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Title: Coro Lake Elementary School-wide Discipline Plan 2009-2010


1
Coro Lake Elementary School-wide Discipline Plan
2009-2010
  • 1560 Drew Road
  • Memphis, Tennessee

2
Guiding Principles
  • Positive student behavior is vital in achieving
    academic success.
  • Each student is a valued individual who will
    express themselves appropriately and respect the
    differences of others.
  • High expectations and standards will guide
    instruction and positive behavior in every
    classroom.

3
Vision
  • The vision of Coro Lake Elementary is to
    maintain a safe and diverse learning community
    that sets the standard for all students to
    achieve high academic, social and personal
    success.

4
Mission
  • The mission of Coro Lake Elementary is to
    develop lifelong learners who are confident,
    competent and productive members of society.

5
Philosophy Statement
  • Coro Lake Elementary School has an obligation to
    prepare its children to play a productive role in
    a democratic and technological society. We
    believe each child will have an educational
    opportunity that will develop his or her full and
    unique potential. All children have the right to
    receive instruction intended to maximize their
    special talents, skills and abilities. We
    recognize that individual differences exist and
    seek to address those differences by beginning an
    educational program that encompasses various
    learning styles.

6
Previous Results
  • Coro Lakes 2008-2009 goals stated that at least
    50 of students in each grade would receive at
    least one Knights Buck per week.
  • Coro Lakes 2008-2009 results were less than 50
    of students in each grade received at least one
    Knights Buck.
  • Due to the outcome of these results we have
    decided to reevaluate our incentive program and
    goals for 2009-2010.

7
Coro Lake Elementary 2009-2010 Goals
  • 50 of all Coro Lake students in each grade will
    be able to attend four of The Knights at the
    Round Table Celebrations.
  • 96 of all students will show perfect attendance
    throughout each 20 day period.
  • We will reduce our number of office referrals by
    25 by the end of the 2008-2009 school year.

8
MCS Discipline Committee Worksheet 2009-10
  • Name of School
  • Coro Lake Elementary
  • Discipline Committee is
  • representative of the school
  • faculty and includes an
  • administrator.
  • Albertina LaMarr (Team Leader)
  • Regina Evans
  • Claudia Hinson
  • JoQuita Sanders
  • Rebecca Laurenzi
  • Lequite Manning
  • Carmon Vaughn
  • Indicates members mandated by MEA contract

Principal Lequite Manning
PDSCC Michelle Canley
Professional School Counselor Albertina LaMarr
School Psychologist Ralph Rogers
General Education Teacher(s) Regina Evans, Carmon Vaughn, Sherita Arnett
MEA Representative Jessie Burns
Elected Teacher(s) (2) JoQuita Sanders
Special Education Teacher(s) Jessie Burns
Related Arts Teacher(s) Rebekah Laurenzi
Students
Educational Assistant(s)/ Non-Certified Staff
Community Member
Parent(s)
Central Office or Board of Education Member
Cafeteria Staff
Bus Driver
District PBIS Coach Carolyn Matthews
9
Discipline Committee
  • The team will meet after faculty meetings on the
    last Wednesday of each month.
  • Albertina LaMarr and JoQuita Sanders will be
    responsible for the data.
  • Our meeting schedule was completed on September
    28, 2009

10
Meeting ScheduleSee Next Slide for Further
Instructions
20 Day Reporting Period Approximate Dates of Reporting Periods All data for period entered into system (A) Discipline Committee meeting dates (B) Faculty meeting dates to report interpretation of 20 day data (C)
1 8/10/09-9/4/09 9/04/09 9/24/09 9/24/09
2 9/8/09-10/5/09 10/9/09 10/29/09 10/29/09
3 10/6/09-11/4/09 11/7/09 11/19/09 11/19/09
4 11/5/09-12/7/09 12/12/09 12/17/09 12/17/09
5 12/8/09-1/20/10 1/23/09 1/28/09 1/28/10
6 1/21/10-2/18/10 2/20/09 2/25/09 2/25/10
7 2/19/10-3/18/10 3/27/09 3/25/09 3/25/10
8 3/19/10-4/23/10 5/1/09 4/29/09 4/29/10
9 4/26/10-5/21/10 5/27/09 5/27/09 5/27/10
11
(A) Data should be entered promptly to enable
review of accurate data. Deadline for data entry
is the Friday following the end of the reporting
period. Principal should identify person
responsible for entering behavior data. Name and
title of data entry designee Mrs. Williams,
General Office Secretary (B) Committee should
meet within one week of final data entry for
reporting period. Enter projected meeting dates
in this column. Identify team member responsible
for data summary to report to Discipline
Committee. Name and title Ms. Albertina LaMarr
and Mrs. JoQuita Sanders Determine how you wish
to examine your data by location, by student, by
infraction, by time of day, number of referrals
per day per month. Also consider office referral
procedures and data integrity. (C) Faculty
meeting to discuss behavior should be held within
a week of the Discipline Committee meeting.
Enter projected dates in this column. Identify
persons responsible for sharing data trends for
previous reporting period with the faculty. Name
and title Ms. Albertina LaMarr and Mrs. JoQuita
Sanders Team may wish to lead faculty in
brainstorming intervention strategies based on
data. Share successes and areas of continued
efforts.
12
Monitoring Process
  • Data will be researched at the end of every 20
    day period to evaluate our schools largest
    problem areas. Charts and graphs will be made to
    illustrate data each period and will then be
    presented to our entire faculty and staff. As a
    team, we will review the data and implement
    changes as needed to ensure success of our school
    wide behavior plan.
  • Albertina LaMarr, Professional School Counselor
    will be responsible for data from PBIS Data
    website or SMS 20 day reports.
  • Complete meeting schedule for the year

13
SAS/TIC Action Plan
  • Data was unavailable

14
Self Assessment Survey Analysis of School-Wide
System Chart
  • Data was unavailable

15
Analysis of School Wide System
  • Data was unavailable

16
Celebration
  • Coro Lake Elementary has many ways of
    celebrating student and school wide successes.
    The following are just a few
  • We have a bulletin board in the front hallway
    that displays photos of our Students of the
    Week.
  • We submit information to MCS publications and
    media to highlight individual students and
    classes.
  • We sponsor events per semester for those students
    who have exhibited good behavior, attendance and
    honor roll.
  • Teacher appreciation luncheon sponsored by PTO
  • Awards Day programs are done per semester and
    character awards are given to students who have
    exhibited good behavior

17
School Rules
  • Always be respectful
  • I am in control and responsible.
  • Make good choices, no excuses! For Excellence!

18
The Coro Lake Behavioral Expectation Matrix
Rules Classroom Cafeteria Hallway Restroom Bus
Always be respectful Let teacher teach, let others learn Clean up after yourself Stay to the right . Walk Observe the personal space and privacy of others. Be polite to the driver and peers
I am in control and responsible SLANT Sit up, Listen, Ask questions, Nod, Track the teacher Use your inside voice. Stay in your seat. Keep voices quiet so you do not disturb other classes Stay in your space and use your inside voice. Stay in your seat at all times.
Make good choices, No excuses Do your own work and keep trying hard Use kind words towards others. Keep your hands at your side. Wash your hands and flush. Keep your hands, feet and other objects to yourself.
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General Procedure for Dealing with Problem
Behaviors
Observe problem behavior
Find a place to talk with student(s), explain
rules
Is behavior major?
NO
Ensure safety call office
YES
Problem solve Change seats, check cumulative
folder
Write referral Escort student to office
Problem solve Take student statements
Determine consequence Contact parent, refer to
counselor, Loss of recess, peer mediation
Determine consequence
Document and track procedure
Follow documented procedure
NO
YES
Does student have 3?
Follow through with consequences
Send referral to office
File necessary documentation
File necessary documentation
Follow up with student within a week
20
Teach the Rules and Procedures
  • School-wide Orientation (time set aside to teach
    rules and procedures)
  • First week of school all teachers are given
    lesson plans to follow explaining how to teach
    rules and procedures for our school
  • The first two weeks of school students practice
    following rules and procedures
  • Rules and procedures are posted in classrooms and
    throughout the building.
  • Teachers and staff are ALL involved in actively
    monitoring students to ensure behaviors follow
    the rules
  • A copy of the rules and procedures are sent home
    to parents
  • School wide and Ongoing
  • Knightly Newsletter
  • Daily intercom announcements that remind students
    of rules
  • Monitor and Practice
  • Parent Academy / PTO meetings
  • School Calendar

21
Teach the Code of Conduct
  • Administered Post-test to every student
  • 87 of students scored 80 or above

22
Teaching Behavioral Expectations
  • Expectation Always be respectful to remain in
    control and responsible. Choose to make good
    choices. There are no excuses, AIM for
    excellence.
  • Rationale The Coro Lake staff behavioral goals
    are to provide a safe, nurturing and productive
    learning environment. Coro Lake faculty and staff
    continually set the highest expectations for
    student behavior. We expect every student to
    come to school everyday prepared to learn.
  • Critical Discrimination The teacher models
    appropriate behavior as well as what is
    unacceptable behavior for the students. The
    students role-play while demonstrating
    appropriate/inappropriate behavior
  • Teaching appropriate behavior Albertina LaMarr,
    (Professional School Counselor) teaches
    appropriate behavior and how to effectively deal
    with conflicts as they arise. Through bi-weekly
    guidance lessons.
  • Teach for fluency? Faculty reviews rules,
    procedures and behavioral expectations with the
    students throughout the year. learn. The
    principal, school counselor, review expectations
    for positive behavior daily. The schools
    discipline committee also reviews and reevaluates
    the SWDP monthly
  • How will this skill be maintained? Principals and
    teachers review the school rules, procedures and
    expectations at the beginning of the school year.
    These expectations are reviewed and discussed
    with the students throughout the year.

23
School Procedures
  • Entering School -Students enter the school
    through the front doors or cafeteria doors and
    file into the cafeteria where they eat breakfast
    and/or wait to be dismissed to class by teachers.
  • Closing School- Students who are bus riders or
    walkers exit the school through the front doors.
    Car riders and day care exit through cafeteria
    doors. Teachers escort students to appropriate
    locations.
  • Lunchroom- Students stay in a single file line
    until they get their tray. They are then seated
    with their class. They are expected to use inside
    voices while eating. They are also expected to
    practice good table manners.
  • Referrals
  • Restrooms
  • Hall passes
  • Etc

24
Annual PBIS Kick-off
  • Teach MCS Code of Conduct
  • Administer Code of Conduct Post-tests
  • When district and school universal rules and
    expectations are understood, celebrate the
    beginning of a new, positive school year

25
Classroom Procedures
  • Each class has uniform hall passes that students
    must wear around their neck when in the hallway.
  • During morning procedures, students are required
    to place homework in designated area.
  • During direct instruction, students are to remain
    quiet and attentive.
  • Students are to remain in their seats and keep
    the classroom free from distractions.
  • Students are expected to work collaboratively on
    a daily basis. They are taught to use inside
    voices while working together.
  • Students are expected to raise their hand if they
    have a question or comment.

26
School Wide Incentives
  • Knights at the Round Table
  • Daily behavior reports received from support
    teachers in conjunction with regular education
    teachers will be used to determine the total
    number of students that will attend the
    celebration.

27
Action Steps
  • During the 2009-2010 school year the behavior
    support team will ensure that booster training
    activities for students are based on data and are
    in place.
  • The behavior support team will also ensure that
    faculty receives monthly reports on our schools
    behavior patterns during our faculty meeting.
  • The behavior support team will establish a budget
    for on-going rewards.
  • The behavior support team will ensure that all
    staff are involved directly or indirectly in
    school wide interventions.
  • The behavior support team will also ensure that
    consequences for problem behaviors are clearly
    defined.

28
Classroom managed behaviors versus Office managed
behaviors
  • Once the students behavior is observed, the
    staff will determine what level of discipline the
    behavior is warranting. If the behavior is
    serious enough for an immediate office referral,
    the staff will call the office, write the
    referral and escort the student to the office.
  • If the students behavior is not of a level that
    warrants an immediate referral, then the staff
    should follow through with Coro Lakes
    intervention checklist.
  • The Intervention checklist includes Explaining
    class/ school rules, changing students seat,
    checking cumulative folder for history, telephone
    conference with parent, parent/teacher
    conference, letter home concerning behavior,
    referral to guidance, referral to peer mediation

29
School Wide Incentives
  • Students will receive a behavioral star for
    displaying positive behavior including perfect
    attendance. Any faculty or staff member may
    distribute these stars. Stars are tracked by
    carbon copies so that staff can keep up with
    stars given. Teachers are encouraged to give
    each student at least one star per week. Stars
    may be used for admission to attend the Knights
    at the Round Table Celebration. Top three
    earners per class will be announced over the
    intercom every nine weeks.
  • Classes earn stars for good behavior while in
    support classes, lunch, or the hallway by staff
    as well as the classroom teacher.
  • Student of the Week- Students portrait along
    with artifacts from home will be displayed in the
    main hallway of the school. Students will eat
    lunch together and be given a special treat.
  • Individual teachers recognize class wide good
    behavior and reward their students with stickers,
    healthy snacks, and verbal praise.

30
Teacher Incentives
  • Knights Bucks are awarded by the principal to
    teachers for outstanding service and perfect
    attendance. Bucks may be exchanged for 1 hour
    lunch, leave 30 minutes early, arrive 30 minutes
    late, 1 duty free week, or one blue jean day.
  • Teacher of the month- Teachers are voted for by
    staff and receive a gift certificate
  • National Teachers Appreciation Day honored by
    PTO
  • Luncheons honoring special occasions
  • Verbal praise and recognition

31
Sample Knights Buck
Knights Bucks To ___________ From
___________ Date issued _____________
32
Resources for Incentives
  • Fundraisers
  • Parent organization
  • Adopters
  • Community agencies businesses

33
Communication with Parents Community
  • Parent/teacher conferences
  • Title I Meeting
  • PTO
  • Student of the Week
  • Parent Academy

34
Character Education
  • Daily morning inspiration which includes a
    monthly character word, the thought for the day
    (relating to the character word), our mission and
    Coro Lake Creed
  • Honor Roll, Attendance, Citizenship and
    Principals List
  • Classroom guidance meeting held every other week
    for each class, taught by Albertina LaMarr,
    Professional School Counselor

35
ATOD Prevention
  • Red Ribbon Week (October 23-31) is dedicated to
    teaching students to Just Say No to Drugs,
    Alcohol and Tobacco
  • Classroom guidance lessons using Mendez Too Good
    For Drugs curriculum
  • Morning Announcements teach character building
    and deal will respect and peer pressure
  • Implementation
  • Classroom Teachers (through Health)
  • Albertina LaMarr, Professional School Counselor
    (during guidance class held every other week)

36
Sexual Harassment Prevention
  • Annual harassment training will be completed
    with faculty on October 29, 2009.
  • Training is also done with students using MCS
    Video Library as a source. This is done during
    guidance lessons.

37
Bullying Prevention
  • Professional Development Training with faculty
    regarding prevention of bullying will be
    addressed on November 11, 2009 by Albertina
    LaMarr, Professional School Counselor.
  • Bully Prevention is taught to students by
    Albertina LaMarr, Professional School Counselor.
  • Bully Prevention is also reinforced by classroom
    teachers when needed.

38
Violence Prevention Programs
  • We at Coro Lake Elementary use several methods to
    address violence such as Mendez Too Good for
    Drugs, Responsive Classroom, bullying prevention
    programs, Peer Mediation and Conflict Resolution
  • These lessons are taught by Albertina LaMarr
    through classroom guidance, small groups and
    individual counseling.

39
Multi-hazard Emergency School Plan
  • Our plan will be submitted 10/28/10
  • Dates for all drills 8/19, 9/23, 10/14,
    11/4, 12/9, 1/20, 2/17, 3/10, 4/7, 5/5.
  • Dates for training 11/18/09
  • Dates for plan review 02/24/09

40
Intervention Plan
  • Secondary interventions for students who have
    been referred to the office 2 - 5 times, are as
    follows
  • group counseling (on behavior, anger and social
    skills with Albertina LaMarr (Professional School
    Counselor), Elaine Sherrod (Social Worker), or
    Ralph Rogers (Psychologist)
  • behavior plans for repeated minor infractions
    (using BIM and other resources)
  • Behavioral S-Team meetings

41
In-School Suspension Plan
  • Coro Lakes ISS Specialist is well trained in
    conflict resolution, counseling and managing at
    risk student behaviors. His expertise will help
    our students learn the necessary skills to
    prevent them from continuing to exhibit
    inappropriate behavior.
  • Our goal is to create an educational environment
    where students are held accountable for their
    actions, learn the skills and attitudes necessary
    to act appropriately and prevent future
    misbehavior when they return to the regular
    classroom.
  • Students may receive an ISS referral for
    violations of the MCS code of conduct level 1-3.
    Sample offenses include repeated violations of
    classroom and or school wide rules, defiant or
    disrespectful behavior, inappropriate gestures,
    gang related actions, excessive tardies or early
    checkouts.
  • The program structure is as follows
  • Students in ISS will participate in delineation
    of classroom rules
  • Classroom/ academic assignments
  • Conflict resolution and behavior modification
    strategies Upon completion of the program
    students will receive an exit form indicating the
    readiness to return to the regular classroom or
    recommendations to stay in ISS.

42
Memphis City Schools IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
PROGRAM Student Intervention and
Behavior 416-4240 Location 146SS Goal To create
an educational environment where students are
held accountable for their actions, learn the
skills and attitudes necessary to prevent
misbehavior and act appropriately when they
return to the regular classroom. Objectives 10
reduction in the amount of suspensions as
compared to the previous school year. Each six
weeks there will be a 2 decrease in the number
of repeat offenders, resulting in a 10 decrease
by the final six weeks period. Components Academi
cs Students will complete academic assignments
while assigned to ISS to ensure continued
academic progress. Social Skills Students will
receive social skills/character education
training by ISS teacher, professional counselor
and/or other mental health professionals. All
ISS teachers will receive training in the MCS
Character Education Model. Service Learning
Students will participate as resources are
available in their school community. Alternative
Student Transition Student will spend a
specified period in the ISS program upon their
return from the Alternative Program. This period
will allow students to receive orientation
regarding policies/procedures, strengthen
pro-social skills, and form a positive
relationship with school staff. This will afford
administrators, teachers and counselors the
opportunity to plan appropriate interventions for
students and integrate them back into the school
community. Reconnection Students will have an
opportunity to reconcile with the adult and/or
student with whom they had conflict. This can be
facilitated through written communication and/or
a mediation session. Evaluation The following
areas will be formally evaluated recidivism
rate, ISS teacher/administration satisfaction,
individual teacher referral rate, and suspension
rate. MCS Research and Evaluation will assist
with the design of this component.
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Selection of Students Students will be assigned
to an In-School Suspension for an infraction that
warrants an out of school suspension. Only
administrators can refer students to the ISS
program. ISS should be utilized as one of the
interventions available in the disciplinary
continuum. Students should be assigned for a
period of 1-3 days. Conditions Administrators
have the discretion to increase the length of
stay or utilize other disciplinary actions if a
student does not adhere to ISS rules and
regulations. ISS capacity should not exceed
15-20 students per day. Conclusions The Memphis
City Schools ISS Program is an extension of the
classroom/school discipline plan which seeks to
help students improve behavior while remaining in
an educational setting. This strategy provides a
specific disciplinary action a school can utilize
to assist with students displaying inappropriate
behavior. ISS is a positive approach that
prioritizes the needs and long-term goals of
students.
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Procedure for Use
  • Administration determines ISS referrals.
  • Teachers will send daily assignments.
  • ISS Assistant monitors and evaluates student
    progress
  • ISS Assistant will spend their day performing
    duties related to the operation of the ISS
    program. All other extended assignments (i.e.
    substitute teaching, cafeteria duty, and hall
    monitoring) should be paid using school budget.
  • Administrators should make provisions (internet
    access) to support daily or weekly data entry by
    ISS Assistants

45
  • ISS Assistants should received the 30 minute
    duty-free lunch as outlined by Human Resources.
  • ISS staff will assist student with re-entering
    regular classroom setting.
  • Special Education students will receive services
    mandated in their IEP during the suspension
    period.
  • ISS Assistants should be evaluated at mid-year
    and end-of-year intervals.
  • Administrators should communicate with ISS
    Coordinator regarding program implementation as
    necessary.

46
Secondary Intervention Evaluation (Tier 2)
  • Evaluation of our Secondary Interventions is done
    by tracking discipline referrals and classroom
    conduct, as well as following the BMI plans in
    place.
  • Indicators of progress would be a decrease in the
    amount of office referrals, an improvement in
    classroom conduct as well as a BMI that seems to
    be working for the student.

47
Tertiary Interventions (Tier 3)
  • The School Support Team (S-Team) will identify
    students who are academically low by using data
    from the Formative Assessments, report cards, and
    teacher referrals. The S-Team will use behavior
    indicators such as discipline referrals, weekly
    conduct grades and ISS referrals to identify
    students who may need to be S-Teamed for
    behavior.
  • We have 3 students who have a Behavior
    Intervention Plan
  • Success is monitored by S-Team, professional
    school counselor, social worker, classroom
    teacher and administrative staff
  • Student conduct data is compiled and graphed to
    behavior sheets.
  • Positive gains made by the student are
    acknowledged and rewarded.

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Green zone 0 1, yellow zone 2 5, red zone 6
office referrals
Tertiary Prevention Specialized
Individualized Systems for Students with
High-Risk Behavior
CONTINUUM OF SCHOOL-WIDE INSTRUCTIONAL
POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT
0
Secondary Prevention Specialized Group Systems
for Students with At-Risk Behavior
8
Primary Prevention School-/Classroom- Wide
Systems for All Students, Staff, Settings
16 of Students
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Coro Lakes 08-09 Triangle
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Computation for Triangle
  • Number of students with 6 office referrals (red
    zone)
  • Divide this number by total enrollment for
    in red zone
  • Number of students with 2 5 office referrals
    (yellow zone)
  • Divide this number by total enrollment for
    in yellow zone
  • Number of students with 1 office referral
  • Add together totals from 1, 2, 3 and subtract
    from total enrollment to get students with 0
    office referrals
  • 01 office referral (green zone)add totals from
    3 4. Divide by total enrollment for in green
    zone
  • Total students referred (total of first 3 lines)
  • Divide by total enrollment body for students
    referred
  • Computation template on MCS website

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Plan for Support Monitoring
  • Middle of September 2009 submit Discipline Plan
    electronically to District Coach and Academic
    Superintendent for your area. Includes
  • Team Members and Team Leader
  • Meeting Schedule for year
  • EBS Summary
  • Action Plan (based on EBS results)
  • TIC (also submitted to Coach Jan Apr.)
  • Ratification-acceptance form faxed 416-4221
  • Ongoing training for Team Leaders and others will
    be provided throughout the school year

52
District PBIS Coaches
  • Northeast Regional, Regional Supt. Kevin McCarthy
  • - Ann Sharp, sharpa_at_mcsk12.net
  • Northwest Region Regional Supt. Catherine Battle
  • Brady Henderson, hendersonb_at_mcsk12.net
  • Southeast Region, Regional Supt. Dr. Terrence
    Brown
  • Ashley Faulk, faulka_at_mcsk12.net
  • Southwest Region, Regional Supt. Willie Rhodes
  • - Carolyn Matthews, matthewscarolynt_at_mcsk12
    .net
  • Center for Safe Drug Free Schools
  • 416-4240, fax416-4221

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Additional CSDFS Staff
  • James Bacchus, Director, Chief of Student Support
  • Kenneth Pinkney, Director, Student Intervention
    and Behavior
  • Linda Delaney, Emergency Management
  • Janice Johnson, Student Leadership, Peer
    Mediation
  • Charlotte Baucom, ISS Assistants Behavior
    Specialists
  • Adrian Stitt, Special Project Assistant for ISS
  • Robert Williams, Technology Project Administrator
  • Ruth Watson, Program Project Specialist
  • Shanddeikka Beecham, Clerical
  • Dorinita Clark, Clerical
  • District Behavior Specialists Morrice Apprey,
    Willa Broom, Ptorey Crutchfield, Dana Gaston,
    Angeletta Giles
  • Center for Safe Drug Free Schools, Loc. 172,
    Rt. 2
  • 220 N. Montgomery, Memphis, TN 38104
  • 416-4240

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Resources
  • MCS Data Website
  • User name
  • Principal is prinloca (no space, insert your
    location number),
  • Assistant Principal is aprloca (no space, insert
    your location number and a, b, or c depending on
    the number of APs),
  • Team Leader is tlloc (no space, insert your
    location number)
  • Password can be set by calling 416-2700 (Enter
    Password with capital P first and see if it will
    let you set your own)
  • MCS Website
  • Forms will be under PBIS site (Go to Student
    Support, then Student Behavior and Intervention,
    then PBIS)
  • TN PBIS links http//web.utk.edu/swpbs
  • Maryland PBIS http//www.pbismaryland.org
  • PBIS http//www.pbis.org
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