"School Improvement Action Plan for"
School Improvement Action Plan for SUPPORTING THE WHOLE CHILD (Continued and revised from 2008-2009) 2009-2010 Target: Improve appropriate behavior in all school settings as evidenced in SWIS Result Statement: All students and staff will clearly articulate and implement the behavioral data. expectations in all school settings. PBIS Target Team will efficiently and effectively match children who have not responded to School-Wide supports to resources more likely to produce successful outcomes. Supports to supports more likely to reduce successful outcomes. supports Changes in student learning Changes in Instruction: Monitoring progress with timelines Collaboration and School and District Support Evaluating Results/ behavior: What will students What will teachers do to and adjustments: How will we Support: When will we Resources: What supports and Reporting to Families and do to reach the identified ensure students learn and measure progress towards the use the information we get resources will the school and district Community: How will the result? What new things will develop learning behaviors changes in learning behavior and from monitoring to provide in order for us to achieve school know if the students they do to learn? What things identified in the first teaching that we want? How often improve learning and the results of this action plan? reach the intended results? In will they do more of? column? will this occur? How will we keep the teaching? When will we light of what we have principal, parents and SIT involved discuss the progress we are (List the support and resources learned, what are our next (Be sure that the and informed? making? below and then use the attached steps? instructional practices you template to finalize this column) identify will address every Reporting to Families and student learning behavior) Community: How will you inform the school community? Students will: Teachers will: Teachers will: The school will supply the following Evaluating Results: Know and be able to articulate Act as role models to ensure Document infractions Monthly PBIS team support and resources: clearly-defined positive positive behavior through the Report positive behaviors and/or meetings Analyze SWIS data to baseline behavioral expectations: use of praise (six positives for infractions to parents QuarterlySIT meetings Article 31 resources to cover training data Respect ourselves, others, every one negative), teach Meet with Targeted Team to discuss Bi-annual SET visits from for PBIS team in house/RIC with Analyze SET data fall/ spring and community student behavior expectations interventions and status updates for Sherlock Center subs SALT data for all school settings children on tiers 2 and 3 and Weekly Target Team PTO provides funds to support positive, Pre and Post Green Survey (matrix) referrals to PEP as needed Meetings on specific behavior incentives & SWIS data Follow procedures for all Identify needs through staff surveys children program. Reporting to Families and infractions, use positive (Hats and minor/major slips Faculty Meetings, PTO sponsored events will incorporate Community: Off) behavioral incentives to Acknowledge students who have assemblies will be forums health and wellness acknowledge appropriate earned “Walking Feet” for updating progress PTO to purchase walking program Handbook behavior and motivate students Teacher Leaders/PBIS Team will: *Administrator will: materials, “Walking Feet” for PBIS matrix displayed Learn strategies to become Teach Second Step Track behavioral patterns using SWIS Provide PBIS data for bracelets and necklaces throughout school setting socially effective problem- lessons/nonviolence steps (School-wide Information meetings regularly Parent support for Green Team PTO meetings solvers using Second which have been modeled by System)data base Meet weekly as able with Student recognition Hats Off, Step/nonviolence Training school social worker/teachers Examine PBIS data each month to TAs. Share PBIS data The central office will supply the minor and major slips Demonstrate knowledge of Teach/Re-teach expectations monitor progress of tier 2 and 3 and intervention following support and resources: Newsletters lifelong health and fitness of positive recess choices interventions strategies Report Out Night practices, All-School Jog-A- Meet monthly with teaching assistants School Evaluation Tool Job-Embedded professional Thon program and recess to discuss PBIS data and (SET) visits (PBIS) development credit for PBIS team to choices intervention strategies Be a member of the PBIS meet monthly and review data Students will learn more ways Support suggestions of the Track Hats Off data team , attend training, to be good stewards of our Green Team as they pertain Schedule monthly student assemblies. share data. resources such as by to classroom and school Monthly student assemblies will be Use Common Learning increased recycling. environments Time to help educate held to re-teach behavioral expectations and celebrate successes students on “going green” issues As of May 27, 2009