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Friendship Valley Elementary Pat Dorsey Debbi Gosnell February 14, 2008 Friendship Valley Elementary Pat Dorsey Debbi Gosnell February 14, 2008

Friendship Valley Ø Located in Carroll County Ø Kindergarten through 5 th grade Ø Friendship Valley Ø Located in Carroll County Ø Kindergarten through 5 th grade Ø 444 students Ø Demographics l l l Minority FARM SPED Ø Began implementation in 2005 -2006

PBIS Team Members Pat Dorsey-Principal Ø Debbi Gosnell. SLP/Team Leader Ø Kimberly Muniz- School PBIS Team Members Pat Dorsey-Principal Ø Debbi Gosnell. SLP/Team Leader Ø Kimberly Muniz- School Psych/Coach Ø Assistant Principal Ø Guidance Counselor Ø Support Room Assistant Ø Classroom teachers from grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Ø Art Teacher Ø “We believe optimal student achievement can be attained by utilizing a proactive systems approach for creating and maintaining a safe and effective learning environment. ” FVE PBIS Team

How did we begin PBIS Began with a conversation between principal and school psychologist How did we begin PBIS Began with a conversation between principal and school psychologist as a result of questions from the School Improvement Team. Ø Psychologist presented an overview of PBIS at a staff meeting in the spring of 2006. Ø Staff expressed an interest, administrator attended forum, commitment was established, and a team attended the New Team Training. Ø To help staff see a need for PBIS, data was compiled and shared with staff. Ø

Review of Data: Support Room Referrals Review of Data: Support Room Referrals

Review of Data: Office Referrals Review of Data: Office Referrals

Review of Data: Referrals by Problem Behavior 05 -06 Review of Data: Referrals by Problem Behavior 05 -06

1 st year Ø Staff buy-in Ø Student buy-in Ø Home-School connection Ø Presentation 1 st year Ø Staff buy-in Ø Student buy-in Ø Home-School connection Ø Presentation to PTO Ø Celebrations Ø Areas for improvement Ø Staff Survey

What does PBIS look like at FVE? Ø Theme: “Catch the Wave” l Expectations- What does PBIS look like at FVE? Ø Theme: “Catch the Wave” l Expectations- Respect, Responsibility, Ready to Learn l Student Wave l Flowchart of rewards l Response hierarchy for behavior violations

Student Waves Student Waves

Flowchart of Rewards Flowchart of Rewards

Supporting Documents Ø Brochure Ø Problem Solving Form: K-2 Ø Problem Solving Form: 3 Supporting Documents Ø Brochure Ø Problem Solving Form: K-2 Ø Problem Solving Form: 3 -5 Ø Level One form (LID) Ø Referral Form

Feedback from Staff- 1 st year Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø We were catching Feedback from Staff- 1 st year Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø We were catching the children “doing good” by rewarding them with waves. More emphasis on good behavior and not bad behavior Called students names over the announcements Students had their picture on the wall Same school wide expectations Students were able to pick prizes Pressure sensitized waves – students were able to take one home School unity across the board with discipline Common language, expectations Consistency The children were more apt to display positive behaviors to earn waves and to attend the quarterly celebrations Catching positive behaviors with the waves Waves were a real motivator for all students Same language throughout the school The wave wall Being able to reward children for good behavior Established expectations Great beach party activities outside!!

Celebrations Ø Recognized as a PBIS Green Ribbon Exemplar School Celebrations Ø Recognized as a PBIS Green Ribbon Exemplar School

2 nd Year Ø Fundraising Ø Student Celebrations Ø Staff Celebrations Ø Special Areas 2 nd Year Ø Fundraising Ø Student Celebrations Ø Staff Celebrations Ø Special Areas Intervention Ø Establishing procedures for the levels of behavior

Response to behavior violations Level 1 Response to behavior violations Level 1

Response to behavior violations Level 2 Response to behavior violations Level 2

Response to behavior violations Level 3 Response to behavior violations Level 3

2 nd Year feedback Ø Have you heard what our staff says about PBIS? 2 nd Year feedback Ø Have you heard what our staff says about PBIS?

Administrator Perspective Ø Cost-Benefit Analysis Ø Focus on the positives Ø Consistency and common Administrator Perspective Ø Cost-Benefit Analysis Ø Focus on the positives Ø Consistency and common language Ø Data

Cost Benefit Analysis Cost Benefit Analysis

DATA Ø Trend data over the past 4 years l Support Room Referrals l DATA Ø Trend data over the past 4 years l Support Room Referrals l Office Referrals Ø Referrals by problem behavior

Office Referrals Office Referrals

Support Room Referrals Support Room Referrals

Sharing Data with Staff Ø Staff Meetings Ø Pacing Meetings Sharing Data with Staff Ø Staff Meetings Ø Pacing Meetings

Questions Ø Pat Dorsey: Principal l psdorse@k 12. carr. org Ø Debbi Gosnell: Team Questions Ø Pat Dorsey: Principal l [email protected] 12. carr. org Ø Debbi Gosnell: Team Leader l [email protected] 12. carr. org Ø Kimberly Muniz: Coach l [email protected] 12. carr. org