Consequence System

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Consequence System
GMS - STUDENT CONSEQUENCE GRID
We developed the student consequence grid as a tool to develop
consistency in student discipline in our school
 Students are given this sheet at the start of school so they know
what behaviors will earn them a mark
 Positive activities are rewarded while negative activities earn
students a mark on their grid
 Every 9 weeks the number of marks starts at zero so students have
an opportunity to correct behaviors that they were marked for in
the previous 9 weeks
 Students can earn marks straight across the grid or if they reach 7
total marks in any area before they get to parent contact/behavior
packet their teacher will call their parent and assign the behavior
packet
 10 total marks results in a discipline referral
 Team revises consequence grid yearly based on staff input and data
analysis
STUDENT CONSEQUENCE GRIDS
Name:
Verbal
Warning
Class
Disruption
Disrespect to
peers
Noncompliance
Property Misuse
Not prepared
Out of Seat
Student
Conference
Silent Lunch
Call Parent/
Behavior
Packet
After-school
Detention
Parent
Contact
THE UNIQUE PBIS TEAM
COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
Google Docs Shared
Documents
Administration and Faculty
Record in Student Matrix
Administration and Faculty
Contact Parents
PBIS Communication Tools
 Every student has a consequence grid that is accessed by
any teacher or staff member in the school through
Google.docs
 All teachers have the same expectations and consequences
for each student = consistency in discipline.
 With consistency comes increased time on-task for
students in the classroom = teachers work together
 Teachers are trained on this system at the start of the year
and they can email parents/guardians a student’s
consequence at any time during the school year
Google Doc
Name
* Each student has a sheet
WHAT HAS THE CONSEQUENCE
GRID DONE FOR GMS PBIS?
• Provided students with consistent rules
• Decrease time administrators have to spend with
excessive referrals
• Helped us to develop a safer, more pleasant climate to
work and learn in
• Provided parents with clear expectations and rules
• Decreased our total number of referrals and students in
OSS and ISS
• Helped us to increase our test scores on EOG’s for the last
five school years
BUS CONSEQUENCE GRID
At Gamewell Middle School we use a Bus
Consequence Grid because it helps to:
•Increase bus discipline consistency
•Provide students with an understanding of
what’s expected of them on the bus
•Provide the administration with
documentation to show parents when
problems with a student occurs on the bus
•Provides all of our drivers with an
understanding of how their passengers are
supposed to behave while on the bus
* Please click on the screen on the next slide
to see our PBIS video
BUS CONSEQUENCE GRID
Name
Verbal
Warning
Out of seat w/o
permission
Inappropriate or
Threatening
Language
Disrespect to
peers or bus
driver
Noncompliance
Property Misuse
(Throwing Items)
Bus driver
conferences
with student
Assign to front
seat
Referral for
parent contact
by
administration
Referral for
Administrative
Decision
South Davie MS - Accountability
• Students receive infraction slips for
not following the PBIS matrix.
• Infraction slips are given for minor
behaviors.
• 3 infraction slips in a week result in
a Level drop.
• Each Level has different
consequences outlined in the
student handbook.
• After 5 days of positive behavior,
the student will move back up a
level.
• These Level changes are recorded
in our data system.
• Students who remain on Level 4 are
rewarded each quarter, mid-year,
and end of year.
Student Infraction Form
Date ____________________
Student: _______________________________________________
Teacher: _______________________________________________
____ Poor attitude
____ Out of seat without permission
____ Talking/disturbing class
____ Tardy
____ Tipping chair/desk
____ Not prepared for
class
____ Playful/inappropriate behavior
____ Off task/not using
time well
____ Disrespecting/defacing property
____ Throwing Things
____ Homework not complete
____ Disrespect
____ Inappropriate behavior or volume in hall or cafeteria
Teacher Comment: ___________________________________________
Student Comment:___________________________________________
Student Signature: __________________________________________
Accountability
• More severe behaviors receive either a processing slip for
minor offenses or an office referral for major offenses.
• These offenses would include disrespect, language, fighting,
etc.
• Students who receive office referrals typically serve a day in
AID(alternative instructional day).
• Major offenses could also result in OSS(out of school
suspension). Students receiving this suspension will attend
class off campus at the county’s alternative school.
School Discipline Levels and Privileges
• Level 4: Students enjoy all school activities
• Level 3: Lose team privileges at the discretion of the team.
• Athletes may receive additional consequences from coaching
staff.
• Student MAY attend field trips.
• Student MAY attend dances and other school activities.
• Lunch will continue to be in the cafeteria.
• Student moves to Level 4 after 5 days of positive behavior.
LEVEL 2
• Team makes parent contact!!!!
• Student develops behavior plan with team at teams discretion. Look at
behavior and how many times student has been on Level 2.
• Student not eligible for team incentives
• No outside activities, including band, choir, and drama unless a
performance is given a grade.
• Team or grade level lunch detention until student returns to Level 3.
• Student CAN NOT ATTEND activities like dances, athletic events, field trips,
etc.
• Athletes: Can NOT PLAY but CAN Practice.
Level 1
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Parent conference with TEAM.
Student is on Lock-down (loss of all privileges and hall passes).
All travel in school is supervised.
Lunch detention in AID until level changes.
Separate setting for any assemblies, plays, etc.
Athlete can not dress out, for practice, games, or events, or
play until level changes.

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