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  1. Warren County High School

  2. School-Wide Positive Behavior Support HAPPY! Makes us… HAPPY! HAPPY! at Warren County High School

  3. Hey Jack… Forget the Past. It’s a NEW day at WCHS

  4. How attentive are you to Positive Behaviors at your School ?

  5. School-Wide Positive Behavior Support SWPBSis associated with: • Increased academic gains - when combined with effective instruction • Reductions in Office Discipline Referrals (ODRs) • Increased perception that the school is safe • More positive school climate

  6. Where did we start? 2010-2011

  7. Discipline 2010 – 2011 Office Referrals: 8,220 Total Averages 2,055 per grade level 11 per day per grade

  8. What about lost instructional time? Patrick Fraley from Cherokee High School estimates that for each office referral: 45 minutes instructional time is lost 15 minutes of administrative time is lost

  9. For our school that is: Over 8 hours of instructional time Almost 3 hours of administrative time EVERY day!!! We Have a Problem!

  10. So…What did we do? • 1st Year – Implemented School-Wide Information System (SWIS) • 2nd Year – Revised/updated SWIS program and forms • 3rd Year – Implemented School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) • 4th Year – Revised/updated SWPBS

  11. Years 1&2 2010 – 2011 Implement S.W.I.S 2011 – 2012 RevAMP S.W.I.S.

  12. S.W.I.S. (School-Wide Information System) • Web-based software system • Collects, tracks, and reports student referrals. Developed by University of Oregon to… “…provide schools with accurate, efficient, practical information for decision-making about school-wide discipline.“

  13. SWIS is currently being used in 7288 schools around the world… 4323 Elementary Schools 1209 Middle Schools 572 High Schools 1184 K-8/12 Schools

  14. Participating Tennessee High Schools • Cannon County High School • Cheatham County – Harpeth & Sycamore High Schools • Coffee County Middle School • Grainger County – Washburn School • Hawkins County – Cherokee High School • Metro Davidson – Stratford High School • Putnam County – Cookeville, Monterey, & Upperman High Schools • Roane County – Midway & Rockwood High Schools • Stewart County High School • Warren County High School

  15. Year 3 2012 – 2013 Implement S.W.P.B.S.

  16. SWPBS at WCHS…..Expectations If we want good behavior, we have to teachgoodbehavior.

  17. Our team worked all summer planning and getting ready to implement SWPBS at WCHS in the fall of 2012.

  18. First Year of SWPBS: • Created New Rules and Expectations • Area specific • Positive wording

  19. WCHS Rules Work Responsibly Come Prepared Have Respect Stay Safe

  20. WCHS Expectations

  21. Hallway Expectations • Use appropriate social behavior • Walk • Stay on right side….. just like driving a car • Keep moving

  22. Cafeteria Expectations • Use good manners • Have code and money ready • Stay in line • Pay for what you take • Keep clean….help clean up trash

  23. Locker Expectations • Keep locker area clean • Enter and exit quickly • Keep only YOUR belongings in YOUR locker • Walk

  24. Restroom Expectations • Throw away trash • Flush and wash • Keep counters dry • One person per stall • Go in, use restroom, exit quickly

  25. Gym Lobby Expectations • Clean up trash • Use good manners • Follow staff directions • Stay in designated areas

  26. SWPBS at WCHS… If students fail to follow the rules, we must view this as a failure of them learning the rules.

  27. Hey…How will everybody know about all this stuff? • Teach teachers at PD before school starts • Teach students first two days of school • Dedicated time for each grade- • level

  28. Teaching SWPBS….. Thursday, August 9th and Friday, August 10th • HR 7:45 – 8:45 SWPBS for Seniors(Thursday), Juniors(Friday) • HR 8:45-9:45 SWPBS for Freshman(Thursday), Sophomores(Friday) • 1st 9:50 – 10:20 • 2nd 10:25 – 10:55 • 3rd 11:00 – 11:30 • Lunch 11:30 – 12:20 • 4th 12:25 – 12:55 • 5th 1:00 – 1:30 • 6th 1:35 – 2:05 • 7th 2:10 – 2:40

  29. Meet Mayhem…..

  30. First Year of SWPBS: • Created New Rules and Expectations • Area specific • Positive wording • Created New Rules and Expectations • Area specific • Positive wording • Provided a BIG Welcome Back for students • Teachers at drop-off locations with signs • Music over intercom between classes • Marching Band playing at drop-off before school • Rock Band playing at lunch outside

  31. First Year of SWPBS: • Created New Rules and Expectations • Area specific • Positive wording • Provided a BIG Welcome Back for students • Teachers at drop-off locations with signs • Music over intercom between classes • Marching Band playing at drop-off before school • Rock Band playing at lunch outside • Provided a BIG Welcome Back for students • Teachers at drop-off locations with signs • Music over intercom between classes • Marching Band playing at drop-off before school • Rock Band playing at lunch outside • Implemented Pioneer Paychecks • Link to behavior • Different color for each quarter

  32. Pioneer Paychecks Colors per quarter: Quarter 1—Green Quarter 2—Red Quarter 3—Blue Quarter 4—Yellow • Each teacher will begin with a bag of paychecks • Extras will be stored in Mail Room in a locked filing cabinet

  33. Pioneer Paychecks Teacher Guidelines • Link paychecks with behaviors, not grades. • Paychecks can only be GIVEN … not taken away.

  34. Pioneer Paychecks Student Guidelines • Students should immediately sign their name when received. • Students are responsible for keeping up with their own Pioneer Paychecks. • Students can spend Pioneer Paychecks at designated times.

  35. First Year of SWPBS: • Created New Rules and Expectations • Area specific • Positive wording • Provided a BIG Welcome Back for students • Teachers at drop-off locations with signs • Music over intercom between classes • Marching Band playing at drop-off before school • Rock Band playing at lunch outside • Implemented Pioneer Paychecks • Link to behavior • Different color for each quarter • Implemented Pioneer Paychecks • Link to behavior • Different color for each quarter • Implemented Incentives • Students – purchase with paychecks • Teachers – drawing from paychecks

  36. Planned Student IncentivesFall Semester 2012

  37. Students Exchange Pioneer Paychecks for Incentives.

  38. Homecoming Float

  39. Some students who participated in the Homecoming parade in their incentive T-shirts

  40. Powderpuff Football Game TEACHERS RULE!!!

  41. Ongoing Student Incentives • Tickets to ballgames Sold on ballgame days in front of auditorium…..5 Pioneer Paychecks • T-shirts • Premium Parking • Drawings – money • Homework passes At teacher’s discretion

  42. Teachers could create their own incentives too!

  43. We added incentives throughout the year

  44. A partnership with River Park Hospital made this incentive possible. Each shot made earned cash! The pot increased each week! Also……….. Students could choose Special seating…

  45. The Most Popular Incentive came at the end of the year… Parking Pass for next year 25 Pioneer Paychecks Locker for next year 5 Pioneer Paychecks

  46. Teacher IncentivesFall Semester 2012 • $25 gift card • August 17 • Sept 21 • Nov 20 • Free Sub Day/or $75 gift card • Oct 12 • Dec 17