Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Neptune Middle School 2009 - 2010 What is Positive Behavior Support? A way to focus on positive behaviors and decrease focus on negative behaviors. System helps students want to learn, model, and repeat desired behaviors and expectations. Teachers, administration, and students focus on the positive, thereby changing the school climate. What is an Expectation A behavior or procedure that students need to follow for the health, safety, or classroom management. Procedures vary upon area and teacher. All based upon the expectations of being a H.A.W.K. HAWK good Habits Accountable Work ethic Kind How Students are Rewarded Students can earn awards throughout the day following Seahawk expectations. Reward contingent on desired behavior. Students can’t loose rewards or activities after being earned. Each reward is based on student’s behavior at a specific time or moment. Any teacher or staff member can reward the student when seen modeling expectations. The “Sand Dollar” SEAHAWK SAND DOLLAR States Expectations Good H abits Tear off packs A ccountable W ork Ethic Can be exchanged K ind for rewards SEAHAWK SAND DOLLAR Student Rewards PBS Store Ice Cream Social Cookie Decorating Party Pizza and Music Party Fear Factor Luau Free Pizza or Slushy Coupon Eat Outside SAND DOLLAR SAVING PLAN Sand Activity Month Dollars Sept 1-10 (Grade Levels) Fear Factor Oct 22 20 (school-wide) No Tardies 6,7,8 No office referrals Nov. 1 Student receives a sand dollar or (School-Wide Awarded for Participation Project) coupon for participation in this event. Dec 17-19 1-20 #1 (Grade Levels) No office referrals TEAM EVENT Jan (optional) 1-10 No office referrals Feb 17-19 1-20 #2 No office referrals (Grade Levels) March 1 Student receives a sand dollar or (School-Wide Awarded for Participation Project) coupon for participation in this event. Luau Social April 17 (rain 30 date April 20) No absences during FCAT No office referrals Buy a table outside with 4 Sept. thru 25 friends at lunch June PBS- STORE Sept. thru 0-25 Other Sand Dollar Uses Available: PBS cart, Front of the lunch line, Job shadow an administrator for 2 periods, PBS student of the Week Drawing, Golden Steering Award to the best bus and bus driver, PBS Skit with four June PBS- STORE /Team/ Grade-Level Varies on the item, activity, or friends on T.V, Man (or woman) on the street video interview, Hot dog or BBQ lunch, Pep Grade-Level rally, field Day, and much, much , more In our first year of implementation, we received a PBS Model School designation for our 6th Grade Center. Our discipline referrals had decreased significantly and our recognition program was a hit with the students and faculty. Total Referrals Total Days Total Per/Day Per/Month Month 04-05 05-06 04-05 05-06 04-05 05-06 August 73 53 10 17 7.3 3.1 September 227 137 17 21 13.4 6.5 October 344 134 21 18 16.4 7.4 November 389 175 19 18 20.5 9.7 December 257 97 16 12 16.1 8.1 January 253 156 19 20 13.3 7.8 February 397 208 19 19 20.9 10.9 March 310 159 18 18 17.2 8.8 April 340 172 20 18 17.0 9.6 May 334 161 17 17 19.6 9.5 2924 1452 176 178 16.6 8.2 Fear Factor is held in October so students have had time to collect enough Sand Dollars to purchase a ticket. Our second semester event is the Luau. This is another extremely popular PBS Experience. Set up and organization for the Luau requires dedication and a tremendous amount of teacher and student labor. May 2009 PBS Store Currency for Store SEAHAWK SAND DOLLAR Good H abits A ccountable W ork Ethic K ind SEAHAWK SAND DOLLAR RtI and PBS Terminology Response to Intervention & Positive Behavior Support Universal/School-Wide/Classroom/Tier I/Core Curriculum Targeted Group/Tier 2/Supplemental Services Individual/Tier 3/Intensive Step 1 – Step 2 – Problem Problem Identification Analysis Step 4 – Step 3 – Evaluate Implement Is it Working? Make instructional decisions based on the review and analysis of student data Progress Monitoring includes graphing the results Response to Intervention Did we meet the intervention goal? - Review the Goal Statement on the Analyzing Patterns Worksheet Are there: - Decreases in problem behavior - Increases in appropriate behavior - Achievement of broader goals - Increases in academic achievement PBS Rocks!
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