State RtI - Rachel Saladis is our trainer and support in this marathon (3-5yrs for systems change average

). Today’s Table roles Internal coach – more permanent than other members – Pat? - Leslie Facilitator – can be coach Leslie Task Master – “project manager” Kelly Recorder - Kari Observer - Judy, Sheryl, Jane, Beth Data manager – Terry (Chris) Time keeper – Patti Understudy of internal coach - Chris Working agreement7 norms of collaboration Promoting the spirit of inquiry Pausing Paraphrasing Putting ideas on the table Presuming positive intentions Paying attention to those around you Probing questions Short Concrete Purpose Statement What do we hope to see in our school in regards to behavioral changes? The purpose of implementing PBiS at RCi is to: Create a safe, respectful learning environment for our school community. Items that standout: High level of collaboration and communication Frequent monitoring of learning and teaching Focused professional development – using time wisely

Full continuum = Use the language in the community so the school’s system continues (use incentives to take back to school) 3-5 schoolwide expectations Currently we have: Be on time Prepared HFO Appropriate language Respect all Matrix of how it looks in the Classroom, Lunchroom, Bus, Hallway, Assembly RCI Panthers: Respect self and Others Act safely and Responsibly Playground Bathroom Hallway Respect self & Invite others to Inside voice Inside voice Others play Give others Play fair privacy Use kind words and actions Classroom Use kind words and actions Respect all adults in the school Can Do attitude Cafeteria Inside voice Use kind words Follow the directions of all adults in the school Bus Give others personal space Use kind words and actions on the bus and in line Follow the directions of all adults Everywhere Use kind words Kind words and actions Follow the directions of all adults in the school Have a “Can Do” attitude

Act safely &

Play safe Dress for the weather Use equipment appropriately

HFO Wash hands

HFO Walk

HFO Sit or stand, don’t lean

HFO Eat your own food Wait your turn Remain seated until you are dismissed

Walk to your designated are when dismissed HFO

HFO Tell an adult about dangerous situations Walk

Stay in your bus seat

Responsible

Be a problem solver Treat equipment and others with care

No staying or playing Flush “Keep it clean”

Pick up trash

Be on time and Clean up prepared… Lock your Push in your locker In your seat chair with necessary No staying or materials playing

Stay in line Keep your bus & bus area clean

Be on time Keep your surroundings clean Know and follow RCI expectations Be an RCI Panther

March 18th - Day 2 RtIB training Facilitator – Leslie Task Master – “project manager” Kelly Recorder - Kari Observer - Judy, Sheryl, Beth Data manager – Chris Time keeper – Patti Understudy of internal coach - Chris Communicator - Pat What are our Procedures for teaching expected behaviors (both to staff and students) Kickoff plan – staff *See below Intentional kickoff to show the full picture Kickoff plan – student *See below Assemblies, skits, media, small group introductions and training Kickoff plan - Family and community open house, P/T conf, letters, electronic newsletter, Powerpoint for parents at Back to School Night? Booster activities – mini reviews (based on data) sessions to remind and review the entire student body of the general arching expectations Kickoff plan – staff 1. Overview – matrix, ROAR, teaching of mechanics for training of kids 2. Before-school routines 3. Hallways, lockers & stairways as well as Crisis/safety 4. Afterschool Bus/walker

5. Dismissal 6. Technology – labs and team area technology 7. Cafeteria – lunch duty expectations 8. Playground/Indoor recess 9. Gym/Assemblies as well as Booster activities 10. OC/Buddy room 11. Music Hallway as well as school policies/Admin policies – cel phones, dress code tardy 12. Classroom management as well as Restroom 13. Booster activites & Pridedays/binders 14. Wrap up – Data & Acknowledgement system Kickoff plan – students 1. Overview – matrix, ROAR, 2. Before-school routines 3. Hallways, lockers & stairways as well as Crisis/safety 4. Afterschool Bus/walker 5. Dismissal 6. Technology – labs and team area technology 7. Cafeteria 8. Playground/Indoor recess 9. Gym/Assemblies 10. OC/Buddy room 11. Music Hallway 12. School policies/Admin policies – cel phones, dress code tardy 13. Classroom management as well as Restroom 14. Bus – have the bus there – should we tell bus drivers our expectations) 15. Wrap up

Establish a continuum to encourage/celebrate expected behaviors: Acknowledgement plan (RCI awards become) ROAR certificates - Roar for the school Character awards Friday AM Shout outs Paws lotto Verbal praise Vision cheers Counselor call home to report good behavior Positive emails Clean hall of the week Community service celebrations (food drive, pennies for peace) Dreamsicle Pride binder acknowledgement Sundae celebration Pancake breakfast Golden plunger Lunch with Leslie/a teacher Time for an activity with a teacher 100 t-shirts First person in line Spring thing tickets Ski trip ticket Box seats for celebrations Teachers/EA’s take pics of ROARing good behaviors. Pics get added to the “Join the RCI Pride” bulletin board Team captain or planner for End of the Year Relay Games Day *if we have it

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