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Yermo School PBIS

Informational presentation on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support
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Diana Sandridge

on 18 April 2014

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Transcript of Yermo School PBIS

Yermo School
PBIS
Silver Valley Unified
Yermo School
Eagle Assembly 1
Eagle Assembly 2
Cafeteria
Playground
Cool Tools:
All Settings
Classroom Expectations
http://www.silvervalley.k12.ca.us/yermos
"Mix it Up"
3 Groups
Put-Away Ball Relay & Lining Up
Cafeteria Behavior Relay
Trash/Recycle Relay
Current Yermo School Data
Where Are
We Now?
Questions
Sample
Cool Tool Lesson

Marc Lacey, Principal
mlacey@svusdk12.net
Anthony Valtier, PBIS Coach
avaltier@svusdk12.net
Alex Garcia, 6th Grade Teacher
agarcia@svusdk12.net
Diana Sandridge, 8th Grade Teacher
dsandridge@svusdk12.net

CONTACT
INFORMATION
Sub Committees
RTI
Planning
Rally
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SWIS
Quick 5
Turning
Negatives
Into
Positives
Core Team
Promotional
Team
Incentive
Team
Intervention
Team
Data
Team
S.O.A.R. Award
Drawings
Eagles
Why is P.B.I.S. necessary?

Why P.B.I.S.?
We have many students that need to be recognized for positive behavior
We will be able to see data that shows improvement that can be shared with others.
Creates a uniform system for behavior management.
Who benefits from P.B.I.S.?
All Staff members
Every staff member is united together to promote positive change.
Students
Increased motivation for expected behaviors
Enhanced positive social interactions
Firm understanding of school wide expectations
Parents
Shows our parents we are committed to reinforcing positive behavior and fostering academic success.
Community
Prepares students for positive interactions in other settings.
Soaring Eagles
Model positive behaviors as role models in the school.
Redirect students toward positive behaviors.
Distribute positive reinforcements.
The Role of the Teacher
To learn and practice SOAR behaviors
To strive for a more positive and enjoyable learning environment
To develop and appreciate when others practice the SOAR behaviors!
The Role of the Student
are:
Safe
Outstanding
Accountable
Respectful
Much like academic growth, social growth must be defined, modeled, practiced, monitored, and acknowledged
Positive role models and actions are not the dominate force in today's media
Parents in the workforce have less time to reinforce positive behaviors at home
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