The Behavior Sheet pictured above goes home with students everyday as a communication tool of how the student’s day went in regards to their behavior plan goals. Please read the explanation carefully of how this sheet will be used.
Schedule Blocks at the Top
In this section of the behavior sheet students will earn points based on their behavior and academic effort put forth during that period of time. If a student refuses to do their work in Reading for example they will lose their points for that schedule block. If the student has lost all of their points for that block there should be documentation in the following table as to what was happening during that block that caused the student to not earn their points. Students can earn partial points in this section if they have a “moment” or make a “bad choice” and “fix it up” as we refer to changing their behavior.
Making Good Choices Section
In this section of the behavior sheet students will earn points based on their behavior and effort put forth during that period of time. This is the section that can be referenced if there is a question of why the student didn’t earn their full points in the schedule block section. Every 15 minutes, students have the opportunity to earn a point as long as they are making good choices. If a student should lose points during these times the points will be crossed off and a letter code will be placed in the box to explain why. For example, if Johnny is off task 9:48 and has to be redirected more than twice the point for 9:45 will be crossed off and OT will be placed in the box.
“The Fine Print Section”
In this section of the behavior sheet you will be notified of the specific steps taken if the student had any other behavior intervention taken due to their choice that day. If a student and teacher conference about behavior, there will be notation of this on the form with a time notated. The teacher and student will initial this box. A student/ teacher conference will take place if there is a time out given and if there is a minor or major infraction given. This is to show the steps taken to try to help the student “fix it up” before a minor or major infraction is given. Administrative assistance is only necessary for extreme behavior problems and parents will be notified by phone if this happens. A minor infraction is written if a student has two or more STAND timeouts for the same infraction (i.e. more than 10 points lost for the same issue). If a student receives 3 minor infractions for the same behavior problem they will get a major infraction which will be submitted to administration. A major infraction is a referral and will always go to administration for review.
Parent Teacher Communication and Student Responsibility Acknowledgment
In this section of the behavior sheet students will sign as an acknowledgement of accepting responsibility for their behavior as well as a place for you to sign that they showed you their behavior sheet. The table above will include any communication I need to get to you in regards to their behavior and any questions or concerns you may want to share with me.