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PBIS

PBIS

Why PBIS??

● To create a more positive environment for students ● To encourage positive behavior

Mission Statement

● Created by the PBIS team ● From this mission statement we developed student expectations-- gave us a focus

At Cass Lake-Bena we teach, model, and celebrate positive behaviors and achievements that lead to success in school, home, and community.

Key Features for 2014-2015:

  • 1. Setting clear, consistent positive expectations

  • 2. Teaching, modeling, and practicing those expectations throughout the entire school (including classrooms, hallways, lunchrooms, etc., even the bathroom).

  • 3. Systematically recognizing when the expectations are being demonstrated well.

- We will explain each feature of PBIS and will be asking for your participation throughout the presentation.

1. Setting Expectations

● Identified positive school wide behavior expectations ● Rational: We want to build habits that will be helpful in the future for our students.

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Questions we asked when creating expectations What do we want to see our students doing so they will be successful? What are our priorities? Why are they important?

A PANTHER R espectful O ptimistic A chieves R esponsible S afe

A PANTHER

Respectful

Optimistic

Achieves

Responsible

Safe

Matrix

Matrix

Matrix Activity

Purpose: To examine expectations and provide input

Matrix Activity Purpose : To examine expectations and provide input Directions: 1. Go to assigned poster

Directions:

1. Go to assigned poster

  • 2. Read and discuss with group

  • 3. Add comments

  • 4. 3 minutes at each poster (6 posters total) -Frame comments using positive language

Setting Expectations Continued ...

● “When you walk into a school implementing PBIS, you're likely to identify the school’s positive expectations within five minutes.” o Post Logo throughout the school o Post Expectations in each specific area

Setting Expectations Continued ... ● “When you walk into a school implementing PBIS, you're likely to
Setting Expectations Continued ... ● “When you walk into a school implementing PBIS, you're likely to

Expectations Posters Activity

Assignment: Create an expectation poster to display in a specific area of the school

Expectations Posters Activity Assignment: Create an expectation poster to display in a specific area of the
Expectations Posters Activity Assignment: Create an expectation poster to display in a specific area of the
Expectations Posters Activity Assignment: Create an expectation poster to display in a specific area of the

Team Composition

At least two non-certified staff (cooks, custodians,

paraprofessionals, or secretaries) Employed by the district more than 20 yrs

Employed by the district less than 20 yrs

2 members of each gender

Grew up within 30 miles of the school

Grew up more than 150 miles from the school

At least one teacher from 5 th and 6 th (only one from a grade level) 7 th and 8 th (only one from a department) Specialist/ Electives

The Rules:

  • 1. Create a poster with the theme (TBA)

  • 2. The Poster must be “G” rated

  • 3. The entire group must participate in the poster creation

  • 4. Each group members must contribute to the artwork

  • 5. All group members must sign the front of their poster

  • 6. You may use any of the markers, paints, chalk, construction paper, etc. provided at your table.

  • 7. Every team member must finger-paint. (There will be a check for dirty hands)

  • 8. The deadline for completing the poster is XXX p.m.

  • 9. The entire group must stand and share which team member criteria they represent –points will be

deducted if a group is not represented on the team

  • 10. Points will be awarded for participation, creativity and artistic expression

The Grand Prize:

The first place team will win the opportunity to let Mr. Wellen do each of their jobs for one class period at a mutually agreed upon time in the coming year or get a Subway gift-card.

In the event of a tie Mr. Wellen will cast the deciding vote—probably based on the jobs he would have to do.

Matrix Area Sign-Up

All settings- Bill

Commons- Vicky

Hallway- Peg

Library- Melissa

Busses- Brown

Virtual Space- Kelsey

2. Teaching, Modeling, and Practicing

● Within the first week of school, students should be taught, modeled, and have practiced expectations in each school setting on the matrix.

SO…….

What will that look like for you and your students?

Creating lessons with your PLCs

● 40 minutes with your grade level PLCs

Focus for PLC time: Create lessons with your team on how your students will be taught, modeled, and practiced on the ROARS expectations in the designated areas of the schools during the first week. Example: Ms. Poster will cover hallway expectations Mr. Benson will cover bathroom expectations

3. Recognizing Expectations

● Positive reinforcement

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“I like how John is getting started right away. He

already has the Do Now question written and is starting his answer.” (note specific behavior) “Please walk in the hallways” vs “No running”

Just a Reminder:

3. Recognizing Expectations ● Positive reinforcement o o “I like how John is getting started right

4 positive comments to 1 negative For Tier Three Students: 8 positive to 1 negative

Reinforcement Incentives

● ROARS Tickets ● Drawings ● Grade Level Stores?

Reinforcement Incentives ● ROARS Tickets ● Drawings ● Grade Level Stores?
Reinforcement Incentives ● ROARS Tickets ● Drawings ● Grade Level Stores?

Lastly, have some fun with it!

It is a 4 year process ● Throughout the year, PBIS team will meet. We will look at data make adjustments,etc…

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Heads up! Staff survey is coming soon!! Remember it is a 4 year process! One step

Heads up! Staff survey is coming soon!!

Remember it is a 4 year process! One step at a time. Thank you for your dedication to our students and school!