GRETCHEN EVERHART SCHOOL by bjdpkx

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									Strategies that utilize positive interventions
and reinforcement to achieve positive
behavior change in individuals and in the
school as a whole.
 What is the main goal of
           PBS:

• To create and sustain a school environment
  that improves lifestyle results (personal ,
  health, social, academic, work, etc.) for all
  students by making problem behavior less
  effective, efficient and relevant, while making
  desired behavior more functional.
       Who is the Positive Behavior
                     Support Team?
• The Principal
• The Guidance Counselor
• A teacher representative from each grade level
  (elementary, middle, high school)
• A behavior analyst
• An instructional assistant representative
• A District Coach
    What are the tasks of the PBS
                            Team:
• Establish and maintain consistent staff commitment to utilizing
  positive behavioral interventions

• Continuously assess behavioral management practices at the
  school to assure effectiveness

• Examine patterns of behavior (ex: time of day, locations) for
  effective behavioral interventions

• Develop and implement a school-wide reward system

• Establish and maintain parental involvement and support

• Oversee, monitor and evaluate all the planned objectives and
  activities that are developed by the team
    Gretchen Everhart
   Student Expectations
• 1. Be Safe
• 2. Be Respectful
• 3. Be Responsible
         Classroom Rules

ELEMENTARY:
   Be Safe: Keep hands to self

   Be Respectful: Work quietly

   Be Responsible: Listen and follow
   instructions
          Classroom Rules cont.

MIDDLE:
Be Safe: Keep your hands and feet to yourself and
  stay in your assigned area
Be Respectful: Work quietly and be kind in words and
  actions
Be Responsible: Take care of yourself
        Classroom Rules cont.

HIGH:
   Be Safe: Hands and feet to self

   Be Respectful: Speak kindly to others

   Be Responsible: Stay on task and listen and
   follow instructions
       Gretchen Everhart
      Student Expectations
• Each area of the school has school-wide rules that match
  the 3 student expectations.

• For example – school-wide rules for the hallway are:
• W Walk quietly (respectful)
• A    Allow for personal space (respectful)
• L    Listen and follow directions (responsible)
• K    Keep hands to self (safe)

								
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