters incorporating the lesson topic will be posted throughout the school and available electronically for teachers to post in their classrooms

12 Lessons Quarter 1: Be Responsible (next slide) Quarter 2: Achieve Academically Homework completion Practice Makes Perfect Stay awake and on task You Snooze you Lose Progress monitoring (different from grade level to grade level) Check Yourself (Before You Wreck Yourself) Quarter 3: Respect Self & Others Quarter 4: Be Proud

13 Lessons Quarter 1: Be Responsible September 3 rd : Proper/appropriate technology use Cyber Citizenship Lesson Plan Cybercitizenship Poster September 3 rd : Dress code Dress for Success Lesson Plan Dress for Success Poster September 3 rd : Tardies Two Feet in the Door Lesson Plan Two Feet in the Door Poster

14 PBIS Tickets What are they? Tickets that can be given by teachers to all students for following school-wide expectations (Heart of a Barb PBIS Behavior Matrix) When do you give them? Tickets can be given any time of the day, any day of the week, throughout the entire year How do you use it to motivate students? Rewarding positive behavior with praise!! Rewarding positive behavior with incentives earned (see next slide) Heart of a BARB Winner! Name________________ _____________________ Lunch Hour_________

15 PBIS Tickets Monthly Acknowledgements Students are only allowed to redeem one ticket for the monthly rewards School store will be opened at end of school day October 1 st = Heart of a Barb Pencils-Heart of a Barb November 5 th = Mix of Candy December 3 rd = Candy Canes January 7 th = Smarties February 4 th = Valentines Day Cookies March 4 th = Nutty Bars April 1 st = Fortune Cookies May 6 th = May Flower Cookies

16 Positive Referral Tickets Heart of a Barb PBIS Positive Student Referral Tickets: Staff Referrals for Students What are they? Staff members complete a ticket for a student who went above and beyond to exemplify school-wide expectations (Heart of a Barb PBIS Behavior Matrix) How do I get them? Tickets are provided in your folder Extra tickets will be provided in Allison Friedrichs office (Student Services area) Where do we turn them in? Box available for nominations will be housed in Allison Friedrichs office Tickets can be turned into Allison or Bonnies mailbox or given to them directly What happens with the tickets? Deans will go to the classroom and hand out the ticket to the student **BONUS: Tickets will be entered in monthly drawing for VIP Parking for staff and duty free/flex free days for staff**

17 Positive Referral Tickets

18 Staff Recognition Tickets: Staff Referrals for Staff What are they? Staff members complete a ticket for another staff member who went above and beyond to exemplify school-wide expectations (Heart of a Barb PBIS Behavior Matrix) How do I get them? Tickets are provided in your folder Extra tickets will be provided in Allison Friedrichs office (Student Services area) Where do we turn them in? Box available for nominations will be housed in Allison Friedrichs office Tickets can be turned into Allison or Bonnies mailbox or given to them directly What happens with the tickets? You will receive a surprise reward in your mailbox Recognition at staff meeting

19 Positive Referral Tickets

20 School Events-Special Tickets Second Quarter Movie Event-select group event Each teacher gets 3 tickets Criteria: Sustained excellence or improvement Movie picked by students (vote in FLEX or lunch) March Movie Night Event-whole school event Criteria: N/A-all students Snack bar in Commons Movie picked by students (vote in FLEX or lunch) Third Quarter Movie Event-select group event Each teacher gets 3 tickets Criteria: Sustained excellence or improvement Movie picked by students (vote in FLEX or lunch) End of Year Event (TENATIVE)-whole school event Last day of school Criteria: N/A-All students, with behavioral tiers for students earning rewards Outdoor games and movies

21 Quarterly Incentives/Raffles First Quarter Raffle Criteria: All student who have no tardies, no dress code violations, and no tech violation referrals will be entered into a raffle Reward: Kindle Fires (1 freshman, 1 sophomore, 1 junior, 1 senior) September 26 th Second Quarter Raffle Criteria: All students who have As and Bs in all classes get entered into a raffle Reward: Barb Care Package (1 freshman, 1 sophomore, 1 junior, 1 senior) Third Quarter Raffle Criteria: All students who have had no referrals for insubordination get entered into a raffle Reward: Names will be drawn and 40 students will get to eat pizza with the deans during 12 th period (10 students from each class)

22 Up and Coming…… More Staff Acknowledgements…to be announced throughout the year PBIS Website Access to: PBIS T-Chart PBIS Matrix Lesson Plans Monthly calendar of PBIS events Monthly calendar of PBIS Green Team Meetings PBIS Green Team Interested in joining the team? Bonnie or Allison Meetings will be held monthly after school

23 What Are Your Needs?? Complete exit survey contained in your folder Data will be used to identify professional development opportunities for staff for the school year


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