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School-Wide Positive Behavior and Support Plan (SWPBIS)

 

SWPBIS

Multnomah Elementary promotes a positive behavior support approach to handling behavioral errors.  We have a team that includes, the principal, parents, students, teachers and classified personnel who have worked collaboratively to design our school policy in alignment with the Los Angeles Unified School District. 

 

We use the Second Step Program to teach anger management and problem solving. In addition, the "Habits of Mind" will be used to teach good life habits. We are also implementing Restorative Justice circles.  

 

Students will learn eating etiquette in the cafeteria at the beginning of the year during lunch time from school staff.  Teachers will teach the rules of the playground area before they are assigned to the area. New games will be played to offer more diversity and increase student interest. Teachers and staff will learn updated classroom management and behavior management techniques.

 

Your support is required for consistency.

 

 

POSITIVE INCENTIVES

When extrinsic motivation is used, we reward good behavior in the following way: 

  • White Eagles tickets given to students caught being good
  • Pink Eagles tickets given to entire class for collaborative exemplary behavior
  • Student of the Month recognition @ our  Student Recognition Assemblies
  • Citizen of the Month recognition @ our  Student Recognition Assemblies

 

 

SWPBIS

Our entire SWPBIS plan can be found on our website at bit.ly/MES-SWPBIS. Type the URL exactly as you see it. 

 

Level 1

  • Teacher will handle in the classroom
  • Student will complete a reflection of behavior
  • Parent may/may not be contacted

 

Level 2

  • Student is sent to main office to see Ms. Merchant or Ms. Ayala
  • Student will complete a reflection of behavior
  • Parent will be contacted
  • Incident will be documented in MiSiS

 

Level 3

  • Student is sent to main office to see Ms. Melgar or Mr. Romo
  • Student will complete a reflection of behavior
  • Parent will be contacted
  • Incident will be documents in MiSiS and ISTAR (as needed)

 

 

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