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Behavior Modification Begins In The Mirror. To be good is noble, but to teach others how to be good is nobler and less trouble. ~Mark Twain.

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1 Behavior Modification Begins In The Mirror

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

3 Positive Behavior Support ROAR Plain Dealing Middle/Senior High School

4 Teacher-Managed vs. Office-Managed LanguageLanguage LatenessLateness PreparednessPreparedness Refusing to workRefusing to work Tone/AttitudeTone/Attitude Electronic DevicesElectronic Devices Dress Code ViolationsDress Code Violations WeaponsWeapons Fighting or aggressive physical contactFighting or aggressive physical contact Aggressive LanguageAggressive Language Smoking/DrugsSmoking/Drugs Harassment of students or teachersHarassment of students or teachers Major dishonestyMajor dishonesty

5 Intervention Flow Chart Observe Problem Behavior Call the Office/ write referral Administrator will meet with student and determine consequences Problem Solve With Student Administrator follows through with consequence Has student received counseling? Is Behavior Major? Yes Administrator follows up with student and teacher Follow documented procedure Determine consequence For 3rd offense, refer to counselor No

6 Plain Dealing Middle/Senior High School Mission Statement: Plain Dealing Middle/Senior High School is committed to providing a safe environment in which students may acquire the knowledge and skills for becoming life-long learners and productive citizens.

7 ROAR Team Members Walter Cole (SS) Barbara Curry (Bus) Sherry Ford (SpEd) Harriet Johnson (Asst. Principal) Janie Johnston (Math) Sylvia McKinney (Asst. Principal) Aubrey Sayes (Principal) Kristi Sschott (Psyc) Jennifer Weber (Math)

8 What is all the ROAR about? A small, rural school in North Louisiana. A commitment to move from a negative punitive approach to discipline to a POSITIVE, PROACTIVE, and PREVENTATIVE approach (ROAR). An evolvement into a place where students and faculty live and learn in a caring atmosphere. Where teachers feel like they make a difference in the lives of students not only academically, but on a personal level as well.

9 ROAR Belief Statements Students achieve greater success in a safe, comfortable, and orderly environment.Students achieve greater success in a safe, comfortable, and orderly environment. Students are capable of learning, achieving, and behaving appropriately.Students are capable of learning, achieving, and behaving appropriately. Excellence, modeled in an environment of trust and encouragement, inspires student achievement.Excellence, modeled in an environment of trust and encouragement, inspires student achievement.

10 Why ROAR at PDMSHS? School discipline as a tool for academic and social successSchool discipline as a tool for academic and social success Behavior management as instructionBehavior management as instruction Data-based decision makingData-based decision making Continuum of behavior supportContinuum of behavior support

11 Procedures for Teaching Expected Behaviors Advisory family TimeAdvisory family Time –weekly ROAR lesson plans –Advisor/Parent must sign all progress reports and report cards Staff DevelopmentStaff Development Public Service MessagesPublic Service Messages

12 Currys Crazy Crunk Crew Reyengas Ruby Beavens Brilliant Bunch Webers Wild Ones Johnsons Family Reunion Johnstons Jewels Robinsons Royal Pride of Plain Dealing

13 WHAT IS PBS ? Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is an approach to helping students improve their difficult behavior based on four things: An Understanding that people (even teachers) do not control others, but seek to support others in their own behavior change process. A Belief that there is a reason behind most difficult behavior, that students with difficult behavior should be treated with compassion and respect, and that they are entitled to lives of quality as well as effective services.

14 Continued... The Application of a large and growing body of knowledge about how to better understand students and make humane changes in their lives that can reduce the occurrence of difficult behavior. A Conviction to continually move away from coercion - the use of unpleasant events to manage behavior.

15 Lion Code of Conduct Something to ROAR about R espectful to all O bey safety rules A chieve to your highest potential R esponsibility for ones own actions

16 Getting Started With ROAR Proactive Approach toProactive Approach to School-wide Discipline School-wide Discipline Systems ApproachSystems Approach Data-Driven ApproachData-Driven Approach

17 Creating a ROAR Environment 1.Have a genuine interest in your students. 2.Communicate classroom rules clearly. 3.Be objective, not judgmental. 4.Show that you are human. 5.Minimize the power differential in everyday communication. 6.Address problem behavior directly and immediately. 7.Adopt a collaborative approach.

18 Proactive Approach to School-wide Discipline Provide a clear system for all expected behaviorsProvide a clear system for all expected behaviors Create and maintain a productive and safe environmentCreate and maintain a productive and safe environment Establish clear expectationsEstablish clear expectations Enhance student academic andEnhance student academic and social success

19 What is a Systems Approach? Creating a positive behavioral environmentCreating a positive behavioral environment School-wide management, in and out of classroomsSchool-wide management, in and out of classrooms Consistent problem-solvingConsistent problem-solving

20 What do we expect the student to do? How will we teach the expected behavior? List positive and negative examples. Provide opportunities to practice and build fluency.

21 Each poster is designed based on the ROAR philosophy. Posters can be found throughout the school.

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25 Reward Criteria/Awards Level 1 Monthly Lion King by advisory periods Advisory Team Trophy Level 2 Free pass to Keepin It Reel Free Monthly Drawing (movie tickets, gift cards) Lion Paws collected during Advisory ( 70 paws teacher and student get t-shirt) Level 3 BIG TRIP Are you on the bus? 95% Attendance, NO Referrals, Basic or test scores

26 Procedures for Encouraging Positive Behavior LEO of the MonthLEO of the Month I Noticed Lion PawsI Noticed Lion Paws Monthly Lion KingMonthly Lion King Posters throughout schoolPosters throughout school Display of winners on The BusDisplay of winners on The Bus Regular announcements of winnersRegular announcements of winners

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28 Incentives Extended BreakExtended Break Keepin It ReelKeepin It Reel Movie TimeMovie Time Monthly DrawingsMonthly Drawings Homework PassesHomework Passes Jean DayJean Day Big TripBig Trip Free Spirit ShirtFree Spirit Shirt

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30 –Plain Dealing Middle: 06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08 Conferences: Conferences: Detention: 98 0Detention: 98 0 In-School Suspensions (GASP): In-School Suspensions (GASP): Out of School Suspensions: 37 10Out of School Suspensions: Expulsions: 1 1Expulsions: 1 1 Saturday Detention: 26 1Saturday Detention: 26 1 TOTAL REFERRALS: Data comparison...

31 Percent Reduction –Plain Dealing Middle: Conferences: 77%Conferences: 77% Detention: 100%Detention: 100% In-School Suspensions (GASP): 58%In-School Suspensions (GASP): 58% Out of School Suspensions: 73%Out of School Suspensions: 73% Saturday Detention: 97%Saturday Detention: 97% TOTAL REFERRALS: 76%

32 –Plain Dealing High: 06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08 Conferences: Conferences: Detention: 68 0Detention: 68 0 In-School Suspensions (GASP): In-School Suspensions (GASP): Out of School Suspensions: 41 19Out of School Suspensions: Expulsions: 1 0Expulsions: 1 0 Saturday Detention: 13 8Saturday Detention: 13 8 TOTAL REFERRALS: Data continued...

33 Percent Reduction –Plain Dealing High: Conferences: 54%Conferences: 54% Detention: 100%Detention: 100% In-School Suspensions (GASP): 29%In-School Suspensions (GASP): 29% Out of School Suspensions: 54%Out of School Suspensions: 54% Saturday Detention: 38%Saturday Detention: 38% TOTAL REFERRALS: 52%

34 Behavior Modification Ends In The Mirror A R E Y O U O N T H E B U S ?


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