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									        School-Wide
     Positive Behavioral
 Interventions & Supports
            (PBIS)

KEEPING UP THE MOMENTUM


       Presented by: Milt McKenna
    Set Up/My Goal Today

• Provide “NEW” Ideas
• Create Energy for “OLD”
  Ideas
• Provide Useful Info
• Reinforce Current Situation
          In The Beginning
• PBIS WAS NEW !!
  – SNI
• We/You did whatever it took to keep it
  going (fresh)
• A person with a PASSION
• Lot‘s of Excitement
• Enthusiasm
• New Ideas
        As time wore on . . . .
•   Less enthusiasm
•   Same old stuff
•   Burn out
•   No delegation
•   Overworked
•   Overwhelmed
•   Etc…..Etc…Etc…
?        ?
    What Happened?
                     ?
?
         ? ?
How do we Get it back?

?        ? ?
Challenge #1
Challenge # 2
Challenge # 3
Challenge # 4
               Challenge # 5
Competing, Inter-related National Goals
• Improve literacy, math, geography, science,
  etc.
• Make schools safe, caring, & focused on
  teaching & learning
• Improve student character & citizenship
• Eliminate bullying
• Prevent drug use
• Prepare for postsecondary education
• Provide a free & appropriate education for all
• Prepare viable workforce
• Affect rates of high risk, antisocial behavior
• Leave no child behind
• Etc….
               Challenge # 6

The key is not to prioritize what's on
your schedule, but to schedule your
priorities.”

Steven Covey
THE   DO NOTs
Sit Back - Relax
      Functions

         Data

Reinforcers/Recognition

       Funding
    Functions
         Data

Reinforcers/Recognition

       Funding
FUNCTIONS
                                      Sample Teaming Matrix
   Initiative,         Purpose               Outcome                  Target          Staff        SIP/SID
  Committee                                                           Group         Involved

Attendance         Increase           Increase % of students       All students   Eric, Ellen,    Goal #2
Committee          attendance         attending daily                             Marlee

School Climate     Improve Climate    Improve Climate              All students   Marlee, J.S.,   Goal #3
Committee                                                                         Ellen, Eric

Safety Committee   Improve safety     Predictable response to      Dangerous      Has not met     Goal #3
                                      threat/crisis                students

School Spirit      Enhance school     Improve morale               All students   Has not met
Committee          spirit

Discipline         Improve behavior   Decrease office referrals    Bullies,       Ellen, Eric,    Goal #3
Committee                                                          antisocial     Marlee, Otis
                                                                   students,
                                                                   repeat
                                                                   offenders
S&DFS Committee    Prevent drug use                                High/at-risk   Don
                                                                   drug users

PBIS Work Group    Implement 3-tier   Decrease office referrals,   All students   Eric, Ellen,    Goal #2
                   model              increase attendance,                        Marlee, Otis,   Goal #3
                                      enhance academic                            Emma
                                      engagement, improve
                                      grades
                             REORGANIZATION
                           of PBIS Duties
  Behavior            Family   Awards and                  Instruction       ???
                   Involvement Incentives

Go for the Green   Parent PBIS Survey   Golden Egg         Code of Conduct
program                                 Shopping cart      Lessons           ???

Code of Conduct    Home Matrix          Weekly golden      Professional
Matrix                                  Egg Awards         Development       ???


Hallway Code of    Good News            Quarterly golden
Conduct            Ambassadors          Egg Awards

Peer Mediation     Parent orientation   Teacher
                                        Incentives

Safety patrol


New Student
Orientation
      Functions

       Data
Reinforcers/Recognition

       Funding
 What Do You Do With Data ?

• Make Informed Decisions
• Look At Trends
• Use Data To Inform
      ODR Instructional Benefit
2001-2002      2277
2002-2003    - 1322
            = 955 42% improvement
            = 42,975 min. @ 45 min.
      = 716.25 hrs
= 119 days of Instructional time
       Office Re fe rrals pe r Day pe r M onth
A v e R e f e rra ls p e r D a y               Last Year and This Year
                            20

                            15


                            10

                                   5

                                   0
                                       Sept   Oct   Nov   Dec   Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   Jun
                                                          School Months
                         IF...                                FOCUS ON...

   More than 40% of students receive one or more
    office referrals                                       School Wide System
   More than 2.5 office referrals per student
   More than 35% of office referrals come from
    non-classroom settings
   More than 15% of students referred from non-          Non-Classroom System
    classroom settings
   More than 60% of office referrals come from the
    classroom
   50% or more of office referrals come from less          Classroom Systems
    than 10% of classrooms
   More than 10-15 students receive 5 or more         Targeted Group Interventions /
    office referrals                                        Classroom Systems
   Less than 10 students with 10 or more office
    referrals
   Less than 10 students continue rate of referrals    Individual Student Systems
    after receiving targeted group settings
   Small number of students destabilizing overall
    functioning of school
                            IF...                                   FOCUS ON...

   More than 40% of students receive one or more office
    referrals                                                    School Wide System
   More than 2.5 office referrals per student
   More than 35% of office referrals come from non-
    classroom settings
   More than 15% of students referred from non-                Non-Classroom System
    classroom settings
   More than 60% of office referrals come from the
    classroom
   50% or more of office referrals come from less than           Classroom Systems
    10% of classrooms
   More than 10-15 students receive 5 or more office        Targeted Group Interventions /
    referrals                                                     Classroom Systems
   Less than 10 students with 10 or more office referrals
   Less than 10 students continue rate of referrals after
    receiving targeted group settings                         Individual Student Systems
   Small number of students destabilizing overall
    functioning of school
                           IF...                                    FOCUS ON...

   More than 40% of students receive one or more office
    referrals                                                    School Wide System
   More than 2.5 office referrals per student
   More than 35% of office referrals come from non-
    classroom settings
   More than 15% of students referred from non-                Non-Classroom System
    classroom settings
   More than 60% of office referrals come from the
    classroom
   50% or more of office referrals come from less than           Classroom Systems
    10% of classrooms
   More than 10-15 students receive 5 or more office        Targeted Group Interventions /
    referrals                                                     Classroom Systems
   Less than 10 students with 10 or more office
    referrals
   Less than 10 students continue rate of referrals after   Individual Student Systems
    receiving targeted group settings
   Small number of students destabilizing overall
    functioning of school
                                                            INTENSIVE




                                                            TARGETED




                                                                          UNIVERSAL




School counseling services          Second Step          FBAs/BIPs         School health services   Social skills, bully proofing, and/or anger management groups

Student Intervention Plans      School wide PBIS   Health Education Voluntary State Curriculum          Behavioral contracting         Character Education
Section 504 Plans and/or IEPs       Check-in/Check-out      Alternative programs     Responsive counseling   School mental health services     Bullying Prevention
Expanded School Mental Health Initiatives and Interagency Partnerships
  Triangle     Tier 3
  Activity:
Applying the
Three-Tiered
  Logic to
Your School
                   Tier 2




                        Tier 1
  Functions

    Data

Reinforcers/
 Recognition
   Funding
REINFORCERS

              Cougar Traits in the Community

Student Name __________________________________

Displayed the Cougar Trait of:
         Respect
         Responsibility
         Caring
         Citizenship
   Acknowledging SW Expectations:
          REINFORCERS
           “RATIONALE”
• Humans require regular & frequent feedback
  on their actions
• Humans experience frequent feedback from
  others, self, & environment
• W/o formal feedback to encourage desired
  behavior, other forms of feedback shape
  undesired behaviors
How Do you “Redeem” Reinforcers?
 • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Drawings
 • Group Rewards
 • Purchase (Token Economy):
   – School Store items
   – Prize Cart
   – Privileges
     •   Time on computers      Bus Announcements
     •   Lunch with …           Answer Phone
     •   Dances/Parties         Computer time
     •   Homework Pass
     •   Dress Down Day (Faculty also)
                       Samples
                               •   Extra dessert
•   High Fives
                               •   Class event
•   Gotchas
•   Traveling Passport         •   G.O.O.S.E
•        What really matters
    Super Sub Slips, Bus
    Bucks
                               •   1-Free Period
                               •   Massage
•
•
        Is the POSITIVE social
    Back/front of bus
    Free homework coupon       •   File stuffer
•         acknowledgement
    Discount school store,
    grab bag
                               •
                               •
                                   Coffee Coupon
                                   Golden Plunger
•            & interaction!!
    Early dismissal/Late
    arrival                    •   Give Em’ a Hand
•   First/last in Line         •   Kudos
•   Video store coupon, free   •   Positive Office Referrals
    fries                      •   BASS=Behavior +
•   BUG=Bringing up                Academics = Student
    Grades
                                   Success
 So, with all of this going on, how
     do we maintain energy,
dedication, forward movement for
               PBIS?

          ASSESS:
     Where you Are
  Where You have been
  Where you want to go
      CELEBRATE
• SUCCESS
  –ODR’s
  –SUSPENSIONS
  –POSITIVES
  –FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
            PBIS Matrix for Home
I am respectful    Listen to my parents
                   Be truthful to my parents
                   Play cooperatively
                   Speak nicely to others

I am responsible   Put away my toys, bike, and equipment
                   Help with jobs at home
                   Follow my parents’ directions
                   Share Thursday folder with parents

I am safe          Play safely with others
                   Stay in designated areas
                   Stay away from strangers
                   Wear bike helmet and equipment

I am prepared      Finish homework and share with parent
                               •   .
                   Pack backpack at night for school the next day
                   Go to bed on time
                   Get up and get ready for school when called
    Family                                                SETTING

   Teaching
                                     Morning               Meal
    Matrix                 At home
                                     Routine
                                               Homework
                                                           Times
                                                                    In Car   Play   Bedtime




                Respect
               Ourselves
Expectations




               Respect
               Others




               Respect
               Property
         The Power Of Teaching
•   “If a child doesn’t know how to read, we teach.”
•   “If a child doesn’t know how to swim, we teach.”
•   “If a child doesn’t know how to multiply, we teach.”
•   “If a child doesn’t know how to drive, we teach.”
•   “If a child doesn’t know how to behave, we … … teach?
    …punish?”



        Why can’t we finish the last sentence as
         automatically as we do the others?
                                             PBIS Philosophy
Reviewing Strive for Five
              • Be respectful.
              • Be safe.
              • Work peacefully.
              • Strive for excellence.
              • Follow directions.
“GOLDEN PLUNGER”                         “1 FREE PERIOD”
• Involve custodian                      • Contributing to a safe,
• Procedure                                caring, effective school
   – Custodian selects one classroom/      environment
     hallway each week that is clean &
     orderly                             • Procedures
   – Sticks gold-painted plunger with       – Given by Principal
     banner on wall                         – Principal takes over class for one hour
                                            – Used at any time




  “G.O.O.S.E.”                           “DINGER”
• “Get Out Of School Early”              • Reminding staff to have
   – Or “arrive late”                      positive interaction
• Procedures                             • Procedures
   – Kids/staff nominate                    – Ring timer on regular, intermittent
   – Kids/staff reward, then pick             schedule
                                            – Engage in quick positive interaction
      Functions

         Data

Reinforcers/Recognition

      Funding
              FUNDING

• PTA
• ADMINISTRATOR
• LOCAL VENDORS (School Night at
  Pizza Hut)
  – Follow up with letters/certificates of
    appreciation
• Soup er Mondays
• Ask For Donations
    Regional/Local Forum
• Coaches
• Team Leaders
• Team Members
• Newsletter
• Other Ways To Share??
               Collaboration



TEAM Work !!
       School-Wide
    Positive Behavioral
Interventions & Supports
           (PBIS)
Keeping Up the Momentum

          Milt McKenna
       www.pbismaryland.org
     mmckenna@msde.state.md.us

								
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