• Student Behavior Management Plan

    All grade-level teams will arrange/design rooms that best support student learning in their classroom. Students in each grade level will have the opportunity to work with each other to develop a set of rules and procedures that will help all learners succeed in the classroom. The students will also develop a seating plan that they will follow when participating in cooperative learning groups and independent practice. The daily routine in each classroom will include activities that encourage students to reflect on their day, set and monitor their goals, and complete activities that match their learning style and interest. All students are expected to follow directions, complete assignments, actively participate in their learning, complete assignments/projects that do not interfere with another student’s ability to learn and be respectful when interacting with each other and staff. The counselor will teach social and emotional skills to provide students with strategies to help them solve issues and reflect on their actions. Each classroom will have a calm down space where students can complete different activities to help them refocus their energy and reflect on how they can adjust their behavior. Whole-brain teaching will also be used in every class to help increase student motivation and engagement in all activities.      

    Student Behavior Engagement Strategies

    • Calming Area in the Classroom
    • Student Goal Tracking
    • Campus Mentor
    • Verbal Warning
    • SEL Strategies
    • Structured Choices
    • Non-Verbal Cues and Signals
    • Teacher Proximity 
    • Mindfulness Activities 
    • Visual/Individual Schedules
    • Sensory Tools
    • Brain Breaks
    • Counseling Groups
    • Daily Student Check-Ins 
    • Conferences with the student, parents, teacher, counselor, and administrators 
    • Meetings with the LSSP
    • Social Skills Instruction
    • Positive Reinforcement Strategies


    School-wide Consequences

    • Parent conference with the teacher and an administrator
    • Referral to counselor
    • Referral to the student support team
    • Behavior intervention plan 
    • Withdrawal of privileges


    Levels of Misbehavior

    Level 1-Offenses

    Discipline log with the following items:  

    • Parent contact information
    • Written notice of the disciplinary action to the student
    • Summary of meeting with minutes
    • Plan of corrective measures
    • Verbal warning
    • Teacher proximity  
    • Behavioral contracts 
    • Behavioral Management Plans
    • Classroom calming corners
    • Seating changes
    • Assign a staff member as a mentor 


    Level II- Discretionary Offenses

    • Binder with the referral form
    • SST meeting, parent contact log
    • Behavior intervention plan
    • Schedule of follow up meeting


    Level III-Mandatory 

    • Inform an administrator of the incident
    • Schedule a meeting with parents 
    • Refer the student to counseling (if necessary)
    • Create a behavior intervention plan with a behavior contract and point sheet
    • Schedule a follow-up meeting with the parents to review the student’s progress