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1 PBIS Parent Presentation January 2015 Presented by: Andrea Smith & Kellie Hunt, 3 rd Grade

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

3 What is PBIS?  PBIS stands for: P ositive B ehavior I nterventions & S upports  PBIS is NOT a curriculum - it is a framework to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice toward success  PBIS IS a process for teaching children appropriate behavior and providing the supports necessary to sustain that behavior.  PBIS stands for: P ositive B ehavior I nterventions & S upports  PBIS is NOT a curriculum - it is a framework to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice toward success  PBIS IS a process for teaching children appropriate behavior and providing the supports necessary to sustain that behavior.

4 What Is PBIS? PBIS is used school wide Organized system of disciplinary actions Clear school wide expectations with incentives and consequences Actual teaching of Positive Behavior Expectations Behavioral recognition system for kids doing the right thing P BIS is used school wide O rganized system of disciplinary actions C lear school wide expectations with incentives and consequences A ctual teaching of Positive Behavior Expectations B ehavioral recognition system for kids doing the right thing

5 What’s So Good About it??  Data Driven and Team Based  Consistent with research-based principles of behavior  1,000s of schools across the US have seen continued success with an increase in positive behaviors and decrease in office referrals.  Prevents the development or worsening of problem behavior  Encourages the teaching and reinforcement of positive social expectations and behavior across all school settings.  Data Driven and Team Based  Consistent with research-based principles of behavior  1,000s of schools across the US have seen continued success with an increase in positive behaviors and decrease in office referrals.  Prevents the development or worsening of problem behavior  Encourages the teaching and reinforcement of positive social expectations and behavior across all school settings.

6  Research says we have to:  Teach  Model  Practice  Reward…if we want to see changes in behavior If we continue to do what we have always done… we’ll get the SAME RESULT!  Research says we have to:  Teach  Model  Practice  Reward…if we want to see changes in behavior If we continue to do what we have always done… we’ll get the SAME RESULT! What’s So Good About it??

7 PBIS at Lincoln Heights So….What do Teachers do?  DEFINE expectations for behavior  TEACH the expected behavior  REVIEW expectations regularly  MONITOR performance of expected behaviors  RECOGNIZE individuals when expected behaviors are demonstrated  DEFINE expectations for behavior  TEACH the expected behavior  REVIEW expectations regularly  MONITOR performance of expected behaviors  RECOGNIZE individuals when expected behaviors are demonstrated

8 PBIS at Lincoln Heights So….how does this include your child?  Developing positive and effective student behaviors requires collaborative efforts from students, teachers, support staff, administration and parents/families.  At Lincoln Heights, we believe some of the most important expectations in making a successful student learner are:  P.A.W.S.  P : Put Safety First  A: Act Responsibly  W: Work for Success  S: Show Respect and Kindness  Developing positive and effective student behaviors requires collaborative efforts from students, teachers, support staff, administration and parents/families.  At Lincoln Heights, we believe some of the most important expectations in making a successful student learner are:  P.A.W.S.  P : Put Safety First  A: Act Responsibly  W: Work for Success  S: Show Respect and Kindness

9 PBIS at Lincoln Heights So….how does this include your child?

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11 *In addition to clear expectations, there are clear consequences *Staff and administration use behavior referrals in order to monitor and track problem behaviors throughout the building *This will assist us in preventing the development of future problem behaviors

12 What’s in the future for PBIS at Lincoln Heights?  School Wide Positive Reward System  PBIS based assemblies to recognize student promoting PAWS Expectations  School Wide and Classroom Matrices  Staff Professional Development  Continued analysis of Student Referral Data  Ideas for student involvement in creation of skits/assemblies/videos to model expectations  More information for Home-to-School Connections for families  School Wide Positive Reward System  PBIS based assemblies to recognize student promoting PAWS Expectations  School Wide and Classroom Matrices  Staff Professional Development  Continued analysis of Student Referral Data  Ideas for student involvement in creation of skits/assemblies/videos to model expectations  More information for Home-to-School Connections for families …AND MORE!!!

13 TraitRestroomClassroomRecessCafeteriaHallwaysBusRestroom Cooperation Respect others. Use a quiet voice. Share. Keep body to self. Listen. Use a quiet voice. Listen. Appropriate voice. Share materials. Keep body to self. Play fair. Inside voice. Stop, look, listen, and think to assistants. Keep body to self. Use a quiet voice. Walk in line. Listen to the driver. Respect others. Use a quiet voice. Attitude Respect property. Be kind. Respect others. Be helpful. Respect other classes. Respect each other. Respectful conversations. Respect other classes. Respectful conversations. Respect property. Responsibility Wash hands. Paper towels in trash. Flush. Be prepared. Follow directions. Clean up. Clean up. Use equipment properly. Raise hand. Walk. Clean up. Walk. Keep clean. Stay to side. Stay seated safely. Wash hands. Paper towels in trash. Flush. Effort Use time wisely. Stay on task. Start work on time. Keep working. Check your work. Do your best. Be a problem solver. Practice good table manners. Walk quietly. Use a quiet voice. Use time wisely. Example of Elementary School-Wide Matrix

14 Example of Middle-School School-Wide Reward System

15 SAXON PRIDE Perseverance Respect Integrity Discipline Excellence Holding to a course of action despite obstacles Stay positive Set goals Learn from mistakes To show consideration, appreciation, and acceptance Respect yourself Respect others Demonstrate appropriate language and behavior Adherence to an agreed upon code of behavior Be responsible Do your own work Be trustworthy and trust others Managing one’s self to achieve goals and meet expectations Strive for consistency Attend class daily; be on time Meet deadlines; do your homework Being of finest or highest quality Do your personal best Exceed minimum expectations Inspire excellence in others Example of High-School School-Wide Universals & Matrix

16 Questions? Contact: or “Madame Principal” aka Nancy


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