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1 Broadview Middle School BMS November 2008

2 PBIS TEAM Nakia Hardy, Principal & 3 APs Nakia Hardy, Principal & 3 APs Leadership Team Leadership Team LEA Liaison-Jodi Crabbe LEA Liaison-Jodi Crabbe

3 GOALS FOR SESSION PBIS Broadview PBIS Broadview PBIS Incentive Implementation PBIS Incentive Implementation Barriers to Implementation and Incentives Barriers to Implementation and Incentives

4 Broadview Middle Enrollment: Enrollment: 740 students Student Student Population: 11% White 47% African- American 38% Hispanic 4% Other Socio-Economic Socio-Economic Status ~82% Free/Reduced Meals

5 BROADVIEW MIDDLE School Wide Title I School Wide Title I SES-supplemental educational services SES-supplemental educational services Title I plan-10 Components Title I plan-10 Components

6 School-Wide Expectations Be Respectful Be Respectful Be Responsible Be Responsible Be a Learner Be a Learner Be Honest Be Honest

7 PBIS Components Consistent Expectations Consistent Expectations Teach expected social skills Teach expected social skills Incentives and Rewards Incentives and Rewards Bobcat Bucks Bobcat Bucks Give Me Five-Attention Signal Give Me Five-Attention Signal

8 PBIS LEVEL OVERVIEW

9 Broadview Middle All students have a PBIS folder All students have a PBIS folder Behavior Infractions Behavior Infractions Behavior Interventions/Success Contracts Behavior Interventions/Success Contracts

10 TRAINING FOR STAFF At the beginning of the school year At the beginning of the school year Review, revisit, reflect, & TWEAK Review, revisit, reflect, & TWEAK CONTINUOUS CONTINUOUS

11 Broadview Middle How does this work? How does this work? A student receives an initial in their folder if they have not displayed appropriate behaviors. A student receives an initial in their folder if they have not displayed appropriate behaviors. Once a student has (4-1 st semester & 3- November) initials, he/she is referred to the office Once a student has (4-1 st semester & 3- November) initials, he/she is referred to the office

12 Broadview Middle How does this work? How does this work? If a student has no initials they earn 10 BOBCAT BUCKS per day. If a student has no initials they earn 10 BOBCAT BUCKS per day. 1 initial= 8 BOBCAT BUCKS 1 initial= 8 BOBCAT BUCKS (lose 2 BUCKS) (lose 2 BUCKS) 2 initials=5 BOBCAT BUCKS 2 initials=5 BOBCAT BUCKS (lose an additional 3 BUCKS-5 total) (lose an additional 3 BUCKS-5 total) 3 initials=0 BOBCAT BUCKS 3 initials=0 BOBCAT BUCKS (lose an additional 5 BUCKS-10 total) (lose an additional 5 BUCKS-10 total)

13 Broadview Middle How does this work? How does this work? Payday is every Friday Payday is every Friday Paychecks are deposited into BOBCAT BANK for incentives. Paychecks are deposited into BOBCAT BANK for incentives. Students spend their BOBCAT School Store. (Discretionary BUCKS and their Bank Account). Students spend their BOBCAT School Store. (Discretionary BUCKS and their Bank Account).

14 Broadview Middle Incentives for Students Incentives for Students Fun Day Fun Day School Trips (College Game, Womens ACC Tournament, Celebration Station, College Visits, Roll about, Putt-putt, Movies, Carowinds) School Trips (College Game, Womens ACC Tournament, Celebration Station, College Visits, Roll about, Putt-putt, Movies, Carowinds) Athletic Passes Athletic Passes Concession Passes Concession Passes CHS Athletic Passes CHS Athletic Passes Cookie Pass Cookie Pass BMS Gear & Much MORE! BMS Gear & Much MORE!

15 BOBCAT BUCKS Paychecks- Paychecks- Every Friday for student behavior. Every Friday for student behavior. Deposited in Bobcat Bank for trips. Deposited in Bobcat Bank for trips. Discretionary BUCKS- Discretionary BUCKS- Daily from all faculty and staff. Daily from all faculty and staff. Used for drawings and in School Store. Used for drawings and in School Store.

16 BOBCAT PRIDE

17 INCENTIVES Determine student motivators (survey) Determine student motivators (survey) Create an incentive schedule (summer) Create an incentive schedule (summer) Determine cost per incentive Determine cost per incentive Determine cost per student and adult Determine cost per student and adult

18 INCENTIVES Determine eligibility Determine eligibility Notify students and parents (permission slip) Notify students and parents (permission slip) Coordinate staff supervision & transportation Coordinate staff supervision & transportation

19 INCENTIVES & FUNDING Community Resources Community Resources PTA/School Groups PTA/School Groups Students and Parents Students and Parents

20 PBIS DATA

21 PBIS Benefits Overall organization and management of student behavior Overall organization and management of student behavior Students know school-wide expectations Students know school-wide expectations Students know why they are referred to the office Students know why they are referred to the office

22 PBIS CHALLENGES Bobcat Buck Inflation Bobcat Buck Inflation Consistency with staff Consistency with staff Consistency with incentives Consistency with incentives Cost for incentives Cost for incentives Planning for incentives Planning for incentives

23 SCHOOL SCHEDULE Student Day 8:20am-3:20pm Student Day 8:20am-3:20pm 4-60 minute core classes 4-60 minute core classes 1-90 minute elective 1-90 minute elective 1-20 minute WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) 1-20 minute WEB (Where Everybody Belongs)

24 PBIS in Alamance-Burlington Two middle schools fully implementing (Broadview Middle, Graham Middle) Two middle schools fully implementing (Broadview Middle, Graham Middle) Seven new schools participating in training Seven new schools participating in training (6 Elementary, 1 Alternative School) End of We will have 9 schools out of our 35 district-wide implementing PBIS with additional schools already interested in training for End of We will have 9 schools out of our 35 district-wide implementing PBIS with additional schools already interested in training for

25 PBIS in Alamance-Burlington Currently we have two PBIS trainers within our system Currently we have two PBIS trainers within our system Trainers serve as district support and on-site support when possible Trainers serve as district support and on-site support when possible ABSS and Chapel Hill/Carboro City Schools have teamed up to provide training for new sites within the Central Region ABSS and Chapel Hill/Carboro City Schools have teamed up to provide training for new sites within the Central Region

26 PBIS in Alamance-Burlington How do we support our schools? Trainers attend PBIS team meetings at individual schools Trainers attend PBIS team meetings at individual schools PBIS sites share information, visit, and collaborate regarding ideas, what works, etc. PBIS sites share information, visit, and collaborate regarding ideas, what works, etc. The EC department has set up a website that includes links, information regarding data collection, and other resources to be used by any PBIS site in ABSS. The EC department has set up a website that includes links, information regarding data collection, and other resources to be used by any PBIS site in ABSS. We are collaborating with Student Support to fund a grant to provide PBIS coaches/counselors for 5 schools currently implementing. We are collaborating with Student Support to fund a grant to provide PBIS coaches/counselors for 5 schools currently implementing.

27 PBIS in Alamance-Burlington Collaboration of Researched Based Programs/Interventions to support student growth both academically and socially. ResponsetoIntervention Capturing Kids Hearts

28 QUESTIONS Contact Information Nakia Hardy-Principal Broadview Middle School Jodi Crabbe-EC program specialist Sellars-Gunn Education Center


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