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  • Welcome to Greenview KnollsWhere Character Counts

  • Chart1

    251151

    6914

    320165

    225

    Displine Data 2004-2005

    Displine Data 2005-2006

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    Displine Data

    Type of Referral2004-20052005-2006

    BMC251151

    ODR6914

    Total referrals320165

    Suspensions225

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    Displine Data 2004-2005

    Displine Data 2005-2006

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    Sheet3

  • School Demographics 511 Population

    26% FARMS

    57% Caucasian28% African American6% Hispanic 6% Asian 2% Native American

  • Chart2

    1.762.65

    6.850

    28.1856.29

    5.873.31

    57.3437.75

    % Enrolled

    % Referrals

    Ethnic Groups

    Percentage

    School Ethnicity Report

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    % Enrolled% Referrals

    Native American1.762.65

    Asian6.850

    Af Am28.1856.29

    Latino5.873.31

    White57.3437.75

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    Ethnic Group

    Percentage

    School Ethnicity Report

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    % Enrolled

    % Referrals

    Ethnic Groups

    Percentage

    School Ethnicity Report

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  • The Greenview Knolls Pledge I promise to demonstrate Greenview Knolls pride by being:Respectful to others and the school building Responsible in my self-control and learning andCaring in my words and actions

  • School Wide RulesSpeak kind wordsCaring Keep hands, feet, and objects to selfRespect Listen while others speakRespect Follow directions the first time they are givenResponsibility Use materials and equipment appropriately and safelyResponsibility

  • Respect What it Looks LikeTreating others the way you want to be treated Keeping hands to yourselfListening while others are talkingHelping the custodians keep the school cleanShaking hands with other team win or lose-playing fair

  • Respect What it Sounds LikeKind words Quiet voices Please and thank youCongratulating the opposing team with good game

  • Responsibility What it Looks LikeAccepting the consequences of your choices Be prepared-have supplies Always trying to do your best Being dependableBeing truthful

  • Responsibility What it Sounds LikeSaying," I was wrong. What can I do to correct the problem?Never saying. I cant. Always saying I will try.Im returning the things I borrowed

  • CaringWhat it Looks LikeThinking about other peoples feelingsBeing thankful for what others do for youForgiving others, everyone makes mistakes

  • CaringWhat it Sounds LikeCan I help you?I will share things I have with others Saying Im sorry when you have hurt someones feelings Being a good citizen by reciting the school and nations pledge in the morning

  • Give-A-HootsPositive reinforcement coupons Randomly given to students Focus on character traits in pledge Used by all staff and bus drivers Weekly drawing Over 22,000 distributed this year!

  • Character CountsPeriodic celebrations for students who consistently behave in a respectful, responsible, and caring manner

    DanceArts and CraftsIce Cream Social Jump rope demonstration

  • STAFF INCENTIVES

    Staff Member of the WeekStaff Breakfast DrawingsKudos to You, Your efforts are worth more than gold, etc.Recognition from Central Office

  • Pictures From PBIS

  • Golden PlungerAwarded weekly to the bathroom that is cleanest

    Students taking responsibility for bathroom appearance

  • Golden Trash CanAwarded weekly to classroom that is cleanest Students taking responsibility for showing respect and caring to their surroundingsEach class decorates the trash can with something special

  • BMC Free Day Banner

    Displayed at school entrance

    Each day with no BMC referrals

    Student with referral removes banner

  • Owl Pal Shadow the OwlCaring toward new studentsNew student receives welcome packetOwl Pal assigned to assist new studentTour of building, meet staff, learn pledgeLunch with BMC monitor/counselorOther goodies Purpose to begin on positive note

  • Spirit- Building Door Decorating Contest (PBIS Theme)Hats On to Good Behavior Twin DayMismatch DayPBIS poster contestSpirit DaysHoot-A-Thon

  • Monthly AssembliesGood Citizen- Respect, Responsibility, Caring

    Attendance Awards

    Rule Review & Reinforcement

  • Student CouncilCharacter Council Based on Respect, Responsibility CaringCommunity Service Student Surveys Dissemination of information

  • Second StepEmpathy Problem- Solving Impulse Control RespectResponsibilityCaring

  • Chart1

    19

    13

    15

    7

    59

    3

    Total Referrals by grade Referrals

    Total Referrals by grade

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    Total Referrals by grade

    GradeReferrals

    K19

    1st13

    2nd15

    3rd7

    4th59

    5th3

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    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Total Referrals by grade Referrals

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  • Chart4

    1

    4

    5

    10

    49

    82

    151

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    PM1

    Other4

    IVL5

    Disruption10

    Defiance49

    PC82

    Total151

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  • Red-2004-2005= 2.9% 2005-2006= 1.3%Yellow-2004-2005= 5.7% 2005-2006= 4.8%Green-2004-2005= 91.4% 2005-2006= 93.7%

    Chart1

    0.9140.0570.029

    0.9370.0480.013

    Behavior Graph 0-1 referrals

    Behavior Graph 2-5 referrals

    Behavior Graph 6+ referrals

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    Behavior Graph

    0-1 referrals2-5 referrals6+ referrals

    2004-200591.40%5.70%2.90%

    2005-200693.70%4.80%1.30%

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    Behavior Graph 0-1 referrals

    Behavior Graph 2-5 referrals

    Behavior Graph 6+ referrals

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  • Targeted Interventions Yellow Zone Analyze Data to determineIndividual studentsIndividual & Small group social skillsBehavior contracting

    4th Grade interventionsLunch & Recess modificationsCheck your behavior competitionChanges made as dictated by data

  • Red ZoneSelective placement in homeroomsPrevention/early interventionReferral to counselor Individual Behavior PlansMentors Alternatives to suspension

  • PBIS History 5th year of implementationAdministrative support & participationGrade level representation on teamSWISStaff development

  • Alternatives to Suspension In-School SuspensionAlternative lunch/recess Invite parent to sit in class with student Counselor/BMC monitor sit in class with student Behavior contracts

  • Evaluation SWIS Data ODR DataTeacher/Student/ Parent Survey Testing Scores CCC AttendanceHoots Given

  • PBISPositive Behavioral Interventions & Supports

    Positive Behavior in School

    Party Because Its SUMMER!!!!