Presentation on theme: "Positive Behavior Management and Discipline"— Presentation transcript:
1Positive Behavior Management and Discipline Oak Knoll Elementary SchoolAdrienne Grainger Smith
2School Wide-Discipline Plan School Rules “Owl” show courtesy and respect for others.“Owl” support and participate in the learning process.“Owl” show respect for property.“Owl” be prepared, ready to work an don task until finished.“Owl” use safe and responsible conduct at all times.
3Owl Behavior Color Coding This system is used in the classrooms and the cafeteria.Owl Card- Excellent BehaviorBlue Card- WarningGreen Card- Time OutYellow Card- Loss of PrivilegeRed Card- Phone call or note home
4Link SystemStudents/classes can earn links by exhibiting appropriate behavior and receiving compliments.Teachers give rewards once the class has reached a specified number of links (25).The rewards should be created by the teacher and class.Examples of Places where links can be earnedHallwaySpecialsCafeteria
5Owl Behavior Incentive Program Students can earn Positive Behavior Point slips for exhibiting appropriate behavior.Each slip equals 1 point.Points can be saved and turned in for prizes/rewards.Slips will double or triple in value during high traffic times (ex. week before or after a holiday)
6Oak Knoll Elementary School Positive Behavior Matrix Behavioral ExpectationsEverywhereClassroomPlaygroundCafeteriaHallwaysBathroomsBusComputer/ Mobile LabBe RespectfulUse kind words and actionsParticipate appropriately in classroom activities.Respect the differences and opinions of others.Follow game rules and demonstrate positive sportsmanshipRespect equipmentPractice good table and line mannersCalm behavior at all timesUse inside voicesUse appropriate tone of voiceKeep hands/feet off walls and student workGive people privacyBe in your own spaceUse appropriate language and gesturesRespect the driverRespect propertyListen to and follow directions given by the teacherMaintain set preferencesBe ResponsibleOwn your actionsBe attentive and prepared.Complete your work.Use respectful methods to solve problemsReturn equipmentClean your seating areaKnow what you ordered and take that itemCalm, quiet behavior at all timesFlush toiletObserve time limits (be quick)Place towels in garbageKeep bathrooms cleanBoard your own bus unless you have a passBe on timeKeep the area cleanLog off your account when finishedBe SafeKeep hands, feet, objects to selfGet adult help when you need itFollow adult directions.Keep to your own space.Use materials/equipmentappropriately.Be aware of games and activities around youNo wrestling, play fighting, football, or rough playStay seated until dismissedKeep food on your plate.Clean up your spills.Walk single file to allow others to passWalk directly to your destination.Use soap and water for washing handsKeep water in sinkLine up in single file to enter/exit the busRemain seatedKnow your own spaceSit appropriately in your seatOnly use designated internet siteBe There and CareLend a helping handPut things where they belong.Take care of the room.Invite others to participate in games and activitiesShare equipment and spaceHelp clean around youHold the door open for othersInform adult of low supplies and other bathroom concernsKeep the bus cleanQuietly assist the person next to you
7“Owl”standing Behavior Point Form Oak Knoll Elementary School‘Owl’tstanding Behavior Points(Student Name)showed ‘Owl’tstanding Behavior in/on the(Location)by ____________________________________, which is an example of being :______ Respectful______ Responsible______Safe______ Caring___________________________________(Staff member who witnessed behavior)_________________ ___________Date Points Earned
8Prizes 1-3 points 5 points 10 points Pull from treasure box $1.oo credit at school storeInterest based free activity10 points10 minutes extra recess/computer timeRaise and take down flag for two daysChoose mystery envelope/package
9More Prizes 15 points 20 points Help with Student of the Month Program Help during PE20 pointsGuest appearance on OK LiveLunch with staff memberIf everyone in the class puts in 5 points, the class can play a kickball/basketball/volleyball game (coordinated by teacher and Coach Sanders)
10Where are we going from here? Any feedback or suggestions for improving the program are welcomed and appreciated.