PBIS

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

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*CLICK ON THE TEACHER SLIDE SHOW BELOW* (Important Information for Teachers)

STUDENT SLIDE SHOW! PRESENT DURING HOMEROOM DAILY: MONDAY-- THURSDAY!

PBIS WALKTHROUGH COMING THIS MONTH!

This month, Madras Middle School will be visited by a team (central office and state representatives) that will evaluate our progress with PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) .


**District and state representatives will be stopping by on Thursday, March 24th at 8:30 a.m. and randomly choosing students and staff to speak with and ask questions.**


As a PBIS team, we want to ensure that every teacher and student is informed of our basic foundations, which we've developed so far.


Please read over this flyer and speak with students in regards to it. Homeroom is a great time to review. Thank you!

PBIS BEHAVIOR MATRIX & EXPECTATIONS! (Print and hang up in your classroom)

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The WalkThrough Questions and Answers for Thursday, March 24th!

Teachers and students must be familiar with the PBIS school expectations and behavior matrix!


Question that will be asked of random students:


Five students will be asked if they know the School's Expectations.


Answer: Eagles R.I.S.E. (Respect, Integrity, Safety, Empathy)


**Students will be graded on a scale of 1-5 of how well they know them.**


Questions that will be asked of random teachers:


Do you have a school-wide team to address behavior/discipline across campus?

Answer: Yes, we implemented a team made of administrators, counselors, and teachers to address behavior/discipline across campus. It is developing, but have taught lessons on personal space and integrity. Administrators are tracking data to monitor behavior. We have also taught lessons that support our Behavior Matrix: Eagles (RISE) Respect, Integrity, Safety, and Empathy)


Can you name the school-wide expectations?

Answer: EAGLES R.I.S.E. Respect. Integrity. Safety. Empathy.


Respect. Integrity. Safety. Empathy


Cafe

RULES TO FOLLOW

  • Clean your area.

  • Use appropriate volume for location.

  • Silence when lights are out.

  • Use table manners.

  • Stay in your place in line.

  • Use school appropriate language and kind words.

  • Clean up your spills/ food.

  • Honor personal space of others.

*Assist peers.

*Assist staff.

*Sit with new people.


Campus

(Gym, Media Center, Non-Classroom locations)

RULES TO FOLLOW

  • Use appropriate volume for location.

  • Silence when directed.

  • Remain in designated area.

  • Use school appropriate language and kind words.

  • Keep your area clean.

  • Honor personal space of others.

*Assist peers.

*Assist staff.

*Pick up litter.


Transitions

(Hallways, Walkways, Courtyard)

RULES TO FOLLOW

  • Clean your area.

  • Use appropriate volume for location.

  • Silence when directed.

  • Remain in designated area.

  • Use school appropriate language and kind words.

  • Honor personal space of others.

  • Stay to the right in hallways

  • Walk at all times.

*Assist peers.

*Assist staff.

*Pick up litter.


Transportation

(Bus, Front porch for car riders)

RULES TO FOLLOW

  • Clean your area.

  • Use appropriate volume for location.

  • Silence when directed.

  • Remain in designated area.

  • Use school appropriate language and kind words.

  • Leave at appropriate dismissal.

  • Honor personal space of others.

  • Keep aisles on the bus clear.

  • Face forward in your seat.

  • Only move toward vehicles when signaled.

*Assist peers.

*Assist staff.

*Help others find their rides.


Technology Use

RULES TO FOLLOW

  • Technology on only when directed.

  • Use technology for educational purposes.

  • Remain on designated sites/ apps.

  • Use school appropriate language and kind words.

  • Honor personal information of others (including usernames and password confidentiality.)

*Assist peers.

*Assist staff.

*Report inappropriate use.


Have you taught the school wide expectations?

Answer: We have introduced the Behavior Matrix to the students during homeroom advisement. We have taught lessons on respect (personal space) and integrity (knowing when to do the right thing, even if no one is watching).


Have you seen the school's discipline data this year?

Answer: Yes, Dr. Eskut has presented the data at staff meetings and grade level meetings. Dr. Eskut is keeping up with the data and reporting out.

"Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day"

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