What is Tier 1 (Universal) Primary Prevention?
Tier 1 supports are intended for all students in the school. The core components of prevention include setting clear behavioral expectations, creating an acknowledgment system to reinforce desired behaviors, and developing a system for addressing misbehavior.
Rules and routines are positively stated, easy to remember, and are significant to the school.
A School-Wide Matrix
A school-wide matrix lists the general behavioral expectations and specific expectations for various settings within the school. The matrix provides a clear visual of all school-wide behavioral rules/expectations.
Teaching Appropriate Behavioral Expectations
It is necessary to teach the school-wide expected behaviors to all students. Practices. This is done through Kick-Off and Booster Events, Cool Tool Lessons, Assemblies, and an Acknowledgement System. PBIS schools have a System for Addressing Misbehavior which includes re-teaching and positive reinforcement. An Office Discipline Referral Process is also in place, if needed.
- Has your child shown positive behavior at home? You can give them a 4>2 card to bring back to school. Get it here.
- Wilson Playground Rules
- Wilson 4-Square Rules
- Wilson Tetherball Rules
|Wilson Elementary School "Cool Tools" 2014-2015|
|September 8, 2014||Respect|
|October 6-10, 2014||Stop, Walk, Talk|
|Ocotber 27-30, 2014||Not Too Rough on the Playground|
|November 3-7, 2014||Personal Space: Recess Lining Up|
|November 10-14, 2014||Cold Weather Clothing|
|November 17-21, 2014||Play Safe on the Snow and Ice|
|November 24-26, 2014||Be Safe, Respectful & Responsible in the Hallways|
|December 1-5, 2014||Be Respectful to Adults in All School Settings|
|February 9-13, 2015||Personal Space at Recess on the Playground|
|February 23-27, 2015||Personal Space in the Hallways|
|March 9-13, 2015||Defiance: Responding with Respect|
|April 7-10, 2015||Take Care of Wilson and the Environment|