Behavior Data

August Report

“August Behavior summary: So far this year, we have had 19 behavior incidents ranging from cell phone violations to classroom managed behaviors.  Overall, we are very pleased with how our students are learning the expectations of the school!  We identified that Tuesdays are our busiest day and 10 am involves the most incidents, but also realize that we have very few incidents separating the days.  Some of our focus points for September will be using appropriate language around the school and arriving to class on time.”

September Report

Incidents by grade level:





As the afternoon goes on, more incidents occur-the only outlier we have with this is that some incident times stay the same as the time they are entered. Please make sure you are double checking this when entering.


October Report

Incidents ​ by​ ​ grade​ ​ level:​        

6th​ grade-35​ ​ ​(51​ in​ ​ ​September)

7th ​ grade-65​ ​ (105​ ​ in​ ​ September)​    

8th​ ​grade-36​ ​(57​ ​in​ ​September)

We​ ​still​ ​have​ ​the​ ​outlier​ ​of​ ​entering​ ​the​ ​data​ ​vs.​ ​when​ ​the​ ​incident​ ​occurred​ ​(please​ ​refer​ to​ Sunday).​  Other​ ​than​ ​ that,​ we​ have​ concluded​ ​that ​ disruptions​ and​ insubordination​ are ​going​ ​​to​ ​be​ ​our​ ​key​ ​focus​ ​for​ ​the​ ​next​ ​few​ ​weeks​ ​during​ ​teach-to’s ​​in​ order​​ ​for ​​us to start​ ​increasing​ teaching​ time​ ​and decreasing​ time​ ​needed​ ​to​ ​address​ ​behaviors.



November Report

Attached is the behavior data for the month of November and incidents overall for the year.  We have seen a drastic reduction in tardies from last quarter and hope that there have been many less interruptions from students at the beginning of class because of this!  We have also noted that disruptions that are reoccurring for a few students has resulted in some behavior tracking responsibilities for those students in an effort to reduce the number we are receiving.  Thank you all for your support of student success…we appreciate you!

The SIT team has started implementing behavior “PAWS Tracks” forms for a few students who have been a factor to our disruption incidents. We
are focusing on involving the student and parent in the plan, increasing the communication between home and school, and making sure there are
positive reinforcements for the students every week that there is a good report.


December 4-8
November 6-10
October 30 - November 3
October 16-18
September 4-8
September 11-15
September 18-22
September 25-29