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1 State-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support Hathaway High School

2 Why do we have a positive behavior interventions & support system at HHS? To increase chances that desired behaviors will be repeated To focus staff & student attention on desired behaviors To foster a positive school climate To reduce time consuming disciplinary actions To provide immediate feedback to students and parents

3 HHS Behavioral Expectations HHonor Rules HHave Respect SShow Responsibility

4 At HHS, in the Positive Behavior Interventions & Support System... What expectations and behaviors will be rewarded? What will the expectations and behaviors look like and sound like throughout the school?... It is time to remind you of what is expected of you all around HHS!

5 On the Bus HH ave Respect –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself –Follow bus driver’s directions SS how Responsibility –Be on time for pick up –Keep all materials inside bus HH onor Rules –Keep aisles free of obstructions –Remain seated while bus is in motion

6 Let’s see the bus expectations in action! Keep hands, feet, books, and objects to yourself! Follow the driver’s directions! Be on time for pick up! Keep all materials inside bus! Keep aisles free from obstruction! Remain seated while bus is in motion! Click on picture to view video

7 In the Cafeteria H ave RespectH ave Respect –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself –Keep voices low –Use good manners S how ResponsibilityS how Responsibility –Keep area clean –Dispose all items properly –Exit quietly H onor RulesH onor Rules –Remain orderly in line –Wash hands properly –Keep food on tray –Remain seated

8 Let’s see the cafeteria expectations in action! Remain orderly in line! Keep voices low! Keep food on tray! Keep area clean! Exit quietly! Click on picture to view video Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself! Use good manners! Dispose all items properly! Remain orderly in line! Wash hands properly! Remain seated!

9 In the Classroom HH ave Respect –Follow classroom procedures –Respect self and others SS how Responsibility –Bring all necessary materials to class –Be prompt HH onor Rules –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself –Keep materials orderly –Use materials properly

10 Let’s see the classroom expectations in action! Follow classroom procedures! Respect self and others! Bring all necessary materials to class! Be prompt! Keep hands, feet, books, and objects to yourself! Keep materials orderly! Use materials properly! Click on picture to view video

11 In the Detention Room HH ave Respect –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself –Respect school property –Keep walls, desks, and floor clean SS how Responsibility –Complete assigned work –All assigned work will be given to office staff HH onor Rules –Remain seated in assigned area –Keep materials orderly

12 In the Detention Room… Keep hands feet and objects to yourself! Respect school property! Keep walls, desks, and floor clean! Complete assigned work and give to office staff! Remain seated in assigned areas! Keep materials orderly! Click on picture to view video

13 In the Gym for Assemblies In the Gym for Assemblies HH ave Respect –Listen attentively –Applaud appropriately –Remain quiet during presentations SS how Responsibility –Sit in assigned area –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself HH onor Rules –Remain seated in assigned area –Enter/Exit quietly and orderly

14 Let’s see the gym expectations in action! Listen attentively! Applaud appropriately! Remain quiet during presentations! Sit in assigned area! Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself! Remain seated in assigned area! Enter/Exit quietly and orderly Click on picture to view video

15 In the Hallway and on Sidewalks HH ave Respect –Keep voices low –Be polite –Respect displayed items SS how Responsibility –Stay on walkway –Walk quickly and be prompt –Use hall pass when needed HH onor Rules –Keep traffic flowing –Travel to the right –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself

16 In the Hallway and on Sidewalks Do NOT walk spread across the sidewalk! Walk on the right side instead!!!!

17 Let’s see the hallway expectations in action! Keep voices low! Be polite! Respect displayed items! Stay on walkway! Walk quickly and be prompt! Use hall pass when needed! Keep traffic flowing! Travel to the right! Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself! Click on picture to view video

18 In the Hallway and on Sidewalks Enter buildings through the right door. Exit buildings through the right door. When raining, always walk on sidewalks. Stay OFF wet grass!!

19 Outdoors and Commons Have Respect –Respond quickly to duty teacher –Be polite –Enter/exit building quietly and orderly Show Responsibility –Keep grounds litter free –Line up promptly at bell Honor Rules –Stay in designated areas –Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself –Use walking feet –Use appropriate physical contact

20 Outdoors and Commons NOTThis is NOT acceptable anywhere in school! Remember to stay out of another person’s personal space!!

21 Common Area Guidelines Keep sidewalks clear for others to walk. Concession stand opens when lunch duty teacher leaves the cafeteria & arrives at concession Concession stand closes a few minutes before the bell rings

22 Food and drink on campus before school is prohibited. Food or drink in the building after lunch recess is prohibited. Bringing food out of the cafeteria is prohibited. Loitering in the parking lot at any time is prohibited. Sitting in your car in the parking lot is prohibited.

23 Let’s see the common area expectations in action! Respond quickly to duty teacher! Be polite! Enter/exit building quietly and orderly! Keep grounds litter free! Line up promptly at bell! Stay in designated areas! Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself! Use walking feet! Use appropriate physical contact! Click on picture to view video

24 Full dress code necessary upon arrival on campus. Vocational building is off-limits before school and during lunch recess. Ask the duty teacher permission to go into the main building for water, restroom, library, or teacher’s classroom.

25 Cell Phones Cell phones must be turned off before bringing on campus. Cell phones must be turned in as soon as you arrive at school. Stopping to visit with someone with your phone in your hand is prohibited. Checking messages or texting is prohibited while walking to turn in your cell phone.

26 Restrooms HH ave Respect –Give others privacy –Use low voice SS how Responsibility –Flush after each use –Use pass when needed –Adjust clothing to follow dress code HH onor Rules –Keep restrooms clean –Wash hands properly –Keep water in sink

27 In the Restroom Always wash your hands before leaving the restroom!!! Throw trash in can before leaving restroom!!!

28 Let’s see the restroom expectations in action! Give others privacy! Use low voice! Flush after each use! Use pass when needed! Adjust clothing to follow dress code! Keep restrooms clean! Wash hands properly! Keep water in sink! Click on picture to view video

29 In the Parking Lot H H onor Rules Enter/Exit the parking lot slowly Watch for other drivers After parking promptly enter the building At dismissal, exit the parking lot in a timely manner H H ave Respect Respect others property Parking tag must be hung from rear view mirror and visible in vehicle at all times. Keep music low S S how Responsibility Park in assigned areas Must have a pass to go to your vehicle during school hours

30 Let’s see the parking lot expectations in action! Respect others property! Parking tag must be hung from rear view mirror and visible in vehicle at all times! Keep music low! Park in assigned areas! Must have a pass to go to your vehicle during school hours! Enter/Exit the parking lot slowly! Watch for other drivers! After parking promptly enter the building! At dismissal, exit the parking lot in a timely Manner! Click on picture to view video

31 Consequences for not following Parking Lot Expectations 1st offense- Warning 2nd offense- Parking privileges suspended for a day 3rd offense- Parking privileges suspended for a week 4th offense-Parking privileges suspended for the school year

32 Review: HHS Behavioral Expectations HH onor Rules HH ave Respect SS how Responsibility Follow these expectations, and this school year should be great for you and me!

33 “I Got Caught” Students who are “caught” displaying good behavior could receive an “I Got Caught” citation from ANY staff member. Upon returning the signed form to school and placing it in the box provided, each student will be entered into a drawing for prizes. These prizes include PBIS t- shirts, treat bags, and gift certificates. The drawings will be held at mid six weeks and at the end of the six weeks. I GOT CAUGHT! Issued To: Date: ____________ This student was cited for: o Showing respect to others o Following procedures o Taking care of school property o Helpful behavior o Other:_______________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ _____ Issued By: ______________________________ *Parents please sign this ticket and have your child return it to school for a chance to win a prize at mid and end of six weeks drawings* Parent’s Signature Hathaway High School SWPBIS

34 “I Got Caught” Reward for Positive Behavior –Attendance –Honor Roll –Discipline –GPA IMPROVEMENT

35 Positive Behavior Incentives Attendance Award Each six weeks the homeroom with % in attendance will be rewarded Discipline: Each six weeks students who have NO minor or major discipline infractions will be rewarded Honor Roll: Each six weeks students who earn Honor Roll will be rewarded GPA Improvement: – Each six weeks students that show an improvement in their GPA (from one letter grade to the next) will be rewarded

36 Positive Behavior Incentives 1 st six weeks: No Discipline Referrals for Six Week Period Spirit shirt w/ uniform bottoms Homeroom with Highest % Attendance Treat Party Honor Roll for Six week Period Spirit shirt w/ jeans Lowest # of Referrals by Grade Level Doughnut Breakfast Before School

37 Positive Behavior Incentives 2 nd Six weeks: No Discipline Referrals for Six week Period Team shirt/jersey/HHS spirit shirt w/ uniform bottoms Homeroom with Highest % Attendance Free dress Honor Roll for Six week Period Spirit shirt w/ jeans GPA Improvement from 1st six weeks Name entered in drawing for prizes Lowest # of Referrals by Grade Level Candy ticket at home basketball game

38 Positive Behavior Incentives 3 rd Six Weeks: No Discipline Referrals for Six week Period Hat day Homeroom with Highest % Attendance Eat 1st in the lunch line Honor Roll for Six week Period Free dress day GPA Improvement from 1st six weeks Name entered in drawing for prizes Lowest # of Referrals by Grade Level Popcorn and drink at home basketball game

39 Positive Behavior Incentives 4 th Six Weeks: No Discipline Referrals for Six week Period Free dress day Homeroom with Highest % Attendance Treat party Honor Roll for Six week Period Hat day GPA Improvement from 1st six weeks Name entered in drawing for prizes Lowest # of Referrals by Grade Level Doughnut breakfast before school

40 Positive Behavior Incentives 5 th Six Weeks: No Discipline Referrals for Six week Period Name entered in drawing for prizes Homeroom with Highest % Attendance Ice cream sundae party Honor Roll for Six week Period Treat party GPA Improvement from 1st six weeks Name entered in drawing for prizes Lowest # of Referrals by Grade Level Free Dress

41 END OF THE YEAR INCENTIVES: Honor Roll (1 st -5 th six weeks) Off campus outing Honor Roll and No Discipline Referrals (1 st -5 th six weeks) End of school blast ***ARE YOU UP TO THE CHALLENGE?????? Positive Behavior Incentives

42 Remember the HHS Expectations H Honor Rules H Have Respect S Show Responsiblity So you can be on those “special” assigned days at the end of each six weeks.

43 Again, why should we have a positive behavior system at EHS? Increases chances that desired behaviors will be repeated Fosters a positive school climate Reduces time consuming disciplinary actions Increases learning time which is what teachers and students want Provides immediate feedback to students and parents

44 Follow the HHS Behavioral Expectations! Click on picture to view video


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