Birds Club: A School-Wide Behavior Plan

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´╗┐Hawks Club: A School-Wide Behavior Plan Willow Bend School Rolling Meadows, Illinois Toni Kappel, Principal Tracy Mueller, Teacher

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K-6 basic 470 understudies 26.4% low Income 19.9% portability Rate 34.5% Limited English Proficient (29 Languages Spoken) Located around 30 miles from Chicago 33 confirmed staff 17 program partners Willow Bend School

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Eagles Club: Believes that all understudies have a place with all staff Shapes positive practices Provides people group dialect and consistency all through school Teaches kids self-observing and mindfulness Enhances understudy duty Documents recurrence and kind of practices that require redirection Allows for every day correspondence amongst guardians and instructors Behavior Plan Rationale

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The reason for this arrangement is to shape understudies' conduct by emphatically strengthening the key regions of need. Made eleven years back by Willow Bend's understudy bolster group. Utilized by all staff for understudies requiring a more organized conduct administration arrange. Understudies gather their own particular information identified with their key ranges of conduct. As understudies enhance conduct, they travel through the levels with the objective to keep up "Level 4" conduct. Advancement

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All staff are prepared in light of the fact that all understudies have a place with all staff. Understudies have picked up trust in their capacities and are more in charge of their day by day work prerequisites. Overall, just three understudies for every month need to visit the essential's office for a conduct issue. Key segment identified with our scholarly objectives as prove by higher test scores on state accomplishment tests. Perceived by Robert Marzano in his video, "Classroom Management, What Works?" Effectiveness

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Survey staff for tending to conduct needs Communication all through school Supportive organization Empowered staff All understudies learn and comprehend conduct arrange Dollar charge action Process

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If you are in review... Level 1 to Level 2 Level 2 to Level 3 Level 3 to Level 4 If you are Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 in review... 1 10 8 6 1 day 10 days 15 days 1 2 10 8 6 3 8 6 4 8 6 4 5 6 4 2 days 10 days 15 days 6 4 2 3 days 15 days 20 days 4 days 15 days 20 days 5 days 20 days 25 days 6 days 20 days 25 days Level System Point Fines 1. Inadequate homework - 10 focuses for every task 2. Not having your point sheet marked by a grown-up - 10 focuses 3. Doodles on your point sheet - 10 focuses 4. Not having your point with you at all times - 20 focuses 5. Losing a point sheet - 50 focuses 6. Not bringing back a point sheet - 50 focuses 7. Turning in a point sheet that is torn, crumpled,or generally ravaged - 100 focuses 8. Substitution envelope - 300 focuses All kids start on Level 2, Day 1 and advance through the levels in view of their conduct. All together for an understudy to fill their heart with joy, they should not have more than the quantity of infractions for their review level. They should have twice the same number of positives as infractions with a specific end goal to fill their heart with joy. An understudy will drop one level in the event that he or she doesn't make his or her day twice on any level. An understudy will drop to Level 1 on the off chance that they demonstrate a zero resilience conduct. The FLEXIBILITY RULE: These numbers are debatable in specific situations. The proposed numbers are not a law, yet rather a rule. Infraction Criteria Moving UP a Level

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Level 1 Zero Tolerance Behaviors (Gang representation, taking, forceful conduct, weapons, verbal and physical dangers, extraordinary lack of regard, harm to class property) Children on Level 1 serve 'Level 1 Lunch' (confinement) regulated by a staff part. Limitations: 1. No gathering lunch 2. No diversions 3. Limited field trips 4. No errands for the educator 5. No motion pictures (unless for guideline) 6. No occupations or out of the classroom duties 7. No festival investment 8. No spending focuses Level 2 Restrictions: 1. No PC diversions 2. No errands for the educator. 3. No occupations or out of the classroom obligations Rights: 1. Aggregate lunch 2. Films 3. Field trips 4. Festivity cooperation Levels

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Level 3 Rights: 1. Amass Lunch 2. Field trips 3. PC utilize including diversions 4. Errands for educators 5. Motion pictures 6. Employments or out of the classroom obligations 7. Festivity interest 8. Level 3 astonish on the primary day! Level 4 Rights: 1. Amass Lunch 2. Field trips 3. PC utilize including recreations 4. Errands for educators 5. Motion pictures 6. Employments or out of the classroom duties 7. Festivity cooperation 8. Acknowledgment declaration for achieving Level 4 9. Level 4 prize book Positive Behaviors strolling unobtrusively finished assignments apologizing positive associate and grown-up collaborations regard for property raising hand listening admirably holding up quietly participation eye contact while talking or listening suitable dialect coming clean great sportsmanship tolerating results explaining strife in a deferential way regarding another's thoughts

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Students look at toward the day's end with a unique range educator. They talk about their point sheet and how their day went. Objectives are set for the next day. Point sheets are brought home every day to be imparted to guardians and are marked and gave back the following day. In a few occurrences, guardians have executed Eagles Club as a major aspect of behavioral desires at home. The focuses earned at home are sent back to class adding to the Eagles Club bank book. Every day Check Out

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The synergistic way of the program empowers understudies to be effective with their individualized conduct arrange. Birds Club gives understudies an organized approach to pay consideration on their conduct by improving understudy duty, permitting them to recognize suitable conduct, and strengthening positive conduct. This reasonable, compact program engages staff to handle behavioral issues as they happen all through the school. The educator goes about as a facilitator. They are not accountable for understudy conduct which has permitted instructors to have more opportunity for guideline. Synopsis Points