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1 R espect yourself and others O wn your actions A ccept guidance R eady yourself for success

2 Bradwell Institute Team Members: Ms. Bailey, Ms. Bufford, Mr. Granger, Sgt Ford, Mr. Mock, Ms. Reyna, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Scharnagl, Ms. VanBelkum, Ms. Woodard

3  POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION AND SUPPORTS

4 Rules Discipline procedures Rewards Routines School-wide Data

5 1. Framework for systems to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice towards success. 2. Focuses on prevention before reaction. 3. Individualized. 4. Grounded in “teaching.” 5. Goal setting and monitoring.

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8 1. Not Curriculum 2. Not about letting students “get away” with sub-standard behavior. 3. Not a “fix all” 4. Not all about being “positive” and focusing on “praise”

9  Create Effective School-Wide Expectations that are… 1. Stated positively 2. Visually displayed 3. Enforceable/able to be rewarded 4. Smaller number (generally 3-5) 5. Explicitly defined

10 R espect yourself and others O wn your actions A ccept guidance R eady yourself for success

11  School-wide expectations have been defined for each location.  What does it mean to “respect yourself and others” in the hallway? In the restroom?  Create a teaching matrix defining behavior for each part of ROAR.

12 Location Expectation HallwayCafeteriaBus RampCommon AreasRest Rooms Respect Yourself and Others Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Don’t cut in line. Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Wash your hands. Own Your Actions Be on time. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Clean up after yourself. Be on time. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Be on time. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Be quick, be tidy, be gone. Accept Guidance When an adult says something, listen, consider and take appearance action. Accept Compliments. Follow posted signs. Walk directly to class. Correct dress code issues. Accept Compliments. Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Accept Compliments Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Accept Compliments Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Follow posted signs. Correct dress code issues before leaving. Use restroom designated by teacher. Ready Yourself for Success Get all materials for class at locker breaks. Have a positive attitude. Read data displays. Have a positive attitude. Pay on your account at appropriate time. Make healthy choices at lunch. Read data displays. Have a positive attitude. Read data displays for bus changes. Have a positive attitude. Read data displays. Have a positive attitude.

13 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation -Keep all physical contact appropriate. -Use only business language. -Be on time. -Be courteous. -If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. -When an adult says something, listen, consider and take appropriate action. -Accept Compliments. -Follow posted signs. -Walk directly to class. -Correct dress code issues. -Get all materials for class at locker breaks. -Have a positive attitude. -Read data displays. Identify Positive Examples -A quick hug goodbye to a friend is nice (no hips, no lips) -To greet a friend, say, “Hey, how are things going today?” -Be inside the classroom and seated before the tardy bell rings. -Say excuse me when you bump into someone -Go get your tardy, without arguing, when you are tardy. -Follow directives that are given in your best interest. -When someone tells you that you look nice, say “thank you.” -If the sign says, keep it in your locker, keep it in your locker. -Take the most direct route between classes -Keep your shirt tucked in and your belt tucked up. -Remember your English notebook before English class. -Come to class ready and willing to learn. -Take notice of the data displays at the appropriate times Identify Negative Examples -Public displays of affection-save it for the right place and right time. -Expletives—find alternative expressions suitable to the environment -Running through the hall to beat the tardy bell. -Shoving someone out of the way on the way to class -Arguing about a corrective action such as a dress code infraction -Giving a compliment sarcastically -Going in the bathroom of the opposite sex -Socializing in the halls instead of taking care of business -Tucking in shirts only after being told to do so -Entering the classroom with needed materials and then asking to go to the locker -Grumbling about the class while walking down the hall and entering the room. -Using the data display as an excuse for being tardy

14 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Be on time. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Accept Compliments Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Have a positive attitude. Read data displays for bus changes. Identify Positive Examples Congregate near bus mates with peers Converse about school lessons or good experiences of the day Be ready to load as soon as possible Use manners such as, “I’m sorry”, when necessary Respond when someone speaks Be receptive to bus driver re- direction with a good attitude Notice new signage on wall, digital displays, or announcements Greet people Use noise control Be responsible for finding bus changes and spreading the word to other bus mates Identify Negative Examples Horseplaying (slap boxing) Profanity Verbal Altercations Load sluggishly Loiter/ block the bus door Being in someone’s space with no remorse Ignoring/avoiding people Changing clothes before boarding Ignoring bus changes Complain Use high volume Make no effort to find or share bus changes

15 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Don’t cut in line. Clean up after yourself. Be on time. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Correct dress code issues. Accept Compliments. Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Have a positive attitude. Pay on your account at appropriate time. Make healthy choices at lunch. Read data displays. Identify Positive Examples Socializing with language appropriate for school. Using table manners. Proceeding to class when the lunch dismissal bell rings. Cleaning up your trash. Responding respectfully (yes sir; yes ma’am) to adults. Remaining dress code compliant. Making healthy choices at lunch. Reading or studying. Identify Negative Examples Pushing, shoving, or cutting in line. Throwing food. Taking someone else’s food. Using profanity. Leaving trash on the table or floor. Loitering in cafeteria or commons after dismissal bell Ignoring adult directives. Responding disrespectfully to adults. Eating junk food instead of lunch.

16 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Use good hygiene methods. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Be quick, be tidy, be gone. Follow posted signs. Use restroom designated by teacher. Have a positive attitude. Correct dress code issues before leaving. Identify Positive Examples Be quick and courteous in the restroom. Wash your hands. Pick up after yourself, don’t leave trash Quickly going to the restroom and returning to your class. Follow all signs and directions given by adult. Tucking shirt in before leaving the restroom. Identify Negative Examples Horse play in restrooms Using profanity in the restrooms. Graffiti on walls and stalls in different types of mediums. Staying in the restroom after you are finished. Entering bathrooms when custodians have clearly posted signs not to enter. Using a restroom that is not the one designated for your use. Wearing non-approved dress code items out of the restroom.

17 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation Keep all physical contact appropriate. Use only business language. Be courteous. If you make a mistake, own it and fix it. Accept Compliments Correct dress code issues. Follow posted signs. Have a positive attitude. Read data displays. Identify Positive Examples Students maintain respectable distance. Students are ethical and use business language. Students caught violating norm-accept responsibility, fix it, & are remorseful. Students always listen to authority. Students accept compliments. Students follow signs. Students are always in dress code & love to correct problems with eagerness. Identify Negative Examples Students engage in PDA. Students openly use profanity with no regard for authority. Students caught violating a norm get defensive & blow the problem way out of proportion. Students ignore & never listen to authority. Students are rude or angered when complimented. Students never follow posted signs. Students are never in dress code & refuse to remedy the problem.

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19 Your Classroom, Your ROAR!

20 R Respect Yourself and Others O Own Your Actions A Accept Guidance R Ready Yourself for Success Expectation Identify Positive Examples Identify Negative Examples

21  Homeroom teachers will instruct students on ROAR and the various rules for the different common areas and the classroom.  Try to involve the students (possibly acting out the dos and don’ts.) If you have a group who does a good job, let us know and we will video tape them to be used in re-teaching.  Make it interesting, but make sure the students understand that this is serious stuff!!

22 Intermittent Recognition (e.g. monthly) DescriptionProceduresInclusion CriteriaExclusionary Criteria Purr-fect Students Identify students based on positive behavior, attendance, and academics Reward qualifiers with a dress- down day at the end of the month Zero discipline infractions during the month Infractions include: not being tardy, less than certain # of absences, no dress code infractions, etc… Students who are tardy to school or class or accrue any Plasco infractions are excluded Students who receive any discipline referrals are excluded. Grading Period (6 Weeks / 9 Weeks) DescriptionProceduresInclusion CriteriaExclusionary Criteria Tiger Tokens (Positive Plasco Points) Tiger tokens are distributed daily to students who exhibit positive behavior or academic successes. Student names are submitted in a weekly and 9-week drawing for prizes Tokens must be earned from a teacher or administrator for being exceptional. Students who were not recognized with tiger tokens are excluded Random DescriptionProceduresInclusion CriteriaExclusionary Criteria Discipline Points Special Events (ie…picnics, tournaments, debates, sports, etc…) Points are assigned to students based on negative behaviors according to the severity of the infraction. Points may taken away if positive PLASCO points are earned. The number of points determines what each student is eligible to attend. Exceeding a certain number of discipline points excludes students from certain events.

23 Discipline Infraction Level I (Incidental/ Violations Teacher Manages and informally tracks using preferred method Level II (Minor Violations) Teacher manages and records in DRS as an MIR Level III (Major Violation) Teacher refers in DRS and office manages

24  Eating/Drinking in Class  Talking Without Permission  Lack of Immediate Compliance  Chewing Gum  Not Following Classroom ROAR  Simple Name Calling  Horseplay (No Injury)  Public Display of Affection  Off Task Behavior  Littering  Locker Use at Wrong Time

25  Verbal Warning  Gives the Student an Opportunity to Correct  No Documentation/No Report for 1 st Offense  Multiple Offenses Push to Level 2 at Teacher’s Discretion

26  Cheating  Verbal Conflict  Disrespect  Leaving Class Without Permission

27  Trigger  Multiple Same Level 1 Offense  One Level 2 Offense  Procedure  Minor Offense Record (MIR) entered into DRS  Contact the Guardian or Parent  Conference with Student

28  Direct Refusal (“No”)  Cellphone\Electronic Devices (Student Surrenders)  Leaving Classroom with out Permission and does not Return  Skipping  False Report  Unauthorized Sales  Gambling  Failure to Report to Detention  Instigating/Interfering  Internet Misuse  Unauthorized Items  Suspected Harassment  Unwanted Contact

29  Profanity (Excessive or Directed to Staff Member)  Fighting  Drugs  Weapons  Vandalism  Written Threat  Theft/Stealing  Hitting/Kicking  Disturbance/Disrespect to the point the class can not continue.  Failure to Surrender Cell Phone

30  Trigger  Multiple Same Level 2 Offenses  One Level 3 Offense  Procedure  If the issue prevents you from continuing to teach or requires an immediate investigation, call for an administrator.  Enter Referral in DRS  Contact the Parent or Guardian

31 Level I Incidental/Violations (Non-referred/Non-recorded) Teacher managed (teacher informally tracks) Level II Minor Violations (Non-referred/Recorded) Teacher managed (Record in DRS as an MIR) Level III Major Violations (Referred/Recorded) Office managed (Refer in DRS) Level III – Room Call Major Violations (Referred/Recorded) Office managed (Refer in DRS)  Eating/Drinking in Class  Talking Without Permission  Lack of Immediate Compliance  Chewing Gum  Not Following Classroom ROAR  Simple Name Calling  Horseplay (No Injury)  Public Display of Affection  Off Task Behavior  Littering  Locker Use at Wrong Time  Other:  Lying/Cheating  Indirect, inappropriate language/gestures  Consuming food or drink in class  Public Display of Affection (kissing, groping)  Property destruction/misuse (writing on desk, gum on desk, glue on desk, etc.)  Verbal Conflict  Disrespect  Leaving Class Without Permission  Multiple Level I Offenses  Other:  Direct Refusal (“No”)  Cellphone\Electronic Devices (Student Surrenders)  Leaving Classroom with out Permission – Doesn’t Return  Skipping  False Report  Unauthorized Sales  Gambling  Failure to Report to Detention  Instigating/Interfering  Internet Misuse  Unauthorized Items  Suspected Harassment  Unwanted Contact  Multiple Level 2 Offenses  Other:  Profanity (Excessive or Directed to Staff Member)  Fighting  Drugs  Weapons  Vandalism  Written Threat  Theft/Stealing  Hitting/Kicking  Disturbance/Disrespect to the point the class can not continue.  Failure to surrender cell phone.  Other: Teacher PROCEDURE:  Inform student of rule violated  Implement classroom strategy  Contact parent if necessary (record in DRS Contact Log)  Teacher keeps an informal record Teacher PROCEDURE:  Inform student of rule violated  Describe expected behavior  Complete Minor Incident Report (MIR) in DRS  Contact parent (record in DRS Contact Log)--Required  Assign Teacher Consequence—Ex. Detention, written apology Teacher PROCEDURE:  Inform student of rule violated  Complete an Office Referral in DRS  Contact parent Teacher PROCEDURE:  Buzz the Office  Use the term “immediately” to communicate an emergency. (Office Staff will call a Code 2)  Complete an Office Referral in DRS  Contact parent, unless told by an administrator to not do so.

32 CONTACT LOG – DRS

33 MINOR INCIDENT REPORT – DRS

34 REFERRAL – DRS

35 INFORMATION IS POWER!

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