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1 Revised 09/20141 Booker T. Washington HS 2014-2015 Booker T. Washington HS School-wide PBIS Plan (Discipline Plan) 2014-2015 715 S. Lauderdale St. ● Memphis, TN 38126 Alisha Kiner, Principal

2 2 Guiding Principles Vision Mission Beliefs Revised 09/2014

3 3 Vision Booker T. Washington High School's mission is for students to become equipped with the intellectual, technological and social skills that will allow them to exceed the expectations of state and national standards. One Team, One Goal: To Educate, Elevate and Illuminate Students Who Are Top Rate.

4 Revised 09/20144 Mission Booker T. Washington High School will provide each student with an education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes self- discipline, motivation and excellence. The entire school community will be fully committed to utilizing the academic, technological, and social resources necessary to develop self-sufficient life-long learners.

5 Revised 09/20145Beliefs Student learning is our chief priority Given a variety of instructional strategies and assessments, all students, including special needs students, can achieve higher levels of academic success Given a safe, supportive and challenging environment, students will be able to accept shared responsibility for their own academic achievement Teachers, students, staff, parents, and community share in site-based decision-making which establishes and sustains a culture of respectful, self-directed, life-long learners We will continue to follow a policy of research-based staff development to equip our faculty with the knowledge and skills necessary and assess student learning.

6 Revised 7/12 6 Goals or Objectives Increase student attendance by 5% Decrease office referrals to office by 10% Decrease suspensions by 10% Decrease ISS repeat offenders by 2% each six weeks.

7 SCS School-wide PBIS (Discipline) Team Worksheet 2014-15 Name of School: Booker T. Washington Middle and High School PBIS Team is representative of the school faculty and includes an administrator. Fill in the names of team members and designate counselor who will serve as Team Leader (TL) / Internal Coach Administrator*: James Bush Principal: Alisha Kiner Professional School Counselor* Shalonda Williams/ Gwendolyn Robinson School Psychologist -------------- General Education Teacher(s) SCEA Representative* : Dexter Flannagan Elected Teachers*: Michael Holmes, Walter Wolfe, Doris Jones, Tecia Marshall Special Education Teacher*: Sarah Speed Related Arts Teacher(s) ---------- Students: --------- Educational Assistant(s)/ Non-Certified Staff – Mr. T. Donald Community Member ----------- Parents: Ms. Tymika White ISS Assistant *: Michael Phillips Campus Monitor*: Doris Webber Cafeteria/Custodial Staff ---------- Bus Driver ------------------ External PBIS Coach: Other: Samantha Greer 7 Revised 09/2014

8 Meeting Schedule Meeting Schedule See Next Slide for Further Instructions on Names of Team Members The (PBIS) Discipline Team meets every other Monday from 3:30pm-4:30pm in the library. Each agenda/ minutes are submitted to the Instructional Facilitator and the Internal PBIS Coach. Revised 09/20148

9 9 Monitoring Process How is data used by the School-wide PBIS Team to determine progress toward goals and Action Plan? The PBIS Team will present Compstat Report out- SDIS at the Leadership meetings every 20-day period. One presenter will be chosen from the PBIS (Discipline) committee to present data to the Leadership Team.

10 Celebration How do you communicate your successes School-wide, at the staff level and at the student level? –Announcements –Bulletin Boards –Publications –Website –Faculty/Parent meetings –Community Events/ Programs Revised 09/201410

11 Revised 09/201411 School Rules Be courteous. Keep your hands, feet, and negative remarks to yourself. Follow directions the first time given. Always be on time and prepared. Respect yourself, others and school property. Eat and drink in the cafeteria only.

12 Behavioral Expectation Matrix RULESCLASSROOMCAFETERIAHALLWAYRESTROOMBUS Be Prompt.Arrive to class on time Arrive in the cafeteria before the tardy bell sounds Move quickly to class Use the restroom in between classes Arrive at the bus stop on time. Be Respectful.Follow directions first time given No shouting across the table Walk to the right side of the hall way No horse playing in the restroom Use your “inside” voice when speaking to others. Be Responsible.Bing all classroom materials to class Empty your tray after eating No running or shouting in the hallway Flush and / or throw away all personnel items Don’t leave paper, trash, or personal items on the bus. Be Safe.Keep hands and feet to self No throwing items or running in he cafeteria Walk to the right side of the hall way Wash you hands before leaving the restroom Remain in your seat while the bus is moving. Revised 09/2014

13 Revised 7/1213 Develop Pre-Referral Behavior Classification Develop Pre-Referral Behavior Classification (Develop & Insert your charts of Staff Managed and Office Managed behaviors based on the sample on the following page) Staff ManagedOffice Managed Minor Problem Behavior (Staff)Major Problem Behavior (Office) Inappropriate Language Abusive Language/ Inappropriate Language/ Profanity Physical Contact/Physical Aggression Fighting/ Physical Aggression Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Revised 09/2014

14 Staff & Office Managed Behavior Chart Minor Problem Behavior (Staff) DefinitionMinor Examples Major Problem Behavior (Office) DefinitionsMajor Examples Inappropriate Language Any spoken, written, or non-verbal communication that insults, mocks, belittles, or slanders another person. Comments (profanity) and gestures that are not directed at an individual, harmless rumors. “All your family is dumb,” “This sucks,” “Crap,” “Butthead”, “Stupid”, “What the!” Abusive Language/ Inappropriate Language/ Profanity Verbal messages that include profanity, name calling or use of words in an inappropriate way. Profanity directed at an individual, hostile threats either written, spoken, or non-verbal Physical Contact/Physical Aggression Student engages in non- serious, but inappropriate physical contact. Silly horseplay, playful grabbing, pinching, non- aggressive punching or slapping, chasing, shoving, inadvertent physical contact, stepping on feet Fighting/ Physical Aggression Actions involving serious physical contact where injury may occur (e.g., hitting, punching, hitting with an object, kicking, hair pulling, scratching, etc.). Hitting, punching, kicking, hair pulling, scratching, choking, biting Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Student engages in brief or low-intensity failure to respond to adult requests. Talking back, not following directions, sleeping, refusal to complete assignments, ignoring request of adult Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Refusal to follow directions, talking back and/or socially rude interactions. Refusal to comply with established rules, leaving class without permission, overtly verbally defiant/argumentative 14 Revised 09/2014

15 15 Observe problem behavior Problem solve Determine consequence Follow procedure documented File necessary documentation Send referral to office File necessary documentation Determine consequence Follow through with consequences Problem solve Follow documented procedure Write referral & Escort student to office Follow up with student within a week Is behavior staff managed? Does student have 3? YESNO YES Find a place to talk with student(s) Ensure safety Develop Pre-referral Flow Chart

16 Teach the Rules, Expectations and Procedures Describe here how you communicate and teach the School-wide rules, expectations and procedures including: –Classroom rules should be the same as school-wide rules; behavioral expectations may differ by location –Lesson Plans (taught within at least the first 5 days each semester and ongoing booster/review sessions as needed) See sample next page and see websites at end of document for more examples –Opportunities for practice –Active monitoring of rule following behavior –Posting rules prominently in all areas of building(s) –Media (announcements, Channel 1, etc.) 16 Revised 09/2014

17 17 School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK Entering school Closing of school/buses Passing Classes Lunchroom Assemblies Referrals Restrooms Hall passes

18 Entering the Building Students may enter the building beginning at 7:30AM Students may enter the school building through the front doors (Lauderdale Street) entrance from 7:30 AM – 8:15 AM Students may only go to the cafeteria or the atrium area before the bell rings at 8:00 AM Students may enter building in appropriate school uniform only and come through the metal detectors. Students are expected to be in their 1 st block class by 8:15AM. All students who arrive to school after 8:15AM should have a parent check them in school at the Georgia Ave entrance. Classroom consequences will be implemented during this time period. The student must make arrangements to make up any missed assignment with the first block teacher. 18 School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK Revised 09/2014

19 Cafeteria Students will respect the authority of supervising monitors. Students will talk using quiet voices. Students will remain seated, if not in the serving line. Students will keep their area clean and dispose of all trash in the appropriate places. Students will display appropriate behavior in the serving lines/areas. 19 School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK Revised 09/2014

20 Assemblies Students will enter assembly area with the classroom teacher. Students will not talk upon entering, during, or leaving the assembly. Students will sit up straight and be attentive. Teachers are to remain with classes in auditorium. 20 School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK

21 Closing of School Students must exit the building at 3:15 p.m. There is NO re-entry into the building once the students are dismissed. Bus riders are dismissed at 3:10 p.m. Teachers are to monitor the halls as students are leaving to ensure that students are safe and exiting the building. If teachers/ students have after school activities, they are to exit the building and report to the gym. Students will be picked up from the gym by their sponsor and be escorted to the meeting location by the sponsor. 21 School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK

22 22 Hall Passes Take care of personal business between classes. Teachers should not let students out of the room except in true emergencies. If a student leaves class without permission, it warrants an immediate office referral. Students should remain seated until the bell rings at the end of class. The teacher will dismiss the class – not the bell! Students should not be allowed to leave AT ALL, for any reason, during the first 15 minutes and the last 15 minutes of each class period. Students MUST have a hall pass at all times – NO EXCEPTIONS! (this includes taking attendance scanners). School Procedures SEE PARENT AND STUDENT HANDBOOK Revised 09/2014

23 23 School-wide Incentives Revised 09/2014 Students who follow the rules would be rewarded by: 1.Out of uniform pass 2.Ice cream socials 3.Lunch with an administrator 4.Field trips

24 Revised 09/201424 Teacher Incentives Drawings for prizes Extra planning block

25 Revised 09/201425 Identify Your Resources for Incentives Adopters –STREETS –Emmanuel Center –FedEx –BTW Alumni Community agencies & businesses Restaurants Fundraisers Churches Parent Volunteers

26 Communication with Parents & Community Partners Communications and activities with parents and community members about PBIS and your School-wide PBIS Plan. –School Website –School Newsletter –Parentlink –Coffee with Kiner –Email blasts Revised 09/201426

27 Revised 7/1227 Character Education Health/ P.E. School-Wide Rules Advisor and Advisee sessions Guidance Sessions (school counselor) Revised 09/2014

28 28 ATOD Prevention Lifetime Wellness classes include an alcohol, tobacco, and drug prevention components taught by the Wellness teacher. Midtown Mental Health allocates two staff members on Monday of each week to provide support for students involved in alcohol, tobacco, or drug abuse, personally or within their families.

29 Revised 09/201429 Bullying Prevention Training with faculty: Please give implementation details –Professional development (PD)will be provided to faculty annually by the school counselors –PD will define bullying/intimidation, recognizing early stages, and providing strategies for addressing Training of students: Please give implementation details –Professional development (PD)will be provided to students annually by the school counselors –This program is in conjunction with SCS policy/ curriculum

30 Revised 09/201430 Violence Prevention Programs Peer Mediation Kingian Nonviolence Bullying prevention programs Conflict resolution These programs take place during classroom guidance sessions as well as group and advisor/advisee sessions.

31 Tier 2/Intervention Team (For Students with 2-5 Office Referrals) Team members: School Counselor, administrator, appropriate instructional staff and behavior related personnel. Will monitor group and targeted interventions such as group counseling Evaluate outcomes of interventions and make adjustments for students Revised 09/201431

32 32 Intervention Strategies Describe secondary interventions (Tier 2) for students who have been referred to the office 2 - 5 times, such as: –group counseling (the group will depend on the infraction) –Brief/simple behavior plans for repeated minor infractions and over 5 days out of school suspension (using BIM and other resources), –During meetings plans will be evaluated. Revised 09/2014

33 33 Tier 3 Tertiary Interventions (For students with 6 or more office referrals) How does your School Support Team (S-Team) identify and plan for these students? Teachers, Guidance Counselor, Parents and the student are a part of the planning to create the best most fruitful options for the student. Number of expulsions 2013-14: 1 Number of suspensions 2013-14: 45 Revised 09/2014

34 34 Green zone 0 – 1, yellow zone 2 – 5, red zone 6+ office referrals Tier 1 Primary Prevention: School-/Classroom- Wide Systems for All Students, Staff, & Settings Tier 2 Secondary Prevention: Specialized Group Systems for Students with At-Risk Behavior Tier 3 Tertiary Prevention: Specialized Individualized Systems for Students with High-Risk Behavior % of Students % CONTINUUM OF School-wide INSTRUCTIONAL & POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT % Revised 09/2014

35 35 2013-2014 PBIS School Triangle 2013-2014 PBIS School Triangle

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