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South Lakes High School Bruce Butler, Principal

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South Lakes High School
Fairfax County Public Schools
Bruce Butler, Principal
Seahawk PBS Team
• Fran Walker, Coach
• Teresa Fennessy, Team Leader
• Marly Fullerton, Research
• Douglas Tyson, AP
• Bruce Butler, Principal
South Lakes High School:
Demographics
Asian
11.1%
Black
19.2%
Hispanic
17.5%
White
45.4%
Other
6.8%
South Lakes High School:
Demographics
Free and
Reduced Lunch
ESOL
Special
Education
34%
9.21%
19.18%
South Lakes Seahawks
Our values have not changed, we
have and will continue to increase
our expectations, understanding, and
accountability to improve as a school:
1. Timely Communication
2. Organized and Reflective
Instructional Program
3. Positive and Constructive School
Environment
Implementation Requirements
• Adminisitrative Team Support
• Strong Teacher Leadership
• Key Players on Staff
• PBS Training
Seeing the Need – Why PBS?
Increase Instructional Time
• Consistent Policies
• Attendance Data
• Academic Achievement
• Decrease Discipline Issues
• As a school we knew we could do better!
Building the Team
• Strong Administrative Support
• Teacher Leaders
• Department Representation
• Other Staff, Students, and Parents
Building the Team
• Started with County Training and
Support
– Steering group of faculty went to learn
about the program
– Faculty returned with recommendation to
move forward
• Paid PBS Work Days at South Lakes
High School
South Lakes Seahawks
1. Timely Communication
2. Organized and Reflective
Instructional Program
3. Positive and Constructive School
Environment
Implementation Process
• SLHS faculty and staff engaged in an
open and honest dialogue focusing on
school wide performance and attendance
data.
• Attendance, the primary correlate to
academic success, became the first PBS
school wide initiative!
The Road to Success
Empower the Faculty to:
• Develop and Implement Consistent
Policies
• Use Data to Influence Change
• Take Ownership of Process
PBS
• We eliminate the inconsistencies
which induce students to logically
question the validity of any rule
• Imagine playing a 7-inning high
school baseball game in which the
basic rules changed every inning?
• Eliminates frustration!
Consistent School-wide Policies
• Consistently Teach Core Values to
Students/Staff
• Implement Attendance Procedures
• Limit Hallway Passes
• Understand Discipline Matrix
Teaching Core Values
• Engage Student Leadership
• Recognize Contributions through
Success Passes
• Develop Monthly PBS Lessons
Leadership Class
Guides the Way!
Leadership Class is
made of up elected
student leaders and
other students who
desire to help others.
Taking Flight Mentors
SLHS Success Pass
SLHS Success Pass:
Business Card Size
“Positive Behavior Support” (PBS)
• We reinforce quality/caring behaviors (perfect
attendance/helping others) twice each month
Success Pass Winners!
Teacher Recognition
• Teachers are recognized each time a
student’s Success Pass is drawn
• Teachers/staff write Success Passes
for each other and are recognized each
and every time the faculty meets
Sample PBS Lesson Topics:
Honor Code
• Cell phone use during tests
• Submitting other people’s work as your own
– Homework
– Papers
PBS Lesson Topic:
Respect in Hallways
• Voice volume
– respect learning time of other
students
• Use appropriate language
• Keep hall pass visible
Consistent Schoolwide Policies
• Teach Core Values to Students/Staff
• Implement Attendance Procedures
• Limit Hallway Passes
• Understand Discipline Matrix
Implement Schoolwide
Attendance Procedures
Definition of Tardy:
After the bell but fewer than 20 minutes late
1st Tardy:
Verbal warning
2nd Tardy:
Teacher discretion to assign detention
3rd Tardy:
Teacher notifies parent/administrator
Implement Schoolwide
Attendance Procedures
Consistent Schoolwide Policies
• Teach Core Values to Students/Staff
• Implement Attendance Procedures
• Limit Hallway Passes
• Understand Discipline Matrix
Academic Environment
Limit Hallway Passes
•Increase Instructional Time
•Decrease Classroom Interruptions
•Decrease Inappropriate Behavior
Consistent Schoolwide Policies
• Teach Core Values to Students/Staff
• Implement Attendance Procedures
• Limit Hallway Passes
• Understand Discipline
Matrix
Classroom vs Office
Managed Behavior
Levels of Discipline
Data
• We have the findings, now what?
• How can we improve?
• How do we know if our solution is
effective?
Using Data to Drive Decisions
• Research Team
• Yearly Data
• Monthly Data
• SET (School-wide Evaluation Tool) and
Benchmarks of Quality (BOQ) Analysis
All Day Unexcused Absences
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
2004
2005
2006
2007
Individual Period Unexcused
Absences
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
0
2004
2005
2006
2007
Total Unexcused Tardies
30000
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
0
2004
2005
2006
2007
Honors Level Participation at
South Lakes High School
Participation in Honors Classes
(% of students taking one or more
Pre – IB or IB course)
2008 - 2009:
9th Grade
65%
10th Grade
59%
11th Grade
49%
12th Grade
49%
25 freshman have pupil placed in for IB this year
SOL Improvement
94
92
90
88
86
84
82
2006
2007
2008
80
78
76
Reading
Math
SOL Improvement
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Hisp Math
Hisp R
2005
2006
2007
SOL Improvement
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
BL Math
BL R
20
10
0
2005
2006
2007
School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET)
120
100
80
2005
60
2007
40
20
0
Expectations
Defined
Expectations
Taught
Reward System
Violation
System
Decisionmaking
Percentage
Management
District Suport
Average
South Lakes HS: BoQ 07-08 Results
100
100
90
82
Percentage of Possible Points Scored
80
71
67
70
67
62
60
64
56
50
50
44
38
40
30
20
10
0
PBS Team
Effective
Procedures
Expectations
Lesson Plans
Critical Element Category
Crisis Plan
TOTAL SCORE
South Lakes High School
PBS is not stagnant.
It is a process.
We learn from our data.
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