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CPMS - Plan for Increased Middle School Engagement
Transcript of CPMS - Plan for Increased Middle School Engagement
Responsibility *Development of Tier II *Implementation of Tier I *Began drafting common building
language *Development of Tier I *Investigated existing PBIS
resources Test *Ready for a new personalized
procedure for behavior Clark-Pleasant Middle School Brainstorming 2009-
2012 Action Plan Staff Roll Out 2010-
2011 Living It 2012-2013 Next Steps Future Our Plan for Increased Middle School Engagement *Moving to a new building in 2011 *Implemented Warrior Way *Jimtown HS visits CPMS Be Present Be Pro-Active Be Responsible Be Respectful Be Positive *Building level team Can you live with that? *What have we learned? Questions? Questions RtI (Response to Intervention) Team of players: Administrators Teachers Building Staff Researched PBIS framework tiered system Reached out to other PBIS schools Needed more time... Caught in the Act (privilege program) Intense focus on behaviors we wanted and did not want Condensed existing behavior related language Caught in the Act (privilege program) Student roll out of common building language Good citizenship Building and classroom expectations Student dress and appearance Positive school climate change Responsibility log data *What about PBIS? and NOW Then... Class meetings each nine weeks Tier III began to emerge Increased expectations for full staff participation Needed more time... Warrior Way orientation in home rooms Timing is everything Gina Woodward - email@example.com
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