PBIS Woodside Elementary School August 2018 What is

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PBIS Woodside Elementary School August 2018

PBIS Woodside Elementary School August 2018

What is PBIS?

What is PBIS?

What is PBIS? • PBIS is a process for creating safer and more effective

What is PBIS? • PBIS is a process for creating safer and more effective schools. • PBIS focuses on improving a school’s ability to teach and support positive behavior for all students. • PBIS is a data-driven program.

PBIS 3 Tier Model

PBIS 3 Tier Model

1 -5% = 7 -35 students 5 -15% = 35 -105 students PBIS Student

1 -5% = 7 -35 students 5 -15% = 35 -105 students PBIS Student Numbers by Tier 80 -90% = 560 -630 students Based on enrollment of 700 students

Three major components of PBIS • Teaching appropriate behavior in all settings. PBIS Major

Three major components of PBIS • Teaching appropriate behavior in all settings. PBIS Major Components • Interventions when behavior expectations are not met. • Recognition when behaviors are met.

S – Stay Safe (Be Safe) PBIS O – Own Your Actions (Be Responsible)

S – Stay Safe (Be Safe) PBIS O – Own Your Actions (Be Responsible) Woodside SOAR Expectations A – Always be a Leader (Be a Leader) R – Respect Yourself and Others (Be Respectful)

PBIS Woodside SOAR Expectations

PBIS Woodside SOAR Expectations

We can communicate positive behavior expectations by. . . PBIS Positive Climate • Being

We can communicate positive behavior expectations by. . . PBIS Positive Climate • Being good role models • Promoting positive behavior often and everywhere through. . . • Posters • Classroom lessons • Activities • Announcements • Class climate • Recognition & reinforcement • Videos

We can reinforce positive behaviors by offering students. . . • 5: 1 positive

We can reinforce positive behaviors by offering students. . . • 5: 1 positive to negative feedback PBIS Positive Reinforcement • Immediate, genuine, specific feedback • High frequency ticket system (SOAR slips) • Menu of rewards choices since not all kids like the same thing • Survey students to find out what motivates them • Classroom systems that align with the school system • Simple system so there is consistent follow-through by adults

SOAR slips PBIS Acknowledgement: Positive interactions

SOAR slips PBIS Acknowledgement: Positive interactions

SOAR slips PBIS Student Recognition • Hand out slips when you see students following

SOAR slips PBIS Student Recognition • Hand out slips when you see students following the SOAR expectations – any student, not just (and including) yours • Make a personal goal to hand out 10 each day

PBIS depends on consistency By • Administrators • Teachers PBIS Ubiquitous and Consistent •

PBIS depends on consistency By • Administrators • Teachers PBIS Ubiquitous and Consistent • School Staff • Guest Teachers • Students • Families • PTA • Watch. DOGS In • Expectations • Training • Involvement • Interpretation • Implementation • Accountability

WOODSIDE SCHOOL BUS BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS S PBIS Sample Bathroom & Bus Expectations Stay Safe

WOODSIDE SCHOOL BUS BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS S PBIS Sample Bathroom & Bus Expectations Stay Safe (Be Safe) Walk to and from the bus line Wait in the appropriate area Enter and exit the bus orderly Remain seated and face forward Keep aisles clear Walk on sidewalks and cross only at crosswalks O Own Your Actions (Be Responsible) A Always Be a Leader (Be a Leader) R Respect yourself and others (Be Respectful) Know your bus number Stay in your own seat Have all your belongings Walk and wait in a straight line quietly Remind others about the rules Help younger students Wait patiently to load and unload Use appropriate voice level Use appropriate language Obey bus drivers and adult monitors Speak kindly to others Hands, feet, voice, and objects to self Thank the bus driver.

PBIS Response to un-SOAR-like Behaviors

PBIS Response to un-SOAR-like Behaviors

Step 1 – Classroom interventions, initial parent notification and cc: Tanys Step 2 –

Step 1 – Classroom interventions, initial parent notification and cc: Tanys Step 2 – call Tanys – Admin Para – HOW? Call the office and Salli or Erika will radio Tanys PBIS Process Step 3 – Tanys will assess the situation depending on severity and occurrences Step 4 – Referred to Clinton if needed Step 5 – Clint will follow up with teacher and Tanys; determine consequences and future interventions

 • Think Sheets (primary and intermediate) • Progressive referral form PBIS • Major

• Think Sheets (primary and intermediate) • Progressive referral form PBIS • Major referral form Forms • Playground referral form • Guest teacher referral form • My Side of the Story sheet

 • Need a creative person to create new SOAR posters for specific areas

• Need a creative person to create new SOAR posters for specific areas of the school with pictures for non-readers and special education students who respond better to visuals than words. Sample poster PBIS Miscellaneous ideas from the June training • Kick-off SOAR Assembly early in the year • Awards: • Clean Community Award for cleanest building (halls and rooms) • Golden Spatula (behavior in the café) • Golden Plunger (cleanest bathrooms)

PBIS Acknowledgement: Sample Awards

PBIS Acknowledgement: Sample Awards

PBIS Implementation

PBIS Implementation

An Ounce of Prevention Have you seen the blue lines everywhere outside? PBIS Implementation

An Ounce of Prevention Have you seen the blue lines everywhere outside? PBIS Implementation

PBIS Questions? Comments? Solutions? Volunteers?

PBIS Questions? Comments? Solutions? Volunteers?

PBIS Acknowledgement: Positive interactions

PBIS Acknowledgement: Positive interactions