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ALTON ELEMENTARY STINGERS STRIVE FOR SUCCESS! 2015 -2016 SCHOOL-WIDE PBIS PLAN Debra Martin, Principal ALTON ELEMENTARY STINGERS STRIVE FOR SUCCESS! 2015 -2016 SCHOOL-WIDE PBIS PLAN Debra Martin, Principal 2020 Alton Avenue Memphis, TN 38106 1

ALTON ELEMENTARY VISION Given the right opportunities, we believe every child can develop a ALTON ELEMENTARY VISION Given the right opportunities, we believe every child can develop a love of learning. We believe every teacher can stimulate our students’ minds in ways that will promote learning and successful achievement. We believe that our school can raise achievement beyond what once seemed impossible and because we believe these things, our mission is clear. 2

ALTON’S MISSION Research-based teaching strategies will be provided to all students positively impacting them ALTON’S MISSION Research-based teaching strategies will be provided to all students positively impacting them academically and socially to increase college and career readiness to promote success in a global world. 3

ALTON ‘S PHILOSOPHY STATEMENTS The social curriculum is an important as the academic curriculum. ALTON ‘S PHILOSOPHY STATEMENTS The social curriculum is an important as the academic curriculum. How children learn is as important as what they learn. The greatest cognitive growth occurs through social interaction. There is a set of social skills that children need to learn and practice in order to be successful. We must know our children individually, culturally, and developmentally. Knowing the families of the children we teach is as important as knowing the children. Teachers and administrators must Model, Model the social and academic skills that they wish to teach students. 4

PREVIOUS RESULTS Elementary 2014 -2015 - Number of Suspensions = 8. 6% - Number PREVIOUS RESULTS Elementary 2014 -2015 - Number of Suspensions = 8. 6% - Number of Expulsion = None - Attendance: 93. 5% The number of suspensions decreased from the 2013 -2014 to 2014 -2015. Data used from TN Dept. of Education School Report card 5

GOALS OR OBJECTIVES Home suspensions will decrease by 10%. Office referrals will decrease by GOALS OR OBJECTIVES Home suspensions will decrease by 10%. Office referrals will decrease by 10%. Student absences and tardies will decrease by 10%. Initiate appropriate interventions to address consistent disruptive behavior by 10%. Teacher participation increase by 10%. Increase positive incentives for students and teachers to promote a positive school climate. 6

PREVENTION/INTERVENTION Student, Parents, & Teachers Needs Assessment Surveys Classroom Management Professional Developments Love and PREVENTION/INTERVENTION Student, Parents, & Teachers Needs Assessment Surveys Classroom Management Professional Developments Love and Logic Tools Parent Trainings School Culture and Climate Professional Development Peer Mediation Groups School wide Assemblies Classroom Guidance Individual and Small Group Counseling Sessions 7

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Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE & SART PROCESS MAP AND ROLE ASSIGNMENTS 1. Student accumulates 5 Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE & SART PROCESS MAP AND ROLE ASSIGNMENTS 1. Student accumulates 5 unexcused absences 6. Student name placed on SART Watch List 7. SART Watch List monitored by support team 2. Principal notification by e-mail 5. Meeting documented in SMS Discipline Module 8. Re-offenders reported to principal 3. Parent notification of meeting 4. Counselor holds SART meeting, parent signs PSAP* 9. Principal contacts parent of re-offender and Truancy Officer 9

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Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE & SART PROCESS MAP AND ROLE ASSIGNMENTS Role in Process Map Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE & SART PROCESS MAP AND ROLE ASSIGNMENTS Role in Process Map Owner of role by name 1 SART Process Owner Debra Martin 2 Office of Attendance send list Ron Pope 3 Notify Parent of SART Meeting Sharon Ewing 4 School Counselor convenes SART Meeting Karyana Jones 5 Meeting documented in SMS Discipline Karyana Jones 6 Student name placed on SART Watch List Sharon Ewing 7 SART Watch List monitoring Sharon Ewing 8 Re-offenders reported to Principal Karyana Jones/Sharon Ewing 9 Principal contacts re-offender parent and Truancy Officer Debra Martin 11

Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT Date: October 21, 2015 School Name: Alton Elementary School Attendance Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT Date: October 21, 2015 School Name: Alton Elementary School Attendance Team Members: Indicate which staff serves on the school’s attendance data team. What is this team’s meeting schedule? Every Friday Principal Debra Martin Counselor Karyana Jones General Office Secretary Sharon Ewing ☐ Other: Attendance Challenges: Describe your top 3 attendance challenges for your school. Be specific. 1. Tardies 2. Unexcused absences 5 or more 3. Early dismissal 12

Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT CONTINUED School Data Summary Attendance Goal Notes: Actual Chronic Absenteeism Revised 8/15 ATTENDANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT CONTINUED School Data Summary Attendance Goal Notes: Actual Chronic Absenteeism Goal Actual Absences due to Suspensions Goal Actual School Update Describe your plans for prevention and intervention strategies to address chronic absenteeism. Prevention Strategies Intervention Strategies 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Additional Comments: 13

SCS SCHOOL-WIDE PBIS (DISCIPLINE) TEAM WORKSHEET 2015 -2016 Name of School: Alton Elementary PBIS SCS SCHOOL-WIDE PBIS (DISCIPLINE) TEAM WORKSHEET 2015 -2016 Name of School: Alton Elementary PBIS Team is representative of the school faculty and includes an administrator. Fill in the names of team members and designate counselor who will serve as Team Leader (TL) / Internal Coach Principal* Debra Martin Assistant Principal (recommended) Professional School Counselor* Karyana Jones School Psychologist General Education Teacher(s) Erika Hughes, Tamara Rogers, Bwana Hollowell MEA Representative Sherry Howard Elected Teachers (2)* Angela Gaia and Briney Johnson Special Education Teacher(s)* Mary Dabney and Cole Related Arts Teacher(s) Cedrick Hill Scholars: Ann Woods Educational Assistant(s)/ Non-Certified Staff Vernice Bowles Community Member Karyana Jones Gina Faulkner Robertson Parents (s)* Sherry Howard ISS Assistant (recommended) Cafeteria/Custodial Staff Carolyn Thomas/ Rodney Jefferson Bus Driver Other(s): PBIS Counselor Gina True 14

ALTON’S MEETING SCHEDULE 20 Day Reporting Period Approximate Dates of Reporting Periods All data ALTON’S MEETING SCHEDULE 20 Day Reporting Period Approximate Dates of Reporting Periods All data for period entered into system (A) SW PBIS Team meeting dates (B) Faculty meeting dates to report interpretation of 20 day data (C) 1 08/10/15 -09/04/15 9/4/15 09/04/2015 09/09/15 2 09/08/15 -10/6/15 10/06/15 10/21/15 10/28/15 3 10/07/15 -11/10/15 11/2015 11/4/2015 4 11/12/15 -12/14/15 12/18/2015 5 12/15/15 -01/27/16 02/2016 6 01/28/16 -02/26/16 03/2016 7 02/29/16 -04/01/16 03/27/16 04/2016 8 04/04/16 -04/29/16 05/2016 9 05/02/16 -05/27/15 TBA 08 -2016 Aug Inservice week 2015 15

Please insert names of Team members below: (A) Data should be entered promptly to Please insert names of Team members below: (A) Data should be entered promptly to enable review of accurate data. Deadline for data entry is the Friday following the end of the reporting period. Principal should identify person responsible for entering behavior data. Sharon Ewing, General Office Secretary (B) Committee should meet within one week of final data entry for reporting period. Enter projected meeting dates in this column. Identify team member responsible for data summary to report to SW PBIS Team. Karyana Jones School Counselor: Determine how you wish to examine your data: by location, by student, by infraction, by time of day, number of referrals per day per reporting period. Also consider office referral procedures and data integrity. (C) Faculty meeting to discuss behavior should be held within a week of the SW PBIS Team’s Meeting. Enter projected dates in this column. Identify persons responsible for sharing data trends for previous reporting period with the faculty. Karyana Jones Counselor: Team may wish to lead faculty in brainstorming intervention strategies based on data. Share successes and areas of continued efforts. 16

MONITORING PROCESS q 20 Day Attendance Reports q 20 Day PBIS Reports q Office MONITORING PROCESS q 20 Day Attendance Reports q 20 Day PBIS Reports q Office Referrals q Discipline Tracker q Progress Reports q Report Cards q Parent Conferences q Counselor Referrals q S-Team Referrals 17

MONITORING PROCESS How is data used by the School-wide PBIS Team to determine progress MONITORING PROCESS How is data used by the School-wide PBIS Team to determine progress toward goals and Action Plan? Scholars are placed in appropriate Tier Intervention/Enrichment Groups Data meeting are held during PLC to discuss progress Team meets monthly to discuss and review our Plan of Actions for this school year 18

CELEBRATION Teachers and Scholars are celebrated throughout the school year 20 Days Attendance Incentive CELEBRATION Teachers and Scholars are celebrated throughout the school year 20 Days Attendance Incentive Store Scholar of the Week Teacher of the Month Honor’s Programs/Trips Most Improved Scholar Awards The celebrations and successes are communicate though: Ø Announcements Ø Bulletin Boards Ø Faculty Meetings Ø School’s Website 19

ALTON’S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-WIDE RULES 1. Always respect yourself and others 2. Listen and follow ALTON’S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-WIDE RULES 1. Always respect yourself and others 2. Listen and follow directions the first time. 3. Take responsibility for your actions. 4. Obey all school rules and procedures. 5. Negotiate with positive communication. 20

BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATION MATRIX School Wide -Rules Classroom Cafeteria Hallway Restroom Bus Be Prepared Come BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATION MATRIX School Wide -Rules Classroom Cafeteria Hallway Restroom Bus Be Prepared Come to class with all necessary materials Be on time Obey the “Quiet Zone “ signal Enter quickly and quietly Be aware of morning and afternoon schedule Be Productive Stay on task, submit assignments, take notes Do not leave your assigned area Carry a hall pass if sent on an errand Follow instructions the first time given Be seated quickly and quietly; listen attentively Be Positive Do your best at all times Be a positive role model for others Model proper behavior Model positive attitude and behavior Be Polite Practice good manners Dispose of trash during breakfast and lunch Walk quietly and to the right in the hallways Dispose of Respect trash properly yourself and throughout the others school 21

STAFF & OFFICE MANAGED BEHAVIOR CHART Minor Problem Behavior (Staff) Inappropriate Language Physical Contact/Physical STAFF & OFFICE MANAGED BEHAVIOR CHART Minor Problem Behavior (Staff) Inappropriate Language Physical Contact/Physical Aggression Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Definition Minor Examples Any spoken, written, or non-verbal communication that insults, mocks, belittles, or slanders another person. Comments (profanity) and gestures that are not directed at an individual, harmless rumors. “All your family is dumb, ” “This sucks, ” “Crap, ” “Butthead”, “Stupid”, “What the!” Student engages in nonserious, but inappropriate physical contact. Student engages in brief or low-intensity failure to respond to adult requests. Silly horseplay, playful grabbing, pinching, nonaggressive punching or slapping, chasing, shoving, inadvertent physical contact, stepping on feet Talking back, not following directions, sleeping, refusal to complete assignments, ignoring request of adult Major Problem Behavior (Office) Abusive Language/ Inappropriate Language/ Profanity Fighting/ Physical Aggression Defiance/ Disrespect/ Insubordination/ Non-Compliance Definitions Major Examples Verbal messages that include profanity, name calling or use of words in an inappropriate way. Profanity directed at an individual, hostile threats either written, spoken, or non-verbal Actions involving serious physical contact where injury may occur (e. g. , hitting, punching, hitting with an object, kicking, hair pulling, scratching, etc. ). Hitting, punching, kicking, hair pulling, scratching, choking, biting Refusal to follow directions, talking back and/or socially rude interactions. Refusal to comply with established rules, leaving class without permission, overtly verbally defiant/argumentative 22

ALTON’S REFERRAL FLOW CHART 23 ALTON’S REFERRAL FLOW CHART 23

Observe Problem Behavior Warning/Conference with Student Use Classroom Consequence No Complete Discipline Tracker Call Observe Problem Behavior Warning/Conference with Student Use Classroom Consequence No Complete Discipline Tracker Call Parent Schedule Conference Refer to guidance Write the student a REFERRAL to the main office Is behavior office managed? Yes Classroom Managed Office Managed • Preparedness • Calling Out • Classroom Disruption • Refusal to Follow a Reasonable Request (Insubordination) • Failure to Serve a Detention • Put Downs • Refusing to Work • Inappropriate Tone/Attitude • Electronic Devices • Inappropriate Comments • Food or Drink • Weapons • Fighting or Aggressive Physical Contact • Chronic Minor Infractions • Aggressive Language • Threats • Harassment of Student or Teacher • Truancy/Cut Class • Smoking • Vandalism • Alcohol • Drugs • Gambling • Dress Code • Cheating • Not w/ Class During Emergency • Leaving School Grounds • Foul Language at Student/Staff Write referral to office Administrator determines consequence Administrator follows through on consequence Administrator provides teacher feedback SIDE BAR on Minor Incident Reports • • Issue slip when student does not respond to pre -correction, re -direction, or verbal warning • Once written, file a copy with administrator Take concrete action to correct behavior (i. e. assign detention, • • Take concrete action to correct behavior (i. e. assign detention, complete behavior reflection writing, seat change) 24

TEACH THE RULES, EXPECTATIONS AND PROCEDURES 25 TEACH THE RULES, EXPECTATIONS AND PROCEDURES 25

PROCEDURES The Three Steps To Teaching Procedures Explain: ◦ ◦ Rehearse: ◦ State Explain PROCEDURES The Three Steps To Teaching Procedures Explain: ◦ ◦ Rehearse: ◦ State Explain Demonstrate Model Rehearse and practice the procedure under your supervision. Reinforce: ◦ Re-teach, rehearse, practice and reinforce the procedure until it becomes a habit or routine. * All Scholars should be tested on scholar handbook. 26

SCHOOL PROCEDURES List school procedures for entering school Classrooms are open each day at SCHOOL PROCEDURES List school procedures for entering school Classrooms are open each day at 9: 00 a. m. and school begins at 9: 15 a. m. Scholars entering the building between 9: 00 and 9: 15 a. m. should enter the main entrance. All scholars will report directly to classrooms and support staff with assist with monitoring this process. Kindergarten through Fifth Grade will eat breakfast in the classroom. Scholars are expected to move through the halls swiftly, meanwhile staying to the right of the hallway. When the weather is inclement scholars will be allowed to enter the building as they arrive and assemble in cafteria. Closing Scholars will be dismissed each day at 4: 15 p. m. Scholars should be completely off campus by 4: 30 p. m. unless accompanied by a teacher for a specific activity. A warning notice will be given to parents and scholars on the first occurrence of being on campus after 4: 30 p. m. On the second occurrence, scholars will be issued a Parent Conference Form/ Home Suspension. Passing of school Classes Scholars should always be monitored at all times. ( Ex. when traveling to restrooms, cafeteria, and support classes. ) 27

PROCEDURES CONTINUED: Lunchroom Scholars will enter the cafeteria quietly. The scholars will also be PROCEDURES CONTINUED: Lunchroom Scholars will enter the cafeteria quietly. The scholars will also be assigned seats according to homeroom sections. Please talk to your students about manners and behavior in the cafeteria. Scholars are expected to act like young ladies and young gentlemen while in the cafeteria. We expect scholars to use their company manners at all times. The administration and designated staff will supervise the cafeteria during lunch. Scholars are to follow their directions withoutquestion withouthesitation. the and If cafeteria gets too loud during lunch, talking will be prohibited in the cafeteria until order is well established. "Silent lunch" may last several seconds or for the entire lunch period, depending on how cooperative and responsibly scholars respond. There will be a time-out table in the cafeteria for scholars on punishment where talking will not be allowed. Scholars helpers will be selected by cafeteria monitors. Rules 1. Food will be eaten and not thrown. 2. Students will not scream or talk loudly. 3. Students will remain seated until asked by an adult to move. . 4. Trays and waste should not be left on the tables or the floor. 5. Students will not play, run, or push. Scholars will be quiet the last 5 minutes. 28

PROCEDURES CONTINUED Assemblies Scholars are expected to conduct themselves in an orderly and courteous PROCEDURES CONTINUED Assemblies Scholars are expected to conduct themselves in an orderly and courteous manner during each program. Applause should be generous when appropriate. Whistling, stamping of feet, shouting aloud, booing, and constantly talking will not be tolerated. Restrooms/Hall Passes: 1) Restroom visits by class should be before/after lunch. Teams should continue to schedule their visits accordingly. 2) Individual scholars will be permitted to visit the restroom during other times if issued a hall pass, or if they have a letter from a physician. 29

HOW WE TEACH THE RULES AND PROCEDURES Classroom Instruction Orientation (School Counselor – Classroom HOW WE TEACH THE RULES AND PROCEDURES Classroom Instruction Orientation (School Counselor – Classroom Guidance) Daily Announcements Assemblies Parent/Scholar Handbook Posted Signs 30

ANNUAL PBIS KICK-OFF Teach SCS Code of Conduct Teach Schoolwide Rules and Behavior Expectations ANNUAL PBIS KICK-OFF Teach SCS Code of Conduct Teach Schoolwide Rules and Behavior Expectations from matrix Twist into Great Attendance Scholars Celebrations Teachers Celebrations 31

SCHOOL WIDE INCENTIVES Twist into Great Behavior(96% Goal) Celebration for the class(es) with the SCHOOL WIDE INCENTIVES Twist into Great Behavior(96% Goal) Celebration for the class(es) with the highest attendance Honors Program Scholar of the Week/Month Morning and Afternoon Announcements Alton’s Bucks/ Tickets (coming soon) Out of Uniform Day Sock Hops Movie Day 32

Alton Elementary Incentive Ticket ALTON’S HIGH 5 TRAITS AT SCHOOL SCHOLAR’S NAME _________________ DISPLAYED Alton Elementary Incentive Ticket ALTON’S HIGH 5 TRAITS AT SCHOOL SCHOLAR’S NAME _________________ DISPLAYED THE HIGH 5 TRAITS OF: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ATTENDANCE ATTIRE ATTITUDE ALTITUDE (CIRCLE THE TRAIT YOU OBSERVED) STAFF SIGNATURE _______________________ IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO WRITE ON THE BACK THE DETAILS OF WHAT YOU OBSERVED FEEL FREE! 33

Stringer’s Incentive Ticket ALTON ELEMENTARY’S TRAITS IN THE COMMUNITY SCHOLAR NAME _________________ DISPLAYED THE Stringer’s Incentive Ticket ALTON ELEMENTARY’S TRAITS IN THE COMMUNITY SCHOLAR NAME _________________ DISPLAYED THE 5 AS: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ATTENDANCE ATTIRE ATTITUDE ARTS (CIRCLE THE TRAIT YOU OBSERVED) SIGNATURE _______________________ IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO WRITE ON THE BACK THE DETAILS OF WHAT YOU OBSERVED FEEL FREE! THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR YOUTH. 34

TEACHER INCENTIVES Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance Recognition Teacher of the Month Bulletin Board Competition TEACHER INCENTIVES Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance Recognition Teacher of the Month Bulletin Board Competition Award Door Completion Teacher of the Year Award Team Award for Highest Academic Growth Kudos in the Alton’s Advisor 35

Alton’s Teacher Recognition 36 Alton’s Teacher Recognition 36

ALTON’S ELEMENTARY RESOURCES FOR INCENTIVES Adopters Community agencies & businesses Local Restaurants Fundraisers Local ALTON’S ELEMENTARY RESOURCES FOR INCENTIVES Adopters Community agencies & businesses Local Restaurants Fundraisers Local and Neighborhood Churches 37

COMMUNICATION WITH PARENTS & COMMUNITY SCS School Website Parent Meetings Annual Title 1 Meetings COMMUNICATION WITH PARENTS & COMMUNITY SCS School Website Parent Meetings Annual Title 1 Meetings Open House SCS Messenger Monthly School-wide Calendar Thursday Folders 38

CHARACTER EDUCATION Teachers, staff and administrators use the exhibited behaviors, whether positive or negative, CHARACTER EDUCATION Teachers, staff and administrators use the exhibited behaviors, whether positive or negative, demonstrated by a scholar to reinforce proper social constructs and relationships. Physical Education The Physical Educational department and counseling department will participate in the SCS Healthy Choice Week in October/November. During this week, the scholar and staff will focus on healthy eating, the important of exercising, and healthy relationships. Year Round/Annually Special guest are invited to attend and speak at school-wide assemblies throughout the entire year, for special events as well as community involvement projects. Good Behavior and Good Work Ethics are rewarded throughout the year, through a variety of resources proved by the support staff here at Alton Elementary. Monthly classroom guidance lessons focuses on character education and character traits are revisited during morning announcements. 39

ATOD PREVENTION Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Prevention Programs Prevention education is addressed in: ATOD PREVENTION Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Prevention Programs Prevention education is addressed in: - Lifetime Wellness • 2 nd Nine Weeks – Healthy Choice Week -Classroom Guidance - Individualized drug and alcohol interventions 40

BULLYING PREVENTION • • • Training with faculty: Professional development provided by SCS and BULLYING PREVENTION • • • Training with faculty: Professional development provided by SCS and administered by the School Counselors, to faculty, staff and stakeholders. Training for Students: Taught by School Counselors during Classroom Guidance Cyber-Bullying will also be implemented by the school counselors 41

VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS Violence and Drug Prevention will be implemented in classroom guidance, schoolwide VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS Violence and Drug Prevention will be implemented in classroom guidance, schoolwide assemblies and administrative announcements throughout the school year. Gang Task Force presentation –as needed Peer Mediation – School Counselors Bullying Prevention Programs 42

TIER 1/INTERVENTION - ELEMENTARY Friday Treats Special Recognition During Announcements Extra Computer Time Alton’s TIER 1/INTERVENTION - ELEMENTARY Friday Treats Special Recognition During Announcements Extra Computer Time Alton’s Bucks 43

TIER 2/INTERVENTION TEAM School Counselor, administrator, appropriate instructional staff and behavior related personnel. Will TIER 2/INTERVENTION TEAM School Counselor, administrator, appropriate instructional staff and behavior related personnel. Will monitor group and targeted interventions such as group counseling, Check in Check out, and skill building. Evaluate outcomes of interventions and make adjustments for scholars 44

INTERVENTION STRATEGIES Describe secondary interventions (Tier 2) for scholars who have been referred to INTERVENTION STRATEGIES Describe secondary interventions (Tier 2) for scholars who have been referred to the office 2 - 5 times, such as: Group and Individual counseling Check In, Check Out Behavior plans for repeated minor infractions and over 5 days out of school suspension (using BIM and other resources), 45

ADDITIONAL TIER 2 INTERVENTIONS Self monitoring programs Peer mediation Increased academic/behavioral supports & practices ADDITIONAL TIER 2 INTERVENTIONS Self monitoring programs Peer mediation Increased academic/behavioral supports & practices Parent Training & collaboration Self management training and support Social skills instruction Behavioral Contract 46

INTERVENTION (TIER 2) EVALUATION What is your Tier 2 Team using as indicators of INTERVENTION (TIER 2) EVALUATION What is your Tier 2 Team using as indicators of progress & success for scholars who participate in your scholars interventions Number of office referrals Observation data 20 Day Reports Student surveys Disciplinary Tracker 47

TERTIARY INTERVENTIONS (TIER 3) S-TEAM REFERRAL/MONITORING PROCESSSRT PROCESS Purpose Assist general education teachers Provide TERTIARY INTERVENTIONS (TIER 3) S-TEAM REFERRAL/MONITORING PROCESSSRT PROCESS Purpose Assist general education teachers Provide strategies & interventions Records Review Progress Monitoring for 20 weeks Vision Screening Hearing Screening Other Health Information Absences Additional Support Services Maximize students learning & development 48

S-TEAM/MONITORING PROCESS CONT: Pre-Referral Academic Concerns Behavior Concerns Implement Modifications Teaching Strategies Written Language S-TEAM/MONITORING PROCESS CONT: Pre-Referral Academic Concerns Behavior Concerns Implement Modifications Teaching Strategies Written Language Homework Modifications Implement Modifications Determine What is Maintaining the Behavior Skill Training Referral Decision Comprehensive Evaluation Yes No Parental Notification Assessment Results 49

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RESOURCES TN PBIS links http: //www. edprodevelopment. com & http: //riseprojectmemphis. org Maryland PBIS RESOURCES TN PBIS links http: //www. edprodevelopment. com & http: //riseprojectmemphis. org Maryland PBIS http: //www. pbismaryland. org PBIS http: //www. pbis. org 51