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Title: W. C. Williams Elementary School Greenwood public school district PBIS MODEL SITE


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W. C. Williams Elementary School Greenwood
public school district PBIS MODEL SITE
  • We Create Winners!!!

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Greenwood Public School District Greenwood,
Mississippi
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MODEl school sites
W. C. Williams Elementary School
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We create Winners!
  • Mission Statement
  • The W. C. Williams staff and faculty are
    dedicated to supporting and promoting positive
    behavior expectations through teaching, rewards,
    and modeling. It is our mission to create
    student success. Through positive behavior
    supports, our goal is to teach life skills which
    enable children to deal confidently in our
    changing world.

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2012 2013 PBIS MODEL SITE The DREAM TEAM
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2012 2013 PBIS MODEL SITE The DREAM TEAM
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Expectations matrix
SMART Cafeteria Restroom Hallway Auditorium Bus Classroom
Seated Get the materials you need before you sit down. Keep your bottom on your seat and your legs in front of you when sitting. Give each other privacy. Face forward. Always walk.   Keep your bottom on your seat and your legs in front of you when sitting. Face forward and stay seated. Keep your bottom on your seat and your legs in front of you when sitting.
Manners Practice good table manners. Always flush. Stay on the green line. Keep noise levels down. Help others. Maintain personal space. Use kind words. Help others. Share.
Attention Stay focused when moving through the line. Report any problems. Follow directions the first time they are given. Show attention to speakers. Follow directions the first time they are given. Be prepared. Complete class work.
Respect Wait your turn in line. Wait quietly for your turn. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. Show appropriate responses as needed. Use indoor voice. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself. Raise your hand. Work quietly and pay attention.
Tidy Leave your area clean and throw trash away. Leave your area clean and throw trash away. Leave your area clean and throw trash away. Leave your area clean and throw trash away. Leave your area clean and throw trash away. Leave your area clean and throw trash away.
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PBIS RULES ARE POSTED Throughout our school
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Smart rules
  • S S is for SEATED, quietly I will be

  • M M is for MANNERS, from you to me
  • A A is for ATTENTION, pay attention and youll
    see
  • R R is for RESPECT, from A to Z
  • T T is for TIDY, clean up around my feet
  • W. C. Williams SMART KID, thats ME!!!

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consequences
  • First theyll give a SIGNAL WARNING to me
  • Then OUTSIDE with the teacher Ill go
  • LOSE ACTIVITY if I make it to three
  • Theyll CALL Mom and Dad, Oh No!
  • Now Im definitely TIMEOUT bound
  • OMG! Im going to visit MRS. BROWN!

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w. c. Williams Elementary Greenwood Public School
District
  • 2012-2013 Mississippi P.B.I.S. Model Site
  • Sponsored by
  • REACH MS
  • The University of Southern Mississippi
  • Mississippi Department of Education

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The Wildcat store
  • School Wide Recognition Program INCENTIVES!!!

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OUR DATA IS IMPORTANT!
  • Types of Data Used
  • Behavioral
  • Office referrals
  • Major behaviors
  • Minor behaviors
  • Suspension
  • In-school
  • Out-of-school
  • Timeout
  • Academic
  • Assessment results
  • Student Feedback
  • Referrals
  • Others
  • Attendance
  • Student/Staff/Parent Surveys

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Data-Based decisions
  • Why?
  • Identify problem behaviors
  • Proactive decision-making
  • Collect useful data
  • Make data-driven changes
  • How?
  • Enter data weekly
  • Address areas as data demands

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Rewarding positive behavior WORKs!!!
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MEET OUR PRINCIPAL!!
  • MRS. MARY BROWN SHES A WINNING WILDCAT!!!
  • SHE CREATES WINNERS!!
  • Positive Persistent Proactive Prepared

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MEET SOME OF OUR TEACHERS
  • They Love!!
  • They Laugh!!
  • They Inspire!
  • They Motivate!!
  • Our TEACHERS are WINNING WILDCATS!!

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MEET OUR PARENTS!
  • It really does take a village to raise a child

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CHANGING BEHAVIORS TO CREATE WINNERS!
  • BEFORE PBIS
  • AFTER PBIS

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Student reinforcement system
  • W. C. Williams Elementary School Reinforcement
    System
  • All faculty and staff receive a sheet of 18
    tickets every morning. They issue these tickets
    throughout the day to students who are
    demonstrating positive behavior. Each week, the
    students cash in their tickets for SMART CASH.
    (10 tickets 1 SMART BUCK). At the end of each
    month, the students visit the Wildcat Store to
    shop and spend their SMART CASH. Students are
    required to keep their tickets and SMART CASH
    throughout the month, which also promotes and
    reinforces responsibility.
  • Our parents have been extremely supportive of our
    PBIS system at W. C. Williams. By attending
    parent conferences, parent meetings, volunteering
    in classrooms and the Wildcat Store, and meeting
    with our principal, they earn SMART CASH for
    their children. Parent involvement is a critical
    part of student success. We encourage our parents
    to visit our school and play a part in their
    childrens education.

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Teacher reinforcement system
  • W. C. Williams Elementary School Teacher
    Reinforcement System
  • Teachers are rewarded tickets from our principal,
    Mrs. Brown and our Director of Federal Programs,
    Dr. Lorita Harris, for modeling positive behavior
    or by classroom observations of students
    demonstrating positive behavior. These tickets
    are placed in a monthly drawing for prizes and
    supplies. The tickets can also be used to
    purchase items in the Wildcat Store from the
    teachers table.

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Wildcat store calendar
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
November 16, 2012 December 21, 2012 January
31, 2013 February 28, 2013 March 28,
2013 April 30, 2013 May 22, 2013
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W. c. wIlliams winning wildcats are smart!!!
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  • KEEP
  • CALM
  • AND
  • USE
  • PBIS!

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Contact us
  • W.C. Williams Elementary School
  • 1300 Carrollton Avenue
  • Greenwood, Mississippi 38930
  • Phone (662) 455-7445
  • Fax (662) 455-1475
  • Principal Mrs. Mary Brown
  • Counselor Dr. Sharone Lacy
  • PBIS Contacts Mrs. Carol Short, Librarian
  • Ms. Deirdre Keys,
    Science Teacher
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