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Copy of Digital Scrapbook

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"C.L.A.S. ROAR"
SWPBS

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RtII Behavior
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Carbon Learning
Achievement
School
SWPBS
CLAS
School-Wide
Positive
Behavior
Support
A behavior plan focusing on positive behavior interventions in all aspects of a student’s day.
What is SWPBS?
Work the whole system:
Bus Behavior
Classroom Behaviors
Bathroom Behaviors
Lunch/ Lounge Behaviors
School Wide Behaviors
Group and Individual Counseling
6 Target Areas
Create change that is socially significant:
Effect all parts of the students day
Make changes that last a long time
Focus not only on reducing problem behavior but also increasing pro-social behaviors in students.
Create environments that foster success in students.
What we hope happens
with SWPBS:
Students
who are
motivated
by the program
Intense intervention
Behavior Intervention
Behavior referral to office
PBIS Triangle of Behaviors
SWPBS works for most students!
And when are we supposed to find time to do this?
Is this going to create more work?
Aren’t we rewarding too much?

Don’t worry, we had the same concerns!
We know you are sitting there thinking:
Identify expectations
Teach the expectations
Reward students who meet expectations
What must we do?
R
espect
O
wnership
A
chievement
R
esponcibility
Expectations:
ROAR

Respect
Follow directions from the Driver
Respect the property & space of others
Ownership
Stay in your seat

Keep hands, feet, and items to yourself

Achievement
Get on & off the bus in a safe and quiet manner

Responsibility

Clean up after yourself

Be ready for the bus on time
Bus Expectations
R
espect
Speak at appropriate times

O
wnership
Take care of school property
Acknowledge your successes and challenges
Actively participate to the best of your ability

A
chievement
Complete assignments on time
Make up missed assignments as directed.

R
esponcibilty
Come prepared with materials requires
Classroom Expectations
R
espect
Honor the privacy of others

O
wnership
Report anything out of order to staff
Wash hands & maintain personal hygiene

A
chievement
Keep the area clean & safe

R
esponcibiltiy
Use the facility in an appropriate manner
Use sign out sheet
Bathroom Expectations
R
espect
Respect personal space

O
wnership
Touch only your own food
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself

A
chievement
Independently socialize with peers
Clean up all your trash

R
esponsibility
Engage in appropriate topics of conversation
Lunch / Lounge Expectations
R
espect
Use polite language with staff and students
Respect the property of others
Treat others as you would like to be treated

O
wnership
Follow building policy regarding electronics and dress code
Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Be in your area at all times
Accept consequences of your actions

A
chievement
Demonstrate necessary skills for home and work environment

Responsibility
Come to school everyday on time
Bring absence excuse to school in a timely manner
School Wide Expectations
Teach Expectations
Smaller, more teacher – friendly version
Present them to students in higher frequency
This is the key to the success of the program
Rewarding whole group
Teachers may use cards at their discretion.
Classroom plans should coincide with ROAR Cash Card program in order to create consistency
Well – developed menu of rewards for all!
Reward System-ROAR Cards
**Student will be able to “purchase” these items with their ROAR Cards**
Examples:
~ Daily ROAR Cash Card drawing
~ ROAR Café – 10 Cards
~ Recess time at the end of the day – 10 cards
**The committee will also be surveying the students to determine what they would like to earn for outstanding behavior**
School-Wide Reinforcement
The SWPBS Leadership team worked for four+ days during this year to learn about and develop the school-wide program.
The SWPBS Team and staff will meet once month to analyze student behavior data in order to evaluate and continue developing the program
Together we can make Our School a positive place to learn and work!
Our School’s Commitment
Let’s Have a Great Year!

Respect
Show Respect to others
Keep Confidentially

Ownership
Use "I" statements
Tell the truth ( strengths/needs and teachers/others
Focus on yourself

Achievement
Actively participate to the best of your ability

Responsibility

Work on your goals
Group and Individual Counseling
Acknowledgment System
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