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Galarza Elementary students practice ROSE behaviors: Respect Others, Respect Sel

ROSE Matrix.pdf
ROSE Matrix (Spanish).pdf

Lesson Plans

Hallways Lesson Plan.pdf
Recess Lesson Plans.pdf

Visual Reminders of Expected Behaviors

ROSE Location Posters.pdf
ROSE Location Posters (Spanish).pdf

Discipline System Documents

GH Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf
GM Discipline Flow Chart.pdf
GH Discipline Referral form.pdf

Terrell Tigers ROAR: Responsible, Organized, Always Respectful

Terrell Tigers Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Walkways & Lines.pdf

Recognizing Appropriate Behavior

Roar Ticket.pdf


Terrell ROAR Rap.pdf

Visual Reminders

Be Graystone Great! Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe

Behavior Expectations

Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Teaching Appropriate Behavior

Lines & Walkways.pdf

Visual Reminders of Appropriate Behavior

Cafeteria Poster.pdf
Lines Poster.pdf
Playground Poster.pdf
Restroom Poster.pdf

Communication to Families

January 11, 2013.pdf

Empire Gardens Dragon Code


Eng Matrix EG
Dragon Code Behavior Expectations Matrix (English)
Dragon Code Behavior Expectations Matrix (Spanish).pdf

Lesson Plans

Hallways & Lines.pdf
First Grade Lesson Extension (Book) idea.pdf

Teaching Expected Behavior to All Students

EG School-wide Kick Off Event August 2013

Cafeteria Expectations & Recognitions

Lunchtime Class Table Points.pdf

Acknowledging Expected Behavior

EG Marketplace
Dragon Dollar
Dragon Dollar 2013-14.pdf
Student Rewards Survey.pdf


Los Alamitos Lions show P.R.I.D.E.

Los Alamitos Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Teaching Appropriate Behavior

Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Blacktop & Grass Lesson Plan.pdf
Cafeteria Lesson Plan.doc
Play Structure Lesson Plan.pdf

Visual Reminders of Appropriate Behavior


Grant Eagles CARE: Cooperate, Achieve, Respect, Empower

Grant BE Matrix
School-wide Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

CARE Assemblies.pdf
CARE Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
CARE Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
CARE Common Areas Lesson Plan.pdf
CARE computer Lab Lesson Plan.pdf
CARE Library Lesson Plan.pdf
CARE Playground Lesson Plan.pdf

Site Discipline System

Grant Office Discipline Referral form.pdf
Grant Discipline Flow Chart.pdf


Olinder Behavior Expectations Matrix

Behavior Expectations Matrix (English).pdf
Behavior Expectations Matrix (Spanish).pdf

Teaching Students Appropriate Behavior

PBIS Passport English.pdf
PBIS Passport Spanish.pdf
Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Eating Areas Lesson Plan.pdf
Play Areas Lesson Plan.pdf
Walkways Lesson Plan.pdf
Working Areas Lesson Plan.pdf

Teaching Staff

Staff Overview 8-9-12.pdf
PBIS Tour Guide for Teachers.pdf

Recognizing Appropriate Behavior

OWLinder Hoot Award.pdf

Addressing Behavior in the Cafeteria

Olinder 2
Cafeteria Table Points Poster.pdf

Site Discipline System

Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf
Site Response Guide to Problem Behavior.pdf
Office Discipline Referral Form.pdf

Parents / Families

At Olinder’s Fall 2012 Open House, the PBIS team designed this wheel for parents and students to play as they walked around the health fair that night. They could spin the wheel and were asked two questions: one about “fun science facts about owls” and the other question about expectations, rules, or locations on the behavior expectations matrix which was on a poster at the table.
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Willow Glen Middle

Ram Way


Behavior Expectations Matrix

RAM Way Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Bathroom Lesson Plans.pdf
Bus & Front of School.pdf
Gym & Locker Room.pdf
Hallways Lesson Plan.pdf
Quad, Grove & Cafeteria Lesson Plan .pdf


Ram Way Booster Assembly
Quiz for Booster Assembly

Site-Specific Discipline System

Behavior Definitions.pdf
WGMS Behavior Referral Form.pdf
Discipline Flow Chart.pdf

Bullying Prevention

Bullying Quiz.pdf
Bullying Quiz Answer Sheet.pdf

Parent and Community Involvement

Back to School Night Letter for Parents.pdf









At Trace, we follow the three bees: Be Respectful, Be Responsible and be Safe.



Click here to download and print a copy of the Trace Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Click here to see some visual displays displayed on large posters around Trace’s campus that provide a daily, highly visible reminder of what behaviors are expected of students.

Behavior Expectation Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans.pdf

Trace Elementary has a developed a site-specific discipline system to create uniformity and consistency for all staff and students around expected behavior and the discipline process:


Schallenberger Elementary School

Schallenberger Owls are WISE

W - We are Respectful
I - I Care
S - Safety Matters
E - Everyone is Responsible

Schallenberger Eng Matrix
Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Classroom Lesson Plan Owls.pdf
Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Library &  Lab Lesson Plan.pdf
Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Lines Lesson Plan.pdf
Outdoors Lesson Plan.pdf

Be Wise Presentation.pdf

Visual Reminders Posters



Click here to download posters:
Eating Areas Poster.pdf
Outdoors Poster.pdf

Schallenberger Site-Specific Discipline System Documents

Problem Behavior Definitions.pdf
Discipline Referral Process.pdf
Office Referral Form.pdf

Rewards and Recognition

Rewards for Students.pdf
Hoot Award.pdf


River Glen

River Glen students practice VISA!


English Matrix RG
Spanish Matrix RG

VISA English Matrix.pdf
VISA Spanish Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

VISA Bathrooms & Changing Rooms LP.pdf
VISA Blacktop & Field LP.pdf
VISA Eating Areas & Cafeteria LP.pdf
VISA Hallways & Walkways LP.pdf
VISA Play Structure LP.pdf
VISA Working Areas LP.pdf


Roll-Outs/Booster Sessions

Boosters-January 2011.pdf
Picture slideshow of January 2011 Booster Session

Site Discipline System

RG Office Discipline Referral form.pdf
RG Discipline Flow Chart.pdf
RG Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf


Simonds Cougars know their ABCs!

Simonds Bes

Simonds Matrix

Behavior Expectations Matrix

Simonds Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Site Discipline System

Simonds Problem Behavior Definitions.pdf
Simonds Flow Chart 2012.pdf
Simonds Office Discipline Referral form.pdf

Lesson Plans

Simonds Arriving and Leaving Lesson Plan.pdf
Simonds Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Simonds Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Simonds Hallway Lesson Plan.pdf
Simonds Hallways After Recess Lesson Plan.pdf
Simonds Playground Lesson Plan.pdf

Teaching / Booster Sessions

The ABCs of Simonds.pdf

Rewards and Recognitions




John Muir

John Muir Falcons SOAR!

SOAR Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Hallways Lesson Plan.pdf
Bathrooms Lesson Plan.pdf
Cafeteria/Quad Lesson Plan.pdf
Front of Campus Lesson Plan.pdf
Library Lesson Plan.pdf

John Muir’s Site-Specific Discipline System

Muir Flow Chart
Muir’s General Discipline Procedure.pdf
Muir’s Behavior Referral Form.pdf

Behavior Recognition System

Classroom Behaviors

Horace Mann

Horace Mann Husky Way: Be Safe, Be Kind and be Productive


Behavior Expectations Matrix

Husky Way Behavior Expectations.pdf

Click here to download all location posters:
Location Posters.pdf

Lesson Plans

Horace Mann Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Horace Mann Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Horace Mann Field LessonPlan.pdf
Horace Mann Play Structure Lesson Plan.pdf
Horace Mann Stairwell Lesson Plan.pdf
Horace Mann When the Bell Rings.pdf
Horace Mann Transitions from Classrooms.pdf
Horace Mann How to be Safe, Kind, and Productive at your Desk.pdf

Teaching Expected Behavior to All Students

Booster Sessions Plans.pdf
Assembly Schedule Options.pdf
Jan 10, 2011 Assembly.pdf
Jan 11, 2011 Assembly.pdf
Jan 12, 2011 Assembly.pdf

Site Discipline System

Horace Mann Office Discipline Referral form.pdf


Hoover Hawks practice R2 S3: Respect and Responsibility to Self, to School and to Society

Hoover Vision

Behavior Expectations Matrix

Hoover Matrix.pdf
Hoover Matrix Spanish.pdf

Lesson Plans

Cafeteria - Clean Space, Body & Mouth.pdf
Clean Uniform, Body & Mouth.pdf
Consideration for Others’ Feelings & Property.pdf
Hands & Feet to Self.pdf
PE Expectations.pdf
Performances & Field Trips.pdf
Ready to Learn.pdf
Recycle & Trash.pdf
Soft Voice.pdf
Stay Supervised.pdf
Walk on the Right.pdf

Teaching Expected Behavior to All Students

Hoover Way Day Packet August 2013.pdf

Visual Reminders of Expected Behavior

Acknowledging Expected Behavior

R2S3 card
R2S3 Card.pdf

Classroom Management

Classroom Management Self Reflection May 2013.pdf

Site Discipline System

HMS Problem Behaviors Definitions.pdf
HMS Discipline Flow Chart.pdf
Hoover Office Discipline Referral form.pdf
Staff Feedback Activity (Minor vs Major).pdf
Buddy Teacher Guidelines.pdf
Hoover Neighbor Visit Pass.pdf
Hoover Uniform Policy.pdf
Uniform Policy Change - Staff Vote.pdf
Uniform Fix-it Ticket.pdf

Hammer Montessori Elementary

Hammer students practice ROSE behaviors: Respect Others, Self and the Environment

ROSE Behavior Matrix.pdf
ROSE Spanish Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Hallways Lesson Plan.pdf
Recess Lesson Plans.pdf

Visual Reminders of Expected Behavior

ROSE Location Posters.pdf
ROSE Location Posters (Spanish).pdf

Discipline System Documents

GH Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf
GM Discipline Flow Chart.pdf
GH Discipline Referral form.pdf
Hammer Minor Problem Tracking form.pdf

Gunderson: Grizzly PRIDE

GHS Vision

GHS Matrix

Grizzly Pride

Teaching Expected Behavior to All Students

Lesson Plan for Personal Responsibility.pdf

Behavior Recognition System

GHS PRIDE Snapshot

Overview of our Behavior Recognition Systems.pdf
Everyday Heroes.pdf
PRIDE Students of the Month.pdf
Postcards to Parents.pdf
PRIDE Class Award.pdf

Discipline System

GHS Office Discipline Referral form.pdf
GHS Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf

Visual Reminders of Behavior



Canoas Elementary Eagles SOAR!


Canoas Matrix


Click here to download and print a copy of Canoas School’s Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Rewards & Recognitions

Canoas students exhibiting the SOAR expected behaviors are routinely recognized and rewarded with SOAR bucks, redeemable for a variety of prizes.

Canoas Soar Buck

Canoas reinforces the expected cafeteria behaviors by displaying them at each table and recognizing entire groups of students at a table for exhibiting those behaviors.

canoas Cafeteria Banner

Cafeteria Banner.pdf

Below are the lesson plans developed by Canoas’ PBIS Team to teach all Canoas students the SOAR behavior expectations:
Canoas Bathrooms.pdf
Canoas Cafeteria.pdf
Canoas Classroom.pdf
Canoas Playground.pdf

Discipline System Documents

Problem Behavior Definitions.pdf
Guidelines for Handling Problem Behaviors.pdf
Canoas Playground Rules.pdf




Reed Rocks!

Respectful, Organized, Caring, Kind and Safe

Click here to download a copy of the Reed Matrix:
Reed ROCKS Matrix.pdf

Click here to download copies of Reed ROCKS Lesson Plans:
Playground Lesson Plan.pdf
Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf

Site Discipline System

Reed Office Discipline Referral form.pdf

Burnett Middle: Reflection, Respect and Responsibility (RRR)

Positive Behavior Interventions and Support is a program supported by San Jose Unified School District to promote and maximize student academic achievement and behavioral competence. It’s a school-wide strategy for helping all students achieve important social and learning goals.

We know that when good behavior and good teaching come together, our students will excel in their learning. Burnett Middle School is proud to be a part of this exciting initiative.

Burnett RRR Matrix
Burnett RRR blended with IB Matrix.pdf

Teaching Appropriate Behavior

RRR Teaching Logistics.pdf
RRR Directions for Staff.pdf
Learning Environments Lesson Plan.pdf
More lesson plans coming soon . . .

Booster / Re-teaching Plans

March 2013 Booste Plans.pdf
2nd Booster Lesson & Worksheet.pdf
3rd Booster Lesson Plan.pdf
3rd Worksheet Robin Hood (original).pdf
3rd Worksheet Robin Hood (modified).pdf
4th Booster Lesson Plan.pdf
5th Booster Lesson Plan.pdf
5th Worksheet.pdf
6th Booster Lesson Plan.pdf

Burnett’s Discipline System

Burnett Definitions of Problem Behaviors.pdf
Burnett Discipline Flow Chart.pdf
Discipline Referral Form.pdf
RRR Uniform Fix It Ticket.pdf

Visual Reminders of Appropriate Behavior

Classroom Poster

Burnett Posters

Locker Rooms

Office Visuals



Behavior Expectations

Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf
Gardner’s Home Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Arrival & Dismissal.pdf
Computer Lab.pdf
Office, Library & Health Office.pdf

Discipline System Documents

Gardner Problem Behavior Definitions.pdf
Gardner Referral Form.pdf
Gardner Guidelines for Responding to Problem Behaviors.pdf





Bret Harte

Bret Harte follows HR2

BH Matrix snap shot
BretHarte HR2 Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf





Click here to download a copy of the Castillero Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans to teach the expected behaviors
Athletic Events.pdf
Behavior Expectations.pdf
Computer Lab.pdf
Indoor Commons.pdf
Media Center.pdf
Outdoor Eating Areas.pdf
PE Locker Rooms.pdf
Science Commons.pdf

Site Discipline Documents
Castillero Referral Process.pdf
Castillero Discipline Referral Definitions.pdf
Castillero Office Discipline Referral Form.pdf



Booksin Bulldogs are PAWsitive: Peaceful, Aware, Wise and Safe

Booksin Matrix

Training Presentation.ppt

Booksin Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

PAWS Classroom Lesson.pdf
PAWS Eating Areas Lesson.pdf
PAWS Bathroom Lesson.pdf
PAWS Recess Areas lesson.pdf
Booster Presentation.pdf
Boosters Teaching Schedule with Rotations.pdf

Teaching all Students the Expected Behaviors

Photo Slideshow of May 2011 Roll-out.mov

Acknowledging Expected Behavior

PAWS Ticket.pdf
Schoolwide and Classroom Rewards & Incentives.pdf

Visual Reinforcement of Expected Behavior

Rules Posters by Location.pdf

Site Discipline System

Booksin Office Discipline Referral form.pdf

Bachrodt’s Eagle Pride: Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Productive, Be Respectful and Be Responsible

Behavior Expectations

Behavior Matrix-English and Spanish.pdf

Visual Reminders of Appropriate Behavior

Posters Working Areas.pdf
Poster Bathrooms.pdf
Poster Eating Areas.pdf
Poster Recess Area.pdf
Poster Lines and Hallways.pdf

Teaching Appropriate Behavior

Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Eating Areas Lesson Plan.pdf
Lines and Hallways Lesson Plan.pdf
Recess Areas Lesson Plan.pdf
Classroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Computer Lab Lesson Plan.pdf
Library Lesson Plan.pdf
Office Lesson Plan.pdf

Behavior at Recess

Recess play is an essential part of a student’s development and health.  It gives students a chance to practice and use what they are learning and has a vital connection to their education.  Bachrodt asks families to review the playground rules and agree to follow them.  Bachrodt Student Yard Recess Rules.pdf

Site Discipline System

Office Discipline Referral Form.pdf




Anne Darling: Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe

Behavior Expectations Matrix.pdf
Behavior Expectations Matrix (Spanish).pdf

Teaching Appropriate Behavior

Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Cafeteria Lesson Plan.pdf
Classroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Computer Lesson Plan.pdf
Library Lesson Plan.pdf
Recess Lesson Plan.pdf

Visual Reminders of Appropriate Behavior

Visual Reminders (English).pdf
Visual Reminders (Spanish).pdf

Site Discipline System

Problem Behavior Definitions.pdf
Flow Chart.pdf
Office Discipline Referral.pdf

Teaching Staff

Yard Duty Training Jan 2013.pdf

Allen at Steinbeck K-8

Allen at Steinbeck: Gator Goals

Allen Vision & Mission

Allen Matrix

Click here to download a printable version of the matric above:
Allen at Steinbeck Matrix.pdf

Lesson Plans

Click here to view and download Allen at Steinbeck’s Behavior Expectations Lesson Plans:
Bathroom Lesson Plan.pdf
Library Individual Lesson Plan.pdf
Library Class Lesson Plan.pdf
Lines Lesson Plans.pdf
Lunch Area Lesson Plans.pdf
Playground Lesson Plans.pdf
Stop Walk Talk Quick Reference.pdf

Teaching Videos

Hallway Skit
Line Skit
Lunchroom Skit
Playground Skit

Teaching Logistics

Fall 2013 Weeklong Teaching in Context.pdf

Classroom Behavior Support Systems

Classroom Procedure Poster ideas.pdf
Go-for-the-Gold Parent Letter.pdf
Go for the Gold (Ms. Roth's K Chart)

Behavior Recognition Systems

Gator Tickets.pdf
Allen Behavior Recognition Systems 2013-14.pdf
Fill-a-Bucket and Rock-n-Roll Recess.pdf

Systematic Supervision Training for Staff

Trainer Logistics, Pt 1.pdf
Trainer Logistics, Pt 2.pdf
Yard Duty Movement Map.pdf
Get to Know Me activity.pdf
Positive Reinforcement Activity.pdf
Simple Choice Flow Chart.pdf
Simple Choice Role Play Activity.pdf

Site Discipline System

Allen Office Discipline Referral form.pdf
Allen Referral Form Definitions_12-13-10.pdf
Allen Flow Chart Response to Problem Behaviors.pdf

Orienting Guest Teachers

Process for Orienting Substitutes to Gator Goals.pdf
Directions for Guest Teachers (Gator Goals).pdf
Guest Teacher Gator Ticket.pdf

Blending Gator Goals to Families

Gator Goals at Home - homework assignment).pdf
Spanish version HW assignment.pdf

Behavior Supports for Students At Risk for Developing Serious or Chronic Behavior Problems

Orienting Transfer Students to our School

Process for Orienting Substitutes to Gator Goals.pdf
Guest Teacher Reminder.pdf
New Student Passport.pdf

Check-in Check-out Intervention

Critical Features of CICO Intervention.pdf
CICO Coordinator Role
CICO Home-School Liaison.pdf
CICO Mentor Guidelines.pdf
Daily Points Card.pdf
CICO Student Identification.pdf
Teacher Referral Form.pdf
CICO Student Agreement.pdf
CICIO Student Rewards Menu.pdf
You Did It! Points Goal Award.pdf
Overview of CICO to Staff.pdf
Tracking Students on CICO.pdf
CICO Parent Permission Slip.pdf
Thumbs Up ticket (for home).pdf
Guest Teacher CICO Process.pdf
Guest Teacher Gator Ticket.pdf

SJUSD Schools Implementing PBIS

Below is a table listing those San Jose Unified schools currently implementing PBIS in San Jose Unified. To see more details of our schools and examples of how they’re implementing a positive behavior framework, please click on the school name in the right column.

List of schools to follow.

District PBIS Contacts

If you have questions about Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in San Jose Unified, please contact PBIS Manager Melani Amaris at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (408) 535-6195 ext. 13227

District PBIS Team
PBIS Manager - Melani Amaris, (408) 535-6195 ext. 13227
PBIS Coach - Carol Guertin, (408) 535-6195 ext. 13230
PBIS Coach - Heather Cardona, (408) 535-6195 ext. 13231
PBIS Coach - vacancy, (408) 535-6195 ext. 13233
PBIS Coach - Nancy McWherter (408) 535-6195 ext. 13228


The PBIS Process


a.  Commitment - ensure at least 80% of the staff support implementing PBIS to improve the social culture on the campus. 

b.  Establish a site-based PBIS leadership team with strong administrative support and school-wide representation, including grade or subject level representation, behavior professionals, and other support staff.  May or may not include 1 parent.  At the high school level, there should be at least 1 student representative.

c.  Principal agrees to be the “voice” of PBIS, leading and promoting the efforts, and allowing time for team to share ideas and get feedback from staff at staff meetings.

d.  Complete team, including principal, agree to be trained once/year for a full day at the district office, and a second possible collaboration day second semester.

e.  PBIS team meets twice monthly in first few years of implementation and then every 3-4 weeks thereafter to ensure fidelity of ongoing implementation and sustainability.

f.  PBIS team develops a healthy system of meeting including agendas, capturing and distributing meeting minutes, setting and meeting deadlines, analyzing data, and working offline between meetings to continue momentum.


a.  Develop 3-5 broad behavior expectations that are applied school-wide and apply to all students and staff.

b. Develop a school-wide behavioral matrix composed of approximately 20 or fewer behavior rules that are aligned to the 3-5 behavior expectations and specific locations in the school where the most problem behaviors occur.  Rules should be specific, measurable, age appropriate, succinct, and stated in positive wording.  Rules may be repeated but should be repeated across a specific expectation.

c.  Teach expected behaviors using an direct instructional approach: explain, model, incorporate different teaching modalities, allow time for role play/practice, and give reminders and prompts/pre-corrections.  Actively supervise and positively reinforce expected behaviors.

d. Teachers should be given training on how to incorporate better classroom behavior support systems such as:
- Teachers should define and post 5 or fewer classroom rules aligned to the 3-5 school-wide behavior expectations.  Rules should be specific, measurable, age appropriate, succinct, and stated in positive wording.
- Teachers should explicitly define their classroom procedures and teach them regularly to ensure higher rates of predictability for students.
- Teachers should develop, post and teach a continuum of responses to students’ negative behaviors that is closely aligned to the school’s discipline flow chart for minor problem behaviors
- Teachers should develop, post and teach a continuum of responses to students’ appropriate or expected behaviors that includes high rates of verbal reinforcement plus use of the school-wide behavior token system (i.e. ticket, bucks) and any classroom token systems.

Acknowledge Expected Behavior

a.  Acknowledge expected behavior and use tangible rewards and acknowledgements (i.e. gotchas, coupons, etc.), intrinsic rewards (i.e. extra time at P.E., get out of school early, etc.) and social recognition (ie. name in bulletin board/newsletter, name over intercom, behavior assemblies, kid-nominated procedures). 

b.  Use verbal positive reinforcement of the behavior, not the individual, in high rates (4 positives for every 1 correction).

c.  Increase higher rates of positive contact and reinforcement in general amongst all staff, promoting a more positive and nurturing environment where all students feel valued and recognized.


a. Develop an agreement about which behaviors are handled by staff (minor problem behaviors necessitating verbal re-directions, teacher consequence, pre-correction and restatement of expected behaviors, etc.) and which are handled by the office (major problem behaviors).

b. Define the school’s minor and major problem behaviors with detailed description and examples as a resource for all staff, students and families.

c. Develop an office referral behavior form to track major problem behaviors.

Data Process

a.  Utilize the Schoolwide Information System (SWIS) data management system to track all major behavior referrals (optional to track minor behavior referrals).

b.  Develop procedures for ongoing data entry, monitoring of problem behaviors and evaluation.

c.  Meet regularly to review the school’s behavior data to move forward with problem-solving, interventions and decision-making.

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