School Behavior Plan

CHAMPION CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR PLAN

“SUPER CENTRAL SIX”

 

“Discipline is teaching, not punishment.” – T. Berry Brazelton

 

PURPOSE

Champion Central Elementary School is a community of learners.  We are all here to learn, grow and become productive citizens.

 

SUPER CENTRAL SIX RULES

We are here to:        

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Fair

Be Trustworthy

Be Caring

Be Good Citizens

 

The Positive Behavior Plan is designed to help create a climate of cooperation, academic excellence, respect and safety at the Champion Central Elementary School.  The following five guiding principles will help create an optimal learning environment for the students:

  1. Clear expectations for student behavior.

  2. Clear and consistent strategies for teaching appropriate behavior.

  3. Clear and consistent strategies for encouraging appropriate behavior.

  4. Clear and consistent consequences that discourage inappropriate

     behavior.

  5. Clear plans and strategies for communicating the Positive Behavior

     Plan to students and parents.

 

ATTENDANCE

            4 tardies per semester       =     1 detention

            8-12 tardies per semester   =    2 detentions

            12 + tardies per semester   =    Referral to BLAT

                                       

Mrs. Gen Worley will determine excused/unexcused absences.

 

HOMEWORK

Students will finish incomplete work during recess.  There will be a teacher at each grade level to assist students with incomplete assignments.  The intention of this is to educate and guide the students in proper study skills, organizational skills, etc.  

 If the student does not exhibit improvement with homework responsibility after five missed assignments, they will receive after school detention. If the student continues to have difficulty after this intervention, he/she will be referred to the BLAT team.      

          

COMMUNICATION

 

DAILY PARENT COMMUNICATION -   Daily communication will be made to parents using the Student Behavior Calendar.  Students will be responsible for tracking behaviors on their calendars using a color-coded system.  Student infractions will be written by the teacher on the back of the student calendar if they are YELLOW OR BELOW.

                                               

Outstanding – PINK

Great Job – PURPLE

Good Day – GREEN

Ready to Learn – WHITE

5 Minutes Off Recess - YELLOW

Miss Recess – BLUE

Miss Recess and Fun Friday – RED

Office Referral – BLACK

 

DAILY STUDENT COMMUNICATION – When a student demonstrates positive behavior or negative behaviors in the classroom, restroom, or hallways, they will be asked to “clip up” or “clip down” on the class chart.

 

REWARDS

SUPER CENTRAL SIX CHALLENGE–   When a student receives an A or B in Conduct, the student will attend a special celebration at the end of the quarter.

 

FUN FRIDAY – Each week students who do not receive any YELLOW OR BELOW for the week will be rewarded with twenty (20) minutes of free time.  This will occur at the discretion of the homeroom teacher.

 

SUPERIOR HONOR ROLL (All A’s IN GRADE 4) – Students who earn all A’s on their report card will be acknowledged.

 

HONOR ROLL (A’s and B’s) – Students who earn all A’s and B’s on their report card will be recognized.

 

PERFECT ATTENDANCE – Students who are not absent, tardy, or dismissed early will be recognized.

             

SPECIALIST, CAFETERIA and BUS AWARDS

 

Grades 1-4 – Each specialist will award “Specialist Theme Cards” for the classrooms that exhibit exemplary behavior. Specialists will also reward students with a colored ticket if they earn a “clip up” during class.  Cafeteria monitors will also honor students that exhibit good behavior by issuing tickets for “clip ups”.  Bus drivers have the opportunity to reward students for good behavior with a colored ticket.  These tickets will be entered into a drawing for “Pizza with the Principal”.  This will occur every 9 weeks.

 

OFFICE REFERRALS

A student will receive an office referral after the teacher:

1) gives the student a warning

2) sends a notification on the Student Calendar

3) calls the parent/guardian

 

The principal will administer discipline by individual student case.   If the problem persists, the Asst. Principal /Principal will refer the student to the BLAT team for intervention. 

 

CHAMPION CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FAB FLASH FIVE RULES

(see attached chart)

 

Recess monitors, cafeteria monitors, bus drivers, and specialists will determine whether a discipline slip should be given based on defiance, physical harm, or intentional harm.  Students will be asked to have “time out” on the line during recess because of inappropriate behavior.

 

OLWEUS ANTI-BULLYING RULES

1. I will not bully others.

2. I will try to help students who are bullied.

3. I will try to include students who are left out.

4. If I know that someone is being bullied, I will tell an adult at school

   and an adult at home.

 

BULLY PREVENTION

The Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support describes a Three (3) step response to problem behavior, including “Stop”, “Walk” and “Talk”.

 

1. STOP

Give the hand signal, look the bully in the eye and firmly tell him/her to stop it.  The hand signal that accompanies the “stop” command is shown below.

2. WALK Away

Sometimes, even when students tell others to “stop”, problem behavior will continue. When this happens, students are to "walk away" from the problem behavior.

 

3. TALK - Report the problem to an adult

Teach students that even when they use “stop” and they “walk away” from the problem, sometimes students will continue to behave inappropriately toward them. When that happens, students should "talk" to an adult

 

** The difference between "talking" and tattling **

“Talking" is when the child has tried to solve the problem him/herself, and have used the "stop" and "walk" steps first:

 ^  Did you ask the bully to "stop"?

 ^  Did you "walk away"?

 

Tattling is when it is the child’s goal is to get the other person in trouble.  Tattling is when the child did not use the "stop" and "walk away" steps before "talking" to an adult.

 

CHAMPION CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BULLY CONSEQUENCES

LEVEL ONE  

FIRST OFFENSE   

        - Conference with student

        - Explain future consequences

        - Record in discipline file

 

SECOND OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - Recess detention

        - Record in discipline file

 

THIRD OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - After school detention

        - Record in discipline file

 

LEVEL TWO

FIRST OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - Recess detention

        - Record in discipline file

 

SECOND OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - After school detention

        - Record in discipline file

        

THIRD OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - Suspension

        - Record in discipline file

 

LEVEL THREE

EACH OFFENSE

        - Student calls home and explains bully behavior

        - Suspension

        - Record in discipline file

 

 

On-the-Spot Bullying Interventions

 

When you see bullying happen:

 

Step 1:         Stop the bullying.

Step 2:         Support the student who has been bullied.

Step 3:         To the student(s) who bullied: Name the bullying behavior and refer to the four anti-bullying rules.

Step 4:         Empower the bystanders with appreciation if they were supportive to the student who was bullied or with information about how to act in the future.

Step 5:         Impose immediate and appropriate consequences for the student(s) who bullied.

Step 6:         Take steps to make sure the student who was bullied will be protected from future bullying.

Central Elementary School
5976 Mahoning Ave NW Suite C
Warren, OH 44483

Phone:330-847-2328
Fax:330-847-2322