"Welcome to Greenview Knolls"
Welcome to Greenview Knolls Where Character Counts 350 300 250 200 150 Displine Data 100 50 2004-2005 0 Displine Data C R ls ns 2005-2006 BM D ra O sio r fe en re sp l ta Su To School Demographics 511 Population 26% FARMS 57% Caucasian 28% African American 6% Hispanic 6% Asian 2% Native American School Ethnicity Report 70 Percentage 60 50 % Enrolled 40 30 % Referrals 20 10 0 W o As n Am Af n te tin ica ia hi La er Am e tiv Na Ethnic Groups The Greenview Knolls Pledge I promise to demonstrate Greenview Knolls pride by being: Respectful to others and the school building Responsible in my self-control and learning and Caring in my words and actions School Wide Rules 1) Speak kind words—Caring 2) Keep hands, feet, and objects to self— Respect 3) Listen while others speak—Respect 4) Follow directions the first time they are given—Responsibility 5) Use materials and equipment appropriately and safely—Responsibility Respect What it Looks Like Treating others the way you want to be treated Keeping hands to yourself Listening while others are talking Helping the custodians keep the school clean Shaking hands with other team win or lose-playing fair Respect What it Sounds Like Kind words Quiet voices “Please” and “thank you” Congratulating the opposing team with ”good game” Responsibility What it Looks Like Accepting the consequences of your choices Be prepared-have supplies Always trying to do your best Being dependable Being truthful Responsibility What it Sounds Like Saying," I was wrong. What can I do to correct the problem?” Never saying. “I can’t.” Always saying “I will try.” “I’m returning the things I borrowed Caring What it Looks Like Thinking about other peoples feelings Being thankful for what others do for you Forgiving others, everyone makes mistakes Caring What it Sounds Like “Can I help you?” I will share things I have with others Saying “I’m sorry” when you have hurt someone’s feelings Being a good citizen by reciting the school and nation’s pledge in the morning Give-A-Hoots Positive reinforcement coupons Randomly given to students Focus on character traits in pledge Used by all staff and bus drivers Weekly drawing Over 22,000 distributed this year! Character Counts Periodic celebrations for students who consistently behave in a respectful, responsible, and caring manner Dance Arts and Crafts Ice Cream Social Jump rope demonstration STAFF INCENTIVES Staff Member of the Week Staff Breakfast – Drawings “Kudos” to You, Your efforts are worth more than “gold,” etc. Recognition from Central Office Pictures From PBIS Golden Plunger Awarded weekly to the bathroom that is cleanest Students taking responsibility for bathroom appearance Golden Trash Can Awarded weekly to classroom that is cleanest Students taking responsibility for showing respect and caring to their surroundings Each class decorates the trash can with something special BMC Free Day Banner Displayed at school entrance Each day with no BMC referrals Student with referral removes banner Owl Pal Shadow the Owl Caring toward new students New student receives welcome packet Owl Pal assigned to assist new student Tour of building, meet staff, learn pledge Lunch with BMC monitor/counselor Other “goodies” Purpose – to begin on positive note Spirit- Building Door Decorating Contest (PBIS Theme) Hats On to Good Behavior Twin Day Mismatch Day PBIS poster contest Spirit Days Hoot-A-Thon Monthly Assemblies Good Citizen- Respect, Responsibility, Caring Attendance Awards Rule Review & Reinforcement Student Council Character Council Based on Respect, Responsibility Caring Community Service Student Surveys Dissemination of information Second Step Empathy Problem- Solving Impulse Control Respect Responsibility Caring Total Referrals by grade 80 60 Total Referrals 40 by grade 20 Referrals 0 K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 0 50 100 150 200 PM O th er D IV isr L up tio D n ef ia nc e PC To ta l Series1 Red-2004-2005= 2.9% 2005-2006= 1.3% Yellow-2004-2005= 5.7% 2005-2006= 4.8% Green-2004-2005= 91.4% 2005-2006= 93.7% 100% 80% Behavior Graph 60% 6+ referrals 40% Behavior Graph 2-5 referrals 20% 0% Behavior Graph 2004- 2005- 0-1 referrals 2005 2006 Targeted Interventions Yellow Zone Analyze Data to determine Individual students • Individual & Small group social skills • Behavior contracting 4th Grade interventions • Lunch & Recess modifications • “Check your behavior” competition • Changes made as dictated by data Red Zone Selective placement in homerooms Prevention/early intervention Referral to counselor Individual Behavior Plans Mentors Alternatives to suspension PBIS History 5th year of implementation Administrative support & participation Grade level representation on team SWIS Staff development Alternatives to Suspension In-School Suspension Alternative lunch/recess Invite parent to sit in class with student Counselor/BMC monitor sit in class with student Behavior contracts Evaluation SWIS Data ODR Data Teacher/Student/ Parent Survey Testing Scores CCC Attendance Hoots Given PBIS Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports Positive Behavior in School Party Because It’s SUMMER!!!!