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1 Lansdowne High School PBIS The Viking Code The Viking Code

2 Proactive Approach to School-wide Discipline  Provide a clear system for all expected behaviors  Create and maintain a productive, safe environment  Establish clear expectations  Enhance student academic & social success

3 Why PBIS at LHS?  School discipline as a tool for academic & social success  Behavior management as instruction  Data-based decision making  Continuum of behavior support

4 What is PBIS?  Positive Behavior Interventions & Support  Systems Approach  Data-Driven Approach

5 What is a “Systems Approach?”  Creating a positive behavioral environment  School-wide management, in and out of classrooms  Consistent problem-solving

6 Where Does the Data Come from?  SWIS  From You! Informal feedback Informal feedback Staff Survey Staff Survey September 2003, January 2004 June 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 June 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

7 Components  Common approach  Clear, positive expectations  Procedures to teach expected behaviors  Range of ways to encourage and discourage  Means to collect data & monitor

8 LHS Belief Statements  Students achieve greater success in a safe, comfortable, and orderly environment  Students are capable of learning, achieving, and behaving appropriately  Excellence, modeled in an environment of trust and encouragement, inspires student achievement

9 Viking Code of Conduct  Respect  Responsibility  Readiness

10 Viking Code of Conduct

11 Procedures for Encouraging Positive Behavior  Viking of the Month  V Bucks and Viking Cards  Posters throughout school  Display of winners on V-Board  Regular announcements of winners

12 V -Bucks  Awarded by teachers to students who exemplify the Viking Code of Conduct on a consistent basis in the classroom, the hallways, the cafeteria, and other areas of the building.  Awarded to encourage and reinforce positive behaviors among our students.  Teachers can award V- Bucks to students whether they teach them or not.

13 Viking Card Awarded to Students who Consistently Exemplify the 3 Rs  Earn no Ds or Es  Maintain 94% attendance  Have no significant behavior issues based on SIRs and referrals

14 Incentives for Students  Homework Passes  Ice Cream Passes  Target Gift Certificates  McDonald’s Coupons  Wal-Mart Gift Certificates  Dance Passes  Movie Passes  Discounts  Bags/Freebies  Movie  End of Year Picnic

15 Morning Announcement Reinforcement Students in LHS Drama and Broadcasting classes will write and perform “public service announcements” that will be played on the morning announcements reinforcing the three Rs

16 Procedures for Discouraging Problem Behaviors  Teacher-managed vs. Office- managed behaviors Student Incident Report (SIR) Student Incident Report (SIR) Office Referral Office Referral  Consistency vs. Discretion  Intervention Flow Chart

17 Student Incident Report  Student Incident ReportSWIS Entry_________  Name of Student: Location:  □ Classroom□ Gym  Grade: □ Hallway □ Library  □ Cafeteria □ Bus Loading Zone  Date:_______________Time:_______________□ Bathroom□ On Bus □ Other  Referring Staff:  Problem Behavior  Possible Motivation  Consequence  Check one specific problem behavior□ Inappropriate Language -Minor verbal aggression - Harassment/tease/taunt□ Minor Defiance/Disrespect/Non- Compliance -Lying/cheating - Refusal to work□ Disruption (minor) -Skip class/truancy -Tardy -Disruptive/Disrespectful Asides -Electronics -Dress Code□ Minor Physical Contact□ Minor Property Misuse□ Other  □ Obtain peer attention□ Obtain adult attention□ Obtain items/activities□ Avoid tasks/activities□ Avoid work□ Avoid peer(s)□ Avoid adult(s)□ Unclear/Don’t know□ Other _____________________□ Unknown motivation□ Detention□ Time out in alternate classroom□ Time in office□ Loss of Privileges□ Conference with Student□ Parent Contact□ Other_____________________Other comments (optional)  Contacted parent/guardian about this incident on

18 Teacher-Managed vs. Office-Managed  Language  Lateness  Preparedness  Refusing to work  Tone/Attitude  Electronic Devices  Food or drink  Weapons  Fighting or aggressive physical contact  Aggressive Language  Smoking  Harassment of students or teachers  Major dishonesty

19 Intervention Flow Chart  Used to guide behavior intervention  Page 2-10 of binder

20 Procedures for Monitoring and Evaluation  Data tracking system for V-Bucks (PBIS mailbox)  SIRs entered into SWIS database  Discipline Intervention Team  Office Referrals to be entered  Administrative support

21 Procedures for Teaching Expected Behaviors  Staff Development (now!)  Opening week lesson plans  Public Service Messages

22 Initial Staff TrainingInitial Staff Training  Overview presentation  Positive Consequences/ Rewards  Negative Consequences/SIRs  Lesson Plans  Staff was divided based on several factors  Evaluations and questions taken at the end of each session

23 PBIS SY Continue the basics Student Incident Reports and Office Referrals Student Incident Reports and Office Referrals SWIS Reports to Mr. Mossman SWIS Reports to Mr. Mossman Discipline Intervention Team Members meet with the “Consistent, Chronic, and Continuous” Students (3 SIRs) Discipline Intervention Team Members meet with the “Consistent, Chronic, and Continuous” Students (3 SIRs) Administrators may choose to meet with the Students with 5 or more SIRs informally as an intervention Administrators may choose to meet with the Students with 5 or more SIRs informally as an intervention

24 PBIS SY Continue the basics V Bucks and Bi-weekly Reinforcements V Bucks and Bi-weekly Reinforcements Viking Card Privileges based on Consistency Viking Card Privileges based on Consistency End of Semester Movie End of Semester Movie End of Year Picnic End of Year Picnic

25 “To be good is noble, but to teach others how to be good is nobler and less trouble.” ~Mark Twain

26 Implementation Data for Lansdowne High School  Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI) November 2005 – October 2006 November 2005 – October 2006  School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) Baseline Year (pre-training year) Spring 2003 Baseline Year (pre-training year) Spring 2003 First Year (Planning Year) 2004 First Year (Planning Year) 2004 Second Year (First Year of Implementation) 2005 Second Year (First Year of Implementation) 2005 Third Year (Second Year of Implementation)2006 Third Year (Second Year of Implementation)2006 Fourth Year (Third Year of Implementation) 2007 Fourth Year (Third Year of Implementation) 2007

27 IPI Data Implementation Phases Inventory IPI Data Implementation Phases Inventory Preparation Initiation Implementation Maintenance Critical Features

28 SET Data School-wide Evaluation Tool Baseline Year 2 nd Year Implementation 1 st Year Implementation Planning Year

29 Data for Lansdowne HS  SWIS Data Entry SY03-04 Planning Year SY03-04 Planning Year SY04-05 First Year of Implementation SY04-05 First Year of Implementation SY05-06 Second Year of Implementation SY05-06 Second Year of Implementation SY06-07 Third Year of Implementation SY06-07 Third Year of Implementation SY07-08 Fourth Year of Implementation SY07-08 Fourth Year of Implementation  Student Incident Reports (SWIS Minors)  Office Referrals (SWIS Majors)

30 Average Number of Student Incident Reports per Day per Month Planning Year1 st Year Implementation 3 rd Year Implementation2 nd Year Implementation

31 Average Number of Student Incident Reports per Day per Month AugFebAprMarDecJuneMaySeptNovOctJan

32 Suspension/Expulsion Data for Lansdowne HS Planning SY0304 Year 1 SY03405 Year 2 SY0506 Planning SY0304 Year 1 SY0405 Year 2 SY0506

33 Behavior Supports Academics at Lansdowne HS  Focus is on academic competence  Goal is to provide an atmosphere for all students to learn and achieve  HSA Scores show improvement  Lansdowne HS achieved AYP for School Year

34 Results of HSA Testing at Lansdowne HS

35 Results of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Data 2005ReadingMath All Students Met Not Met AsiannaMet African-American WhiteMet HispanicMetna Free/Reduced Spec Ed Not Met 2006ReadingMath All Students MetMet AsianMetMet African-AmericanMetMet WhiteMetMet HispanicMetMet Free/ReducedMetMet Spec Ed MetMet

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