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    • 1. School Wide Positive Behavior Support Welcome Back August 27, 2010 Created by Rebecca Fox
    • 2. Rotation A: Referrals
    • 3. Discipline Referrals Dr. Steve Kachmar and Mr. Joe Kovalchik
      • What about the times when students repeatedly exhibit “falling star” behaviors?
      • Is it being suggested that students not be punished?
      • Is the observed behavior classroom or
      • office managed?
      • How does one know?
      • What should one do?
    • 4. Partial List of Classroom Managed Behaviors
      • Incomplete or missing homework
      • Disregard of “Shining Star” behaviors
      • Disrespect toward peers
      • Disruptive behavior
      • Refusal to follow directions
      • *** Any repeated or extreme behavior may become office managed.
    • 5. Steps to Handling Classroom Managed Behaviors
      • First Steps:
      • Model appropriate behavior
      • Verbal redirect
      • Close proximity
      • Private conference with Student
      • Ignore
    • 6. Steps to Handling Classroom Managed Behaviors
      • Second Step:
      • Repeat direction and warning of consequences
    • 7. Steps to Handling Classroom Managed Behaviors
      • Third Steps:
      • Implementation of consequence
      • Document on S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
      • Missed homework may be marked as HW
      • ***Missed homework should not result in duplicate punishments a.k.a. double jeopardy.
    • 8. Partial List of Office Managed Behaviors
      • Misbehavior in the cafeteria or on the bus
      • Theft
      • Vandalism
      • Profanity or obscene gesture
      • Threat against another
      • Action that poses a safety threat
    • 9. Steps followed In Handling An Office Managed Behavior
      • Teacher writes an office referral
      • Administrator determines consequences
      • Administrator follows through on consequences
      • Administrator provides staff member feedback
    • 10. Rotation B: Lesson Plans and Expectations
    • 11. Lesson Plans & Expectations Mrs. Lori Kuhns and Mrs. Jen Erie
      • How many lesson plans are there?
      • Who will make the lesson plans?
      • When will the lesson plans be taught?
    • 12. How Many Lesson Plans Are There ?
      • There are 6 main lesson plans.
      • Hallway Expectations
      • Cafeteria Expectations
      • Playground Expectations
      • Bus Expectations/Arrival & Dismissal
      • Bathroom Expectations
      • Classroom Expectations
    • 13. Who Will Make The Lesson Plans?
      • SURPRISE!
      • Five lesson plans have already
      • been created for you by the core team.
      • The 6 th lesson plan, classroom, was developed last year during an In-service.
    • 14. When Will The Lesson Plans Be Taught?
      • Do not panic!
      • A Schedule is being provided today.
      • Everyone will be given time to teach
      • expectations.
    • 15. Rotation C: Recognition
    • 16. Recognition Mrs. Chris Steigerwalt, Mr. Mike Fister, & Ms. Rebecca Fox
      • Individual Recognition
      • Staff award students for displaying “shining star” behaviors
      • Students collect and store star tickets in their vinyl pouch
      • Tickets may be redeemed weekly for star studded shining star products.
    • 17. Recognition Redeeming Shining Star Tickets
      • 7 carts will move themselves
      • Items will be featured on a Google Doc
      • Star Studded Shining Star Store Cart
      • Display case in each school
      • To replenish carts, contact:
      • Franklin- Mrs. Tacker; Mrs. Coberly
      • Siegfried- Mr. Fister; Ms. Fox
    • 18. Recognition
      • Whole Class Recognition
      • Staff members may recognize an entire class for exemplary behavior with a “shooting star “ ticket.
      • Each class will have a large orange star displayed outside their door.
      • The “shooting” star tickets will be affixed to the points of the orange star (5 per point)
    • 19. Recognition
      • Each time a classroom earns 25 “Shooting”
      • Star tickets:
      • Message sent to Mrs. Waters
      • Whole class reward delivered
      • New star added to chain
    • 20. Rotation D: S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
    • 21. S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report Mrs. Tammie Tacker and Mrs. Jamie Horvath
      • What is it?
      • Why do we need it?
      • Who will manage it?
    • 22. S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
      • What is it?
      • Similar to:
      • Red Light/Green Light Charts
      • Citizenship Calendars
      • Behavior Slips
    • 23. S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
      • Google Doc:
      • S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report Sample
    • 24. S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
      • Why do we need it?
      • Home-School Communication
      • Visual
      • Data Collection- What expectations need
      • to be revisited?
      • Positive: Record of “Shining” Stars earned
      • B.I.P.s can be maintained on the same sheet
    • 25. S.T.A.R. Behavior Communication Report
      • Who will manage it?
      • Special folder/assignment book pocket
      • Parent signature required
      • Students are responsible
      • Must be with students at all times
      • Teachers will collect weekly
    • 26. Rotation E: Assemblies
    • 27. Rotation E: Assemblies Mrs. Kelly Waters & Mr. Bruce Gaston
      • When?
      • Purpose
      • Special Days
      • Schedule
    • 28. Image References In order they appear
      • Referrals
      • Lesson Plans
      • Recognition
      • Report Card
      • Assembly

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