Presentation on theme: "KNIGHT ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL"— Presentation transcript:
1KNIGHT ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL “Soaring to Excellence”Yvette Williams-Daugherty, Principal3237 Knight RoadMemphis, TN
2GUIDING PRINCIPLESBeliefsSchool Character PointsValues
3BELIEFSAll children can learn, achieve, and succeed when given appropriate opportunities.Various instructional strategies should be used to address the academic needs of all students.A student’s self-esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between students.Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs.
4SCHOOL CHARACTER POINTS We are a neighborhood schoolSupportive administrative staffStaff who is dedicated to social and academic success of all students
5VALUESStudents are respected as individuals who will be provided with a safe, nurturing learning environment everyday.Faculty, parents, administrators, students, and community members will be responsible for creating a safe, caring, and professional climate for the students.
6VISIONThe Knight Road Elementary Team envisions a safe and secure environment which includes the expectations that all students will maximize their potential to learn by applying skills through an organized, comprehensive, multi-ethnic curriculum that lends itself to an integrated approach. This approach gives students the opportunity to be engaged in active learning, problem-solving and hands-on learning activities along with enriched literacy learning opportunities; thereby, equipping them with the necessary tools and skills required for higher levels of learning.
7MISSIONTo provide a nurturing environment that enables each student to reach his/her academic and social potential in preparation for the middle school years.
8PHILOSOPHYWe believe that providing a positive school climate will encourage social and academic growth for all students. Only by implementing and managing a school-wide discipline plan that defines the roles and responsibilities for all stakeholders will the ideal learning environment result.We will support the goals defined in the school-wide discipline plan by treating each other the way we want to be treated, and teaching, practicing, and reviewing established procedures for maintaining appropriate school behavior.
9GOALS AND OBJECTIVESOur goal is to enhance student success by promoting positive student behaviorWe will do this by:Reducing the number of disciplinary referrals to the office by 10%Reducing the number of out-of-school suspensions by 10%Increasing student attendance by 2%Increasing parental involvement by 50% through an active P.T.A. and an effective Watchdog program.
10MCS Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee Worksheet 2006-07 Principal* Dr. Yvette Williams-DaughertyAssistant Principal N/AProfessional School Counselor* Carlos A. SampleSchool Psychologist Dr. Andrea NicholsGeneral Education Teacher(s) Michelle WilliamsMEA Representative* Denise FulliloveElected Teacher(s) (2)* Joseph CrooksAvis RobinsonSpecial Education Teacher(s)* Patti BoydRelated Arts Teacher(s)Students N/AEducational Assistant(s)/ Non-Certified StaffCommunity MemberParent(s)* Lisa CarterCentral Office or Board of Education Member N/ACafeteria StaffBus DriverOtherKnight Road Elementary Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee is representative of the school faculty and includes an administrator.Team Leader: Carlos A. Sample*Indicates members mandated by MEA contract
11Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee The Blue Ribbon Committee plans to meet every four (4) weeks to analyze,disaggregate, and compare the data. For this to take place, there has to be an allotted time for teachers who participate on the committee to be relieved from their classes to attend meetings.The MEA representative, Linda Thompson, will be the designee for retrieving Blue Ribbon information from the website.Attached, you find a tentative meeting schedule for this year’s Blue Ribbon Committee meetings.
12Meeting Schedule 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Reporting Period Approximate Dates of Reporting PeriodsAll data for period entered into system (A)Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee meeting dates (B)Faculty meeting dates to report interpretation of 20 day data (C)18/14/06-9/11/069/15/062912/06-10/11/0610/13/0610/19/0610/25/06310/12/06-11/8/0611/10/0611/16/0611/29/06411/9/06-12/11/0612/15/0612/21/061/11/07512/12/06-1/24/071/26/072/2/072/7/0761/25/07-2/22/072/23/073/01/073/07/0772/23/07-3/29/073/30/074/05/074/11/0783/30/07-4/27/075/4/075/10/075/16/0794/30/07-5/25/075/29/06
13School RulesKnight Road Elementary students are encouraged daily to adhere to the following school-wide rules:Respect YourselfRespect OthersRespect School Property
14Behavioral Expectation Matrix RulesClassroomCafeteriaHallwayRestroomBusRespectYourselfDo your bestUse proper table etiquetteWalk to all destinationsWash your handsN/ARespect OthersSpeak to each other using positive messagesUse inside voices and mannerismWalk on the right side in an orderly mannerHands and feet must be kept to yourselfRespect School PropertyPlace all trash in proper containerStudents must leave area cleanRespect school property; we prohibit defacingStudents will utilize the restrooms for its primary use
15How we teach the rules and procedures The faculty and staff constantly teach and keep students reminded of the rules and procedures by:Posting rules inside classroomBehavior contracts
16SCHOOL PROCEDURES Entering school School dismissal Lunchroom Assembly programsDisciplinary referralsAttendanceEmergency drillsStudent orientationParent-teacher conferencesWednesday CommunicatorS-Team Referral
18School Wide Incentives As a means of rewarding and encouraging continuous positive behavior, students will receive stickers, tokens, Daugherty Dollars, Random Acts of Kindness Certs. and “No Homework” passes from their classroom teacher.Students can also receive aforementioned rewards and praises from any other faculty and staff member when they are “caught” exhibiting positive behavior in the school building.
19Teacher IncentivesProcedures for recognizing and encouraging positive teacher interaction, for example:Attendance prizesStudents can recommend teacherDrawing for prizes (tickets given to students may also have teacher name, so when student gets prize, so does teacher who gave the reinforcement)
20Resources for Incentives AdoptersWalmartKingdom KidsTargetCommunity agencies & businessesRestaurantsFundraisersParent organizationsP.T.A.
21General Procedure for Dealing with Problem Behaviors Observe problembehaviorIsbehaviormajor?Find a place to talk with student(s)NOYESEnsure safetyProblem solveWrite referral &Escort student to officeDetermineconsequenceProblem solveDetermineconsequenceFollow proceduredocumentedFollowdocumentedprocedureNODoesstudenthave 3?YESFollowthrough withconsequencesFile necessarydocumentationSendreferral toofficeFile necessarydocumentationFollow upwith studentwithin aweek
22Character EducationCharacter education is supported through-out the school by teachers, guidance counselor, and other staff members as students are constantly reminded about the importance of having a good character. These reminders are conveyed daily during morning announcement character message, morning affirmation and morning meeting. Additionally, weekly classroom guidance sessions reinforce positive dispositions through character education activities.The principal, guidance counselor, parent counselor, teachers and other staff members encourage students on a daily basis to be the best that they can be.
23Harassment and Bullying Prevention Annual harassment training is done with the faculty during the first week of teacher in-service. Each staff member is shown the harassment video and is required to sign an acknowledgement that the video was watched and explained.Training in regards to bullying prevention is provided annually via the guidance counselor and designated lead teachers.
24School Safety PlanKnight Road Elementary School’s safety plan was submitted in November The plan has been updated for the school year.Fire drills are scheduled and held once every month.Tornado drills are executed once a month during tornado season.This plan is reviewed yearly and updated as needed by the administrative team.
25Monitoring ProcessData gathered by the Discipline Committee will be used to indicate critical student needs to be addressed in order to ensure and maintain academic success.
26Action StepsList steps you have chosen to prioritize for the school year based on the Effective Behavior Survey (EBS) and the Team Implementation ChecklistComplete Action Plan
27Prevention Programs Mendez Too Good for Drugs No Bullying The following programs are used to address violence prevention, bullying, and conflict resolution.Mendez Too Good for DrugsNo BullyingATOD (Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs)They are implemented on a daily and weekly basis through collaboration with the guidance counselor, parent counselor, and classroom teachers.
28Intervention PlanAs a secondary intervention for students who receive numerous office referrals for negative behaviors, there are several steps taken to correct these behaviors that include:Referral to S-Team (Behavior)Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)Small Group w/ Social Worker and Counselor (anger, peer relationships, social skills, respect, citizenship)Various incentives are used for select students to encourage exhibition of more positive behaviors to include: additional recess time, visit to the principal, assisting the counselor, and recognition over the intercom.
29In-School Suspension Plan ISS is an intervention strategy used to address and correct negative school/classroom behavior. Students are placed in an isolated classroom with a qualified staff personnel, where the behavior is reviewed and discussed. Students are then required to evaluate and express (written) their actions that resulted in the ISS placement.The ISS monitor is responsible for reviewing the student’s writing and then discussing with him/her alternative choices that could have been made without resulting in a negative consequence. This is required for the student to gain re-entry into the classroom setting.Once the student has reentered the classroom, his/her progress is closely monitored by the teacher, counselor, and principal.
30Secondary Intervention Evaluation Evaluation of secondary interventions come in the forms of:ReferralsTeacher consults/ observationsCounselor observationsParent consults/observations
31Tertiary Interventions Knight Road’s Support Team identifies students who are behaviorally at-risk through teacher referral, parent referral, as well as observations of students.Through a collaborate effort involving the teacher, counselor, principal, and parent, a plan of action is created to help change student’s negative behaviors into positive behaviors.Success of the intervention is closely monitored by the number of referrals, teacher consults, and parent observation/consults.
32Results Your results so far toward your school wide goals List graphs and short explanations.You will have data from REA so you can compare last year’s numbers with the previous year’s
33Green zone 0 – 1, yellow zone 2 – 5, red zone 6+ office referrals CONTINUUM OFSCHOOL-WIDEINSTRUCTIONAL &POSITIVE BEHAVIORSUPPORTTertiary Prevention:SpecializedIndividualizedSystems for Students with High-Risk Behavior%Secondary Prevention:Specialized GroupSystems for Students with At-Risk Behavior%Primary Prevention:School-/Classroom-Wide Systems forAll Students,Staff, & Settings% of Students
34CelebrationIn celebration of our school-wide success, both the teachers and students are recognized with a celebratory program.Teacher rewards can include: ½ R&R Day, lunch provided by principal, and a reserved parking space for the week.Student rewards can include: lunch provided by principal, popcorn party, pizza party, stickers, classroom treats, recognition over the intercom.For the second year, Knight Road Elementary School has partnered with the Southeast Mental Health Center with the induction of the ATOD Program, which address the importance of no drug use, self-esteem, and social skills to all fifth grade students.
35ConclusionThis document is a work in progress. Many of the incentives/ideas have not been in place for a necessary length of time to determine effectiveness.
36Plan for Support & Monitoring End of September submit Blue Ribbon Plan to District Coach and Academic Superintendent for your area. Includes:Team Members and Team LeaderMeeting Schedule for yearTIC (also submitted to Coach Oct., Jan., Apr.)Action PlanOngoing training for Team Leaders and others will be provided throughout the school year