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Our PBIS Journey

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Lisa Evitts

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Transcript of Our PBIS Journey

Begin With the End in Mind
About Wick
1 of 4 Elementary Schools in Romulus Community School District
K-5 School
90% Economically Disadvantaged
346 Students
5th Year PBIS School
Problem Area
Intervention Room Data showed that our students were receiving 1226 referrals/ODRs each year

These ODRs caused approximately 61,300 minutes of lost instructional time per year.
The Survey Says...
According to 2010 Parent Survey data:

33% of parents thought that students were only usually recognized for positive behaviors
66% of parents thought our students were usually well behaved
Wick Embraces PBIS
1. Common
purpose
& approach to discipline
2. Clear set of
positive expectations
3. Procedures for
teaching
expected behaviors
4. Continuum of procedures for
encouraging
expected behavior
5. Continuum of procedures for
discouraging
inappropriate behavior
6. Procedures for on-going
monitoring
& evaluation


What we did
Used behavior data more effectively
Survey Data
PBIS Survey
Perception Surveys
Mission Possible School Wide Meeting
Students and Parents monitor data
ClassDojo
https://www.classdojo.com
Improve specific student behaviors and engagement by awarding and recording real-time feedback.
Thank you!
Our PBIS Journey
Wick Elementary

Shavonna Johnson, Principal
Rob Baty, Title I Learning Specialist
Lisa Evitts, 2nd grade teacher/ PBIS facilitator



Teachers were removed from the problems
Classroom referrals were at a high
Stakeholders were concerned
Behaviors were not aligned with core values

It was time for a change because we were seeing predictable, reactive responses to behavior that focused on immediate relief for the teacher.
Student Engagement is one of our BEST behavior management tools
Character Education
Easy to change moral knowledge... difficult to change moral conduct

To change moral conduct...
Adults must model behavior
Students must experience academic success
Students must be taught social skills for success
Wick Students Present Character Traits
Intervention Block
CRA Strategy- Fraction Focus
Multisensory Strategy- Basic Facts Focus
Additional Interventions
Special Mentors
Wayne County Community College Youth Skills Enrichment Series
Special Speaker - SRO
Assemblies
Rewards Systems
Coins and Monthly Coin Store
CAT (Caught Acting Terrific) Tickets for lunch and bus
Positive Pizza Party
Game Room
Monthly PBIS Activities
How has PBIS helped our school?
Obstacles
Transient Student Population
Transportation Issues
New Staff
Student Behaviors
Staff Changes
Looking Ahead
Leader in Me School
Drawings for Drivers
Alternatives to Suspension
At-risk interventionist
PBIS/CEIS Coach has been added
Shavonna Johnson, Principal
sljohnson@romulus.k12.mi.us
Rob Baty, Title I Learning Specialist
rlbaty@romulus.k12.mi.us
Lisa Evitts, PBIS Facilitator
lmevitts@romulus.k12.mi.us
ODRs By Location
Stakeholder Feedback
2013-2014 Parent Survey

92% agreed or strongly agreed that our school provides a safe learning environment.

5 parents mentioned PBIS as part of what they liked best at our school in the open-ended responses.
Good
Teaching
Student
Achievement
Behavior
Management
The effect size for total ODRs from the baseline year of 2010-2011 to the post year of 2013-2014 was -0.6 which represents a substantial decline in referrals
We searched for a way to create a school climate where all students felt safe, valued and respected. Our concerns were that:
The effect size for total bus ODRs from the baseline year of 2010-2011 to the post year of 2013-2014 was -0.38, which represents a substantial decline in bus referrals.
The effect size for total classroom ODRs from the baseline year of 2010-2011 to the post year of 2013-2014 was -1.16 which represents a substantial decline in classroom referrals.
Watch D.O.G.S.
Dads Of Great Students
Role model for male students
Extra set of eyes in the halls
Lunch and recess behavior
We practiced
We continuously improved on incorporating teaching of the behavior expectations into our regular teaching routines.
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