Great Western Elementary School

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Overview

PBIS at Great Western School

 

Great Western has been a PBIS school for seven years. Last year, Great Western was awarded the Golden Level Award, the highest level of recognition a school can receive, for the fourth year in a row. Go Broncos!

 

The Great Western PBIS team meets once a month to continue to provide proactive behavior interventions (school-wide, classroom, and individualized) and supports in order to keep our school safe and effective for all Bronco students. Emphasis is placed on prevention of problem behavior, development of pro-social skills, and the use of data-based problem solving for addressing existing behavior concerns.

Respectful, Responsible and Ready

Respectful
Use tools as intended, follow adult directions quickly, display good manners, use kind words and actions, hands to self
Responsible
Walk at all times, put forth best effort, sit and play in designated areas
Ready
Be on time, have all materials, eyes on adults

Behavior Goal: 

Great Western will decline in the suspension rate by 0.3% or more. Great Western will suspend .8% of its students or less to maintain GREEN. Great Western currently has 328 students (328 x .008 = 2.6 students)

 

Academic Goals:

Kinder – 1st Grade

By March 2020, our kinder to first grade students will increase the amount of grade level proficiency on the BPST by 10% when compared to September’s 2019 BPST data.

 

2nd Grade – 5th Grade

By March 2020, our students will increase proficiency scores on SRI by 5% when compared to September 2019 data.