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Title: BERLIN HIGH SCHOOL


1
BERLIN HIGH SCHOOL
  • APEX II Summer Leadership Institute
  • The Impact of School Wide PBIS Implementation in
    the High School
  • Using Data
  • August 20, 2008
  • Gary Bisson, Principal
  • Tim Forestall, Vice Principal/PBIS Coach
  • Julie King, Teacher/PBIS Coach
  • Donna Couture, APEX II Facilitator

2
How Did We Start?
  • Began year with Kick Off
  • Binder
  • Series of Mini-Roll Outs
  • Being silent during announcements
  • Be on time to class
  • Dress Code
  • Universal Team
  • Started meeting 1/month, began to meet weekly
    when planning specific initiatives
  • Analyzed data

3
SWIS Data Before Roll-Out
4
Roll Out on Disrespect
  • What? 38 of all ODRs occur in the
    Disrespect/Defiance/Insubordination/Non-Compliance
    category
  • When? Quarter 3 (9 weeks)
  • How? Teach, Reinforce, Remind
  • Who? UT, Administration, Students
  • Why? To achieve goal of reducing ODRs in the
    Disrespect category by 20 at the end of the roll
    out period.

5
Roll out - How? Defined
  • Students from the Universal Team suggested peers
    should teach expectations
  • Students presented plan to faculty
  • Groups of students entered every classroom with a
    script and list of items to cover.
  • Took about 1 week
  • Positive feedback

6
Roll out How? Defined (cont.)
  • Reinforcement Schedule
  • Gotchas
  • Daily/frequent recognition by teachers
  • Boosters
  • Weekly classroom winners
  • Classroom certificates
  • Bi-Weekly individual winners
  • Intercom announcements
  • Music over intercom
  • Respect flag put in dessert at lunch
  • Grand Prizes
  • Celebration
  • School-Wide Activity Day
  • Recognize most improved
  • Letters home to parents

7
Roll Out Results
  • We saw a
  • 40
  • in disrespect referrals from S1 to S2
  • Overall we saw a
  • 28
  • in total ODRs from S1 to S2

8
SWIS Data After Roll-Out
9
Roll Out Data Quarter Comparison
There was an overall 56 decrease in Disrespect
Referrals from Quarter 1 to Quarter 4
10
Roll Out - Celebration
  • Attained Goal, Lets Celebrate!
  • Letters Home With Report Cards
  • Administration Recognized Most Improved.
  • Celebration Day
  • ½ day of celebration
  • Variety of activities
  • Guitar Hero
  • Volleyball
  • Movies
  • Geo-caching
  • Fun Foods
  • Students were able to pre-register

11
Roll Out - Results
  • Helped in building a sense of COMMUNITY!
  • The activity day was a great day to expand
    relationships and for students and faculty to see
    each other in a different light. It allowed all
    involved to exhibit a different dimension of
    their personalities- student and faculty alike.
    BHS Faculty Member

12
SWIS Data Year at a Glance
National Average Daily Referrals Per Day (High
Schools)
13
More Data Yearly Comparisons
  • Trend this yr. is similar to prior yrs.
  • Total of ODRs/ month is higher EXPECTED.
  • Gap in trend progressively decreases
  • Goal Red line should be below black line!!!!

14
How Did We Do?
  • School Wide Evaluation Tool (SET) Results
    showed that the average Features Score for BHS
    is
  • 95
  • Exceptional!
  • This percentage is up from 39 the previous year.

15
How Did We Do?
EBS Survey www.pbssurveys.org Showed a 31
rate increase in PBIS implementation
16
Targeted Team
  • Formed this year
  • Weekly
  • Attending trainings through CEBIS
  • Beginning to formulate FBAs
  • Refining our referral process
  • Plans for coming year
  • Launch the team
  • Continue training

17
Intensive Services
  • APEX II Facilitator worked with 2 students using
    intensive Renew Services
  • With the Universal Team well established we hope
    to focus on providing more services at this level
  • Currently working with administration on
    sustainability of this level.

18
Student Leadership Group
  • Started Student Leadership Group in January
  • Met bi-weekly
  • Surveyed students and faculty about their
    perceptions of our school climate
  • Began discussing about possible initiatives for
    8th to 9th grade transition led to summer UT
    team activity

19
School Climate Survey
  • Over 79 of students feel physically safe at
    school, but only 47 feel emotionally safe.
  • Only 36 of students agree that students are
    willing to step forward and help when they see
    others getting picked on or harassed.
  • Students help make decisions about school rules
    and discipline
  • 37 of students agreed
  • 72 of teachers agreed

20
Freshmen Orientation
  • Universal Team is working on Freshmen Orientation
  • Expanding Orientation Day
  • Exposing students to School-Wide Expectations
    Early
  • Identifying students at-risk
  • Student mentors
  • Advisory

21
FOR MORE INFORMATION
  • Gary Bisson Principal
  • gbisson_at_sau3.org
  • Tim Forestall Asst. Principal/Coach
  • tforesta_at_sau3.org
  • Julie King Teacher/Coach
  • jking_at_sau3.org
  • Donna Couture APEX Facilitator
  • dcouture_at_sau3.org

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