1 PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions & Support KHS is cruising their S.H.I.P.
2 PBIS: Team Members Jenny Esthay Heather Doucet Tim Gabor Polly Martin Donald RichardDusty SmithMarc Turner
3 Purpose of PBISTeach and manage social behaviors directly and proactively (positively and preventively)... (Positive adult-to-student interactions exceed negative).Increase the success of social behavior to maximize academic success. Positive behavior more effective than problem behaviorCreate an even more positive environment throughout KHS
4 School-Wide Expectations “Climb aboard the Pirate's S.H.I.P.” SuccessHonestyIntegrityPride
5 Teaching The Students Discuss "S.H.I.P.“ Model and teach expected behaviorReward/ReinforceStudents will be called to the gym/cafeteria by grade level
11 Pirate BucksHow to Earn Them?How to Redeem Them?
12 (Teachers’ Discretion) (examples) Earning Pirate Bucks(Teachers’ Discretion) (examples)BehaviorPirate BucksEarnedEntire class completes and turns in homework for entire six weeks50Student completes and turns in all homework for three weeks10Entire class completes and turns in homework on timeStudent shows improvement on test scores and quiz scoresStudent displays proper behaviors and attitudes during schoolStudent uses polite, respectful language (please, thank you, excuse me, ma’am, sir, etc.)Student performs“random act of kindness”
13 Earning Pirate Bucks (Mandatory) Pirate Bucks Behavior Earned Please throw away!!All students on time for class when recognized by administration10All students in proper dress code when recognized by administrationAll students are present in class when recognized by administration**Rewards will be given during Homeroom!
14 Pirate Buck Purchase Prices Name of RewardPirate BuckPricePirate Card500Homework PassFree Dress Day Pass400Free Sports Admission Pass300Free Friday Jean Day Pass200Any Shoe Day Pass150Non-uniform Shirt Day PassAny Sock Day PassHat Day PassFront of the Lunch Line Pass100Locker Pass50Passes will be Dated
15 Rewards can be purchased Fridays During Lunchfor the following week
16 Infraction System*If students do not follow the rules, they must learn that consequences will follow!
17 Minor Infractions After-School Detention Fill out form & send to officeMust be preceded by a warning & modeling /teaching of correct behaviorAfter 3 write ups = PBIS Committee
18 After School Detention Program Kaplan High SchoolAfter School Detention Program____________________________ in ________ grade has been assigned to after school detention on _________________ by___________________ ___________.(Date (1 day notice) (Teacher)Please circle: Monday Tuesday Wednesday ThursdayIn AC Room or Class Rm # __________ Time: 2:30-3:40Warning Date: __________________________________________________________ has permission to attend the After School Detention Program.Transportation will be provided by the parent or guardian. The program will be conducted by School Personnel. Failure to attend, without advance notification, will result in A.C.Parent/Guardian Signature _______________ Date _____ Principal/Designee _______________
19 Examples of Behaviors by Severity MinorDisruptive TalkingChewing GumRunning in hallHorseplayAccidental Profanity
20 Examples of Behaviors by Severity MajorFightingWeaponsCursingBullyingDisrespect
21 Examples of Behaviors by Severity CrisisFightingArson/FlammablesWeaponsDrugsIntruderBomb threat
22 Major Infractions (VPSB Handbook) Fill out form & send to officeHandled by Administration