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SHRRP

Positive Behavioral Support as used at Crestdale Elementary in Richmond, Indiana. Connie Miller, Principal
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Angel Pankratz

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of SHRRP

Positive Behavior Support SHRRP Teachers S=Safety H= Honesty R= Respect R=Responsibiliy P= Perseverance To act in
ways that keep
you and others
free from harm. To be
truthful and
reliable, worthy
of the trust of
others. To
show care and
consideration for
self and others. To take care of
your duties. To continue
doing something
that is difficult. Students Crestdale Elementary Connie Miller
Principal 4 year work
in progress Hallway Classroom Cafeteria Restrooms Playground Arrival/ Dismissal/
Gym Follow
playground
rules
Let an adult
know if
something is
wrong WALK!
No horseplay Report spills
Use utensils
appropriately
Report choking to
adult Use soap and paper
towel to wash
hands only
Keep water in the
sink and toilet Keep backpack on
your back
Walk to and from the
bus
Stay on the sidewalk Sit with chair and feel flat on floor
Keep hands and feet to self
Walk at all times
Push in your chairs
Know procedures for drills
Keep your possessions in your desk or in their proper place
Be aware of what and who is around you
(M.O.P.) If injury could happen to Me, Others, or Property,
don’t do it Restrooms Hallway Playground Classroom Cafeteria Arrival/ Dismissal/
Gym Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms Arrival/ Dismissal/
Gym Arrival/ Dismissal/
Gym Arrival/ Dismissal/
Gym Playground Playground Playground Classroom Classroom Classroom Hallway Listen to others (peers and adults)
Treat others the way you want to be treated (Golden Rule)
Return borrowed things
Use good manners (please and thank you)
Take turns (share)
Respect all adults as authority
Be open-minded to everyone’s opinion
Ask before using others’ things Use zero voices
during the school
day
Use voice level 1
during arrival
and dismissal
Do not touch
things or people Level 1 voices only
Keep hands and
feet to self
Follow directions
of adults in charge
Use good dining
manners Keep hands
and feet to self
Use
appropriate
language
Listen to all
adults Keep hands and feet
to yourself
Voice level is at
requested level Flush for next
person
Place paper towels
in trashcan
Honor privacy of
others
Do not vandalize
property Be prepared for class (homework, planner, materials, folder
returned, permission slips returned)
Use materials properly (use of and return)
Take responsibility for your own actions (no blaming
others)
Keep your desk clean
Put your things away
Pick up after yourself
Use materials as if they are your own
Take care of your community Leave promptly
Always wash
hands
Use appropriate
voice level Watch out for
each other
Return
playground
equipment
Know
playground
equipment and
rules
Pick up
personal
property Follow directions
from all adults
Make sure an adult
knows where you are
at all times
Check in at office
when late
Be sure you leave
gym with all
belongings
Ask for help when
needed Cafeteria Hallway Stay in line
Have a pass Clean up own area
Dispose of trash
appropriately
Food should
remain in
appropriate
container Cafeteria Share and be
fair
Take turns Eat only your own
food Go straight to
and from
destination Return items found to
office
Apologize for
accidents
immediately
Stay in designated
area Report problems to
adults Own your actions and words
Take responsibility for your mistakes (you will learn from
them)
ALWAYS tell the truth
Encourage others to tell the truth, and support them when
they tell the truth
If it is not yours, do not touch or take
Do the right thing even if no one is watching or no one else
is doing the right thing Cafeteria Hallway Be a good
winner and
loser
Problem solve Encourage others
to behave
appropriately
Attempt to take
care of own needs Do the right
thing Do the right
thing Do the right thing Never give up
Stay on task
Focus on the objective
Adapt and overcome
Expect your best
Ask for help after your own attempt
Be willing to try again Indiana University School of Education Dual Liscensure Canidates
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