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2 Presented by : Laquey R - V Elementary Michael Mayle, Elementary Principal Monique Stokes, RTI / PBS Coordinator Becky Johnson, Special Education Teacher Dee Peterson, Lower Elementary Teacher Sara Becker, Upper Elementary Teacher

3 Getting to Know The Laquey Team

4 Team Member Introductions Laquey Demographics Student Characteristics

5 What You Will Learn Today Systems to put in place to ensure SW-PBS success Resources available to help begin a successful SW-PBS program (including a demonstration of the PALS program Tips for building a successful team and for getting 100% buy-in from your staff Examples of key elements of SW-PBS to build a strong foundation for the program Ways to decrease student behaviors and increase student achievement

6 Do Some Scouting

7 Talk to other schools who are already doing PBS On-site visits Explore online Ask for help – RPDC consultants are an excellent resource

8 Building a Winning Team And Team Building

9 Variety Initiative Cheerleader/Communicator Tenacity Outgoing Ready and Willing Yes We Can! people

10 Obtaining Good Coach Support (Administrative) And Maintaining Fan Support (Parents)

11 Coach Administration – Fully Supportive Principal is a Vital Team Member Must Have 100% Buy-in Positive Attitude and Results Good Support System Needed

12 Fan Support Information Provided at Open House Information Provided at Parent Conferences Information Provided in Newsletters Information Provided in Handbooks Share Victories!!! Keep Communication Positive!!!

13 Coaching, Training, And Practice – Keys to a Winning Team

14 Access RPDC for Valuable Training Take Advantage of Trainings Offered at RPDC Set Up On-site Trainings with RPDC Staff Have On-site Team Meetings with RPDC Trainers

15 Hotdogs, Popcorn, And Peanuts

16 Use Team/Staff Meetings As an Opportunity For Your Special Students To Practice Their Life Skills

17 Having the Right Equipment to Play The Game - Resources that Will Help You Be a Winning Team

18 Peer Assisted Learning Strategies in Action

19 Ideas For Effective Implementation of PALS Get training before you start Set protected PALS time Reading 3 days, math 2 days a week Adopt a theme song Take manuals apart and put in a binder for easier copying Encourage carry over of skills learned throughout the day

20 PALS Demonstration See it in action

21 Focus Room Focus Room

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23 PBS Resources Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools by Jeffery Sprague and AnneMieke Golly Responding to Problem Behaviors in Schools: The Behavior Education Program by Deanne A. Crone, Leanne S. Hawken, and Robert H. Horner 7 Steps for Developing a Proactive Schoolwide Discipline Plan: A Guide for Principals and Leadership Teams by Geoffrey Colvin

24 Starting PBS THE MATRIX

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27 Keeping Your Stats And Keeping Score Progress Monitoring AIMSweb SWIS

28 Using your Big Five Report

29 Determining Your

30 Winning the Game - Increased Achievement Decreased Negative Behavior

31 Signs of Victory Increase in Percentage of Special Education Students scoring in the advanced/proficient range on the MAP CA test from 17.54% to 50% in two years Increase in Positive Behavior Noticed in Every Area of the School Noticed By Outside Visitors School Board Reports Increased Student Time in Class With Instruction Increased Administrator Time to Focus on Instructional Leadership

32 Take-Aways You MUST begin slow and MAKE SURE that all the right systems are in place to ensure success of the SW-PBS program Use your resources – network with other schools doing the program, use the materials provided by RPDC trainers, and have lots of on-site meetings with trainers and without to monitor and make changes as needed Always emphasize the positive with fellow staff members, students, and parents Use research based programs that are proven to work to supplement the program

33 Contact Info: Michael Mayle Monique Stokes Becky Johnson Dee Peterson Sara Becker

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35 Get Started Stick Together as a Team And Celebrate Your Victories!!!


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