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Gilbert Heights Elementary

SOCIAL CULTURE

Present & Future

GH Demographics

0.00%
10.00%
20.00%
30.00%
40.00%
50.00%
60.00%
70.00%
80.00%
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Black
White
Hispanic
Native American
Asian
GH Demographics

0.00%
10.00%
20.00%
30.00%
40.00%
50.00%
60.00%
70.00%
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Free
Reduced
GH Behavior Considerations



Ethnicity/Cultural Expectations


Socioeconomics Expectations


Mobile Population


Total Student Withdrawals 2005
-
06: 91 students


Total Student Admission 2005
-
06: 97 students


Total Student Population: 593 students




Research


Love & Logic



by: Jim Faye


Consistency


Fairness



A Framework for Understanding Poverty


by: Ruby Payne


Poor knowledge of school functions


Power


Fairness

GH Behavior Statistics

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2
4
6
8
10
12
14
September
November
January
March
Insubordination
Fighting/Assault
Threat
Theft
Other
Drug Possession
Weapon Possession
*160 referred incidents to date

GH Behavior Expectations?


Questions:


1. What are the school

rules?


2. Do you think all

students should

have to follow the

same rules?


3. What happens to

students who don’t

follow the school

rules?

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GH Expectations:

1.
Make Good Decisions


2.
Solve Problems


3.
Show Respect


School
-
wide universal expectations more detailed in


hand book. REVISITED?

Why Do We Care?


GH population trend


More teaching time


Increased learning


AYP standards


School Improvement


Plan


District mandated



What Can We Do?


Examine current beliefs


Assess needs


Explore research


Design GH behavior expectations


Implement GH behavior
expectations

Positive Behavior System
(PBS)


Overview:


PBS focuses on individualized school systems critical
to promoting student learning through developing
their skills in assuming responsibility for their
behavioral choices.


These systems include:



*School
-
wide + reinforcement program



*School
-
wide consistent consequences system



*Specific behavior expectations for common



areas



*School
-
wide classroom systems



*Individual students plans


PBS Research


More than 50% of all crime in the U.S. is
committed by 5
-
7% of youth between the ages
of 10
-
20.


APA Commission on Youth Violence, 1993


Each school day 100,000 students in the U.S.
bring weapons to school.


Walker, 1994


Exclusion and punishment are ineffective at
producing long term reduction in problem
behavior.


Costenbader & Markson, 1998


Most effective responses to school violence are:
social skills training, academic restructuring, and
behavioral interventions.


Gottfredson, 1997; Elliot, Hamburg, & Williams, 1998; Tolan
& Guerra, 1994; Lipsey, 1991&1992


Quantative/Qualitative Data

(GH will measure & evaluate for change over length of plan)


Increased instructional time


Decreased administrator time spent
responding to behavior


Improved school culture


Increased student self
-
management skills


Increased staff management tools


Reduced numbers of students with perceived
behavior challenges


Real help for students with severe behavior
challenges


Increased opportunities for learning success


Reduced referrals to special education

GH & PBS Long Term Timeline


Year 1: Establish Commitment
-


Common Language &



Common Area Behavior


Expectations


Year 1: Uniform Referral



Slips/Consequences


Year 1: Uniform Positive



Reinforcement System


Year 2: Establish Commitment
-


Common Classroom



Behavior Expectations


Year 3: Individual Students


Ongoing:


Positive & Negative Behavior Tracking


Investigate Research


Staff Input

GH & PBS
Annual Timeline


Staff Overview: April 10


Staff Survey: April 10


PBS Committee: April 18



*review survey results



*common language



*common area behavior expectations


Staff Review & Input: May


PBS Committee: May




*restructure using input




*design common area behavior



expectations lesson plans


PBS Committee Lesson Plan
Presentation: May


Staff Agreement to teach common
language & common area behavior
expectations: August