School Wide Positive Behavior Supports At Beach School By Steve Vitto

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Published on July 27, 2007

Author: svittoatmuskegonisd.org

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Trace the evolution of school-wide positive behavior supports at Beach Elementart School in Fruitport Michigan-presented by Steven Vitto, M.A.

THE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS PROCESS AT BEACH SCHOOL

In the beginning… WE THOUGHT PBS WAS A TELEVISION STATION

A PBS Team emerges after a PBS awareness inservice : A few teachers heard Bernie Travnikar speaking about school-wide Positive Behavior Supports at the ISD The teachers contacted the ISD and said they wanted more information The ISD did a PBS awareness in-service for Beach’s staff Beach teaching staff made a decision to embark on a school-wide PBS initiative in their school

A few teachers heard Bernie Travnikar speaking about school-wide Positive Behavior Supports at the ISD

The teachers contacted the ISD and said they wanted more information

The ISD did a PBS awareness in-service

for Beach’s staff

Beach teaching staff made a decision to embark on a school-wide PBS initiative in their school

Getting ready for PBS Administrative Support The staff met with Phil Rogers and the process began We completed the EBS survey with all the staff

Administrative Support

The staff met with Phil Rogers and the process began

We completed the EBS survey with all the staff

In the Spring We met and inserviced all staff in PBS We developed school-wide expectations and the WAVE was born We developed the expectation matrix We developed a training plan We developed a SWIS compatible data collection form We developed an age-appropriate student survey

We met and inserviced all staff in PBS

We developed school-wide expectations and the WAVE was born

We developed the expectation matrix

We developed a training plan

We developed a SWIS compatible data collection form

We developed an age-appropriate student survey

 

BEACH SCHOOL W e are Responsible A lways Respectful V ery Safe E xcellent Attitude

BEACH PBS PHILOSOPHY The Positive Behavior Support W.A.V.E. defines for students the desired expectations of responsibility, respect, safety, and attitude through modeling, instruction, and role play.

In the Summer We designed and developed WAVE posters for the halls, classrooms, and specified training areas Two WAVE paintings were completed The PBS team met at Lake Michigan and planned the fall kick off The “No Wake” room concept was finalized Parent pamphlet was created and distributed in the Fall

We designed and developed WAVE posters for the halls, classrooms, and specified training areas

Two WAVE paintings were completed

The PBS team met at Lake Michigan and planned the fall kick off

The “No Wake” room concept was finalized

Parent pamphlet was created and distributed in the Fall

Parent WAVE Pamphlet

 

 

What it's all about...

A WAVE painting was donated to the school

Another donated WAVE painting

Learning about the W.A.V.E.

 

A day for learning

Hallway/Breezeway We are Responsible Walk directly to class Have a Hall Pass Always Respectful Quiet Voices and Feet Observe Personal Space Very Safe Walk Stay to Right Be Aware Excellent Attitude Be Friendly and Courteous

We are Responsible

Walk directly to class

Have a Hall Pass

Always Respectful

Quiet Voices and Feet

Observe Personal Space

Very Safe

Walk

Stay to Right

Be Aware

Excellent Attitude

Be Friendly and Courteous

In the Hallway

 

Library We are Responsible Follow Library Rules Care for Books Return Books Always Respectful Active Listening Wait Patiently Very Safe Walk Observe Personal Space Excellent Attitude Be Excited About Reading

We are Responsible

Follow Library Rules

Care for Books

Return Books

Always Respectful

Active Listening

Wait Patiently

Very Safe

Walk

Observe Personal Space

Excellent Attitude

Be Excited About Reading

The Library Wave

The Wrong Way

The Right Way

Assemblies We are Responsible Enter and Exit Quietly Always Respectful Quiet Voices and Feet Wait Patiently Active Listening Very Safe Sit Quietly Observe Personal Space Excellent Attitude Active Participation Use Best Behavior

We are Responsible

Enter and Exit Quietly

Always Respectful

Quiet Voices and Feet

Wait Patiently

Active Listening

Very Safe

Sit Quietly

Observe Personal Space

Excellent Attitude

Active Participation

Use Best Behavior

The Assembly WAVE

 

To and From Bus We are Responsible Backpack Ready Enter and Exit Correctly Always Respectful Be Polite Observe Personal Space Very Safe Walk To and From the Bus Stay in Designated Area Excellent Attitude Use Best Behavior Be Friendly and Courteous

We are Responsible

Backpack Ready

Enter and Exit Correctly

Always Respectful

Be Polite

Observe Personal Space

Very Safe

Walk To and From the Bus

Stay in Designated Area

Excellent Attitude

Use Best Behavior

Be Friendly and Courteous

To and from the bus

Cafeteria We are Responsible Follow Lunch Rules Always Respectful Quiet Voices Follow Adult Directions Wait Patiently Very Safe Walk Sit on Seat Properly Observe Personal Space Excellent Attitude Be Friendly and Courteous

We are Responsible

Follow Lunch Rules

Always Respectful

Quiet Voices

Follow Adult Directions

Wait Patiently

Very Safe

Walk

Sit on Seat Properly

Observe Personal Space

Excellent Attitude

Be Friendly and Courteous

The Cafeteria WAVE

 

Specials We are Responsible Care For Equipment Follow Special Rules Be Prepared Always Respectful Be Polite Active Listening Observe Personal Space Very Safe Walk Use Equipment Safely Excellent Attitude Active Participation Value Others Personal Best

We are Responsible

Care For Equipment

Follow Special Rules

Be Prepared

Always Respectful

Be Polite

Active Listening

Observe Personal Space

Very Safe

Walk

Use Equipment Safely

Excellent Attitude

Active Participation

Value Others

Personal Best

The WAVE in Art

 

Computer Lab We are Responsible Care for Computer Equipment Follow Lab Rules Honor Technology Agreement Always Respectful Raise Hand Wait Patiently Observe Personal Quiet Voices Very Safe Walk Chairs Flat on the Floor Excellent Attitude Active Participation Be Positive Learn From Mistakes

We are Responsible

Care for Computer Equipment

Follow Lab Rules

Honor Technology Agreement

Always Respectful

Raise Hand

Wait Patiently

Observe Personal

Quiet Voices

Very Safe

Walk

Chairs Flat on the Floor

Excellent Attitude

Active Participation

Be Positive

Learn From Mistakes

 

Bathroom We are Responsible Keep Bathroom Clean Flush Toilets Always Respectful Quiet Voices Observe Personal Space Very Safe Follow Bathroom Rules Wash Hands Excellent Attitude Use Best Behavior

We are Responsible

Keep Bathroom Clean

Flush Toilets

Always Respectful

Quiet Voices

Observe Personal Space

Very Safe

Follow Bathroom Rules

Wash Hands

Excellent Attitude

Use Best Behavior

The Bathroom WAVE

Office We are Responsible Have an Office Pass Walk Directly to Office Always Respectful Be Polite Wait Patiently Enter with Permission Very Safe Observe Personal Space Follow Adult Direction Excellent Attitude Learn from Mistakes Be Friendly and Courteous Work to Solve Problems

We are Responsible

Have an Office Pass

Walk Directly to Office

Always Respectful

Be Polite

Wait Patiently

Enter with Permission

Very Safe

Observe Personal Space

Follow Adult Direction

Excellent Attitude

Learn from Mistakes

Be Friendly and Courteous

Work to Solve Problems

The WAVE at the office

 

Playground We are Responsible Care for Equipment Follow Playground Rules Line Up When Bell Rings Always Respectful Follow Adult Direction Be Kind to Others Very Safe Stay in Play Area Observe Personal Space Use Equipment Safely Excellent Attitude Be Friendly and Courteous

We are Responsible

Care for Equipment

Follow Playground Rules

Line Up When Bell Rings

Always Respectful

Follow Adult Direction

Be Kind to Others

Very Safe

Stay in Play Area

Observe Personal Space

Use Equipment Safely

Excellent Attitude

Be Friendly and Courteous

The Playground WAVE

The W.A.V.E. in the classroom Each teacher develops their own classroom expectations. Each classroom has a poster of WAVE expectations.

Each teacher develops their own classroom expectations.

Each classroom has a poster of WAVE expectations.

The WAVE in the classroom

The Beach Bash After a day of learning the expectations, a celebration dance was held in the gym. Principal Phil Roger’s band provided the music. The attire of the day was beachwear. Parents were in attendance.

After a day of learning the expectations,

a celebration dance was held in the gym. Principal Phil Roger’s band provided the music.

The attire of the day was beachwear.

Parents were in attendance.

THE BEACH BASH

 

 

 

 

Phil Rogers Playing the WAVE

 

The WAVE Winter Fest of 2004 The Muskegon Chronicle covered the event and did a front page feature article. In each area, the teachers demonstrated the “wrong way” and the students taught the “right way.” The day celebration included sledding, dog sled races, snow sculptures, hot chocolate and donuts.

The Muskegon Chronicle covered the event and did a front page feature article.

In each area, the teachers demonstrated the “wrong way” and the students taught the “right way.”

The day celebration included sledding, dog sled races, snow sculptures, hot chocolate and donuts.

 

 

The Wrong Way

 

 

WINTER WAVE

In the fall of 2004 The second annual WAVE kickoff included: an assembly to review expectations students received a training review in all areas of the matrix outdoor activities hot dog roast

The second annual WAVE kickoff included:

an assembly to review expectations

students received a training review in all

areas of the matrix

outdoor activities

hot dog roast

Winter Kick-off 2005 The PBS team used SWIS data to decide on a topic for the assembly. The staff targeted “respect” and “aggression” as areas of emphasis. Staff and students performed skits to teach the importance of respect and kindness. The PBS team performed a rendition of Aretha Franklin’s hit, “Respect.” The PBS team led a question and answer session to review the WAVE expectations. The outside celebration included a tug of war, and a campfire with s’mores.

The PBS team used SWIS data to decide on a topic for the assembly.

The staff targeted “respect” and “aggression” as areas of emphasis. Staff and students performed skits to teach the importance of respect and kindness.

The PBS team performed a rendition of Aretha Franklin’s hit, “Respect.”

The PBS team led a question and answer session to review the WAVE expectations.

The outside celebration included a tug of war, and a campfire with s’mores.

the right way

the wrong way

right way

Students recited the WAVE

Eager Participants

 

PBS team enthusiasm

 

2 degrees and having fun

 

Celebrating the WAVE

Teamwork

Acknowledging correct behavior through incentives Popcorn Party WAVE coupons, certificates, and charts in the classroom Hallway photo displays of WAVE recipients Classroom displays Daily drawings for prizes Books Candy Seasonal incentives

Popcorn Party

WAVE coupons, certificates, and charts in the classroom

Hallway photo displays of WAVE recipients

Classroom displays

Daily drawings for prizes

Books

Candy

Seasonal incentives

 

 

 

 

 

Celebrating WAVE Success

 

 

 

 

Supporting our Teachers Staff appreciation luncheon to recognize staff support of the WAVE Created a tailored chart for teachers Provided more intensive support with students in the 1-7% category Provided timely updates on WAVE data during staff meetings Provided teachers a chance for input on the EBS survey twice a year

Staff appreciation luncheon to recognize staff support of the WAVE

Created a tailored chart for teachers

Provided more intensive support with students in the 1-7% category

Provided timely updates on WAVE data during staff meetings

Provided teachers a chance for input on the EBS survey twice a year

 

 

 

Data Driven Decisions using SWIS Changed recess schedule Targeted students for mentoring Held peace making circles on specific topics Created Behavior Plans for troubled students Developed bimonthly meetings with noon moms

Changed recess schedule

Targeted students for mentoring

Held peace making circles on specific topics

Created Behavior Plans for troubled students

Developed bimonthly meetings with noon moms

Referral forms and discipline Teachers fill out a SWIS compatible referral form to send to office A distinction is made between minor and major referrals “ NO WAKE ROOM” facilitator processes with each student individually Facilitator enters office referral information into the SWIS Data collection system The school follows a discipline flow chart that delineates how minor and major problems are handled

Teachers fill out a SWIS compatible referral form to send to office

A distinction is made between minor and major referrals

“ NO WAKE ROOM” facilitator processes with each student individually

Facilitator enters office referral information into the SWIS Data collection system

The school follows a discipline flow chart that delineates how minor and major problems are handled

Beach's office referral form

Future WAVE Goals Expand parent WAVE involvement Incorporate principles of Restorative Justice Transition to new administrator Maintain staff enthusiasm Train new students and staff in the WAVE Continue to use SWIS data for decision making More intensive targeting of 1-7%

Expand parent WAVE involvement

Incorporate principles of Restorative Justice

Transition to new administrator

Maintain staff enthusiasm

Train new students and staff in the WAVE

Continue to use SWIS data for decision making

More intensive targeting of 1-7%

Kim [email_address] Missy [email_address] Mika [email_address] Angie adietz@fruitport,k12.mi.us Joni [email_address] Phil [email_address] Dawn [email_address] Steve [email_address]   THE BEACH PBS TEAM

Kim [email_address]

Missy [email_address]

Mika [email_address]

Angie adietz@fruitport,k12.mi.us

Joni [email_address]

Phil [email_address]

Dawn [email_address]

Steve [email_address]

 

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