Glenn Hills Middle SchoolCelebrating Academic Success<br />2009-2010<br />Achieving Academic Success Through Standards-Bas...
Glenn Hills Middle SchoolCelebrating Academic Success<br />Creating A Culture & Climate for change<br />Discipline Protoco...
Discipline Protocols<br />It is important for teachers to understand that discipline is an adult issue not a student issue...
Discipline Protocols <br />Response <br />To <br />Intervention<br />Addressing Teacher Behavior<br />
Discipline Protocols<br />Administrator’s Philosophy Concerning Discipline—changing teacher behavior.<br />Discipline is a...
Discipline Protocols<br />Before a referral can be accepted in the front office, it must go through the intervention proce...
Discipline Protocols<br />Question 1: What have you (the teacher ) done prior to writing a referral?<br />Response <br />t...
Organizational StructureFlow of Discipline Practices<br />Immediate Office Referral<br />Drugs (Alcohol & Tobacco)<br />We...
Discipline Protocols<br />Discipline Review Panel<br />Administrator<br />Follows all Richmond County Discipline Code of C...
Discipline Protocols<br />Discipline Review Panel<br />Telephone Operator<br />Calls parent to notify of the offense and t...
Discipline Referral Rate2008-2009 School Year<br />
Discipline Rates First 20 Days of School<br />
Teacher’s Disciplinary Tool Box<br />Rituals & Routines (First three weeks of school)<br />How are pencils sharpened?<br /...
The End<br />Creating a <br />Climate & Culture for Change<br />Achieving Academic Success Through Standards-Based Practic...
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  1. 1. Glenn Hills Middle SchoolCelebrating Academic Success<br />2009-2010<br />Achieving Academic Success Through Standards-Based Practices<br />Building A Community of Excellence!<br />
  2. 2. Glenn Hills Middle SchoolCelebrating Academic Success<br />Creating A Culture & Climate for change<br />Discipline Protocols<br />Building a Community of Excellence!<br />
  3. 3. Discipline Protocols<br />It is important for teachers to understand that discipline is an adult issue not a student issue.<br />As practitioners in the classroom--teachers are responsible for discipline.<br />As administrators--our aim is to respond to and support teachers in the classroom.<br />
  4. 4. Discipline Protocols <br />Response <br />To <br />Intervention<br />Addressing Teacher Behavior<br />
  5. 5. Discipline Protocols<br />Administrator’s Philosophy Concerning Discipline—changing teacher behavior.<br />Discipline is a classroom management issue.<br />Teachers are responsible for discipline.<br />Discipline referrals are not tools that manage discipline.<br />Must be a process of intervention before a referral can be written. <br />All referrals have a section identified as “prior action taken by teacher.”<br />
  6. 6. Discipline Protocols<br />Before a referral can be accepted in the front office, it must go through the intervention process.<br />Response <br />to <br />Intervention (RtI)<br />
  7. 7. Discipline Protocols<br />Question 1: What have you (the teacher ) done prior to writing a referral?<br />Response <br />to <br />Intervention (RtI)<br />Question 2: What documentation do you have to support a referral being sent to the office?<br />
  8. 8. Organizational StructureFlow of Discipline Practices<br />Immediate Office Referral<br />Drugs (Alcohol & Tobacco)<br />Weapons<br />Fighting<br />Bullying<br />Factor 1<br />Tier 4<br />Tier 3<br />Administrative Response<br />Discipline Review Panel<br />Response to Intervention (RtI)<br />Tier 2<br />Response to Intervention (RtI)<br />(EBIS)<br />Teacher Behavior<br />Prior Action by Teacher<br />Warning/Document<br />Detention<br />Call Parent/Document<br />Student-Team Meeting/Document<br />Tier 1<br />Teacher Behavior<br />(EBIS)<br />
  9. 9. Discipline Protocols<br />Discipline Review Panel<br />Administrator<br />Follows all Richmond County Discipline Code of Conduct mandates.<br />Sergeant-at-Arms<br />Admit student that is referred to the discipline review panel, keeps order and dismisses student after his or her review.<br />Reporter<br />Reads the offense, records the panel’s consequence. <br />
  10. 10. Discipline Protocols<br />Discipline Review Panel<br />Telephone Operator<br />Calls parent to notify of the offense and the consequences. File the information in a notebook.<br />Recorder<br />Records minutes and the action of the panel.<br />The administrator of the review panel meets with the principal and discusses the panel’s recommendations.<br />ISS, OSS, SST/RtI, Rule 20, Tribunal<br />
  11. 11. Discipline Referral Rate2008-2009 School Year<br />
  12. 12. Discipline Rates First 20 Days of School<br />
  13. 13. Teacher’s Disciplinary Tool Box<br />Rituals & Routines (First three weeks of school)<br />How are pencils sharpened?<br />Where are book bags to be placed?<br />How to get in and around the classroom.<br />Turning in assignment.<br />Discuss the total operation of the classroom, etc.<br />Phone logs<br />Conference logs<br />Isolation corner <br />Behavioral logs<br />
  14. 14. The End<br />Creating a <br />Climate & Culture for Change<br />Achieving Academic Success Through Standards-Based Practices<br />

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