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PBIS

A L  Conner Elementary School began school-wide implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) in 2013-2014. PBIS focuses on creating and sustaining school-wide, classroom, and individual systems of support that improve the educational environment for all children. Our aim is to explicitly teach behavioral expectations and then recognize the positive behaviors shown to support Positive School Climate

By implementing PBIS, our goal is to continue to reduce school and classroom behavior disruptions, office discipline referrals, improve attendance, improve punctuality, educate all students about acceptable school behaviors and most importantly, improve academic achievement. Our PBIS implementation plan includes clearly defined outcomes, research-validated practices, supportive administrative systems, and information for problem solving.

All staff members at A. L. Conner Elementary School will establish regular, predictable, positive learning and teaching environments. The staff members will serve as positive role models to students as they teach expected school behaviors.

Our school also has a system in place for recognizing and rewarding expected behaviors. By improving the School Climate, we hope to increase learning time and promote academic and social success for every student.

2021-2022 PBIS GOALS

Tier I

Behavior

Using classroom Dojo, 85% of students will receive 80% positive reinforcements, as measured by end of the month reports. 

Academic

Academics-Using Write From The Beginning grade specific writing rubrics, students will improve by 10% on the end of the year writing assessment.

Tier II

Behavior

Alternative corrective behavior in lieu of suspension, to decrease suspensions by 50% as compared to the 2020-2021 school year.

Academic

Academics-Using Write From The Beginning grade specific writing rubrics, students will improve by 5% on the end of the year writing assessment.

Tier III

Behavior

Students on Behavior Plans will show a 10 % decrease on disruptive behaviors as measured by ODR’s.

Academic

Grades:  K-2        25 % of students on Behavior Plans will increase by 1 level in skills as measured by the BPST from August to March

Grades 3-5          25 % of students on behavior plans will show growth of 30 points in SRI from August to March

 

PBIS TEAM MEMBERS

Chris Boswell - Admin

Amberly Reagan - Coach

Miranda Viramontes - RSP

Rosemary Molina - 2nd Grade

Sabrina Moran - 3rd Grade

Amber Kalendar - Kindergarten

Cecilia Bravo- Classified Staff Parent

Jenn Estrada - ASP Lead