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Positive Behavior Plan

Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)Plan

for Vidalia Lower Elementary School

 Every VLE student is a STAR, a student taking awesome responsibility for their school work, their behavior, the way they treat others and their attitude!             

Students
Taking
Awesome
Responsibility

Our positive behavior plan is mandated by the state of Louisiana.  All of the expectations that have been set for our students are based on these four behaviors: 
Be responsible  

Be respectful   
Be safe  
Be ready to learn

Student behavior is managed using a behavior color code system.

VLES 2019-2020 Daily Behavior Color Code

Purple        Exceptional Behavior
Green         Ready to learn
Yellow        Verbal warning
Orange       Loss of recess
Red             Parent contact required

Any other infraction after parent contact has been made will result in an office referral. There is an official referral form that will need to be completed.

 

Each day the color resets to Green.


Rewarding Good Behavior
Each teacher has a behavior plan that is implemented in their classroom with rewards and consequences.

On a school wide level, special activities are planned at the end of each nine weeks.  Students who stay on purple or green for the nine weeks will receive an admission ticket to the special activity.  Those admission tickets include the student's name and will go into a drawing for special prizes.

Student of the Month
During the months of September, October, November, January, February, March and April, a Student of the Month will be chosen from each class.  The Student of the Month will have their photo placed on the Student of the Month display board in the main hallway.  In addition, the student of the month will receive a special bragtag to wear on their backpack, a certificate, recognition at the monthly PTP meeting, and their name in a drawing for a  big prize at the end of the school year.  

Classroom Rules

  • BE RESPECTFUL TO ADULTS AND CLASSMATES
  • RAISE HAND FOR TEACHER'S HELP.
  • FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.
  • KEEP HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO YOURSELF.
  • HAVE ALL MATERIALS AND ASSIGNMENTS READY.

 Playground Rules  

  1. PLAY FAIR.
  2. OBEY ALL ADULTS.
  3. THROW TRASH IN CANS.
  4. KEEP HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO YOURSELF.
  5. USE EQUIPMENT SAFELY AND PROPERLY.
  6. STAY IN ASSIGNED AREAS.
  7. LINE UP AS SOON AS CALLED.  NO PLAYING IN LINE.  

 Cafeteria Rules  

  • KEEP HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO YOURSELF.
  • USE GOOD MANNERS.
  • CLEAN UP FOOD AND TRASH AROUND YOUR TRAY.
  • CLOSE YOUR MILK CARTON BEFORE LEAVING TABLE
  • HOLD YOUR TRAY WITH BOTH HANDS AS YOU WALK.
  • WALK AT ALL TIMES IN THE CAFETERIA
  • FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.
  • LINE UP QUIETLY. 

  Bathroom Rules  

  1. RESPECT THE PRIVACY OF OTHERS.
  2. DO NOT PLAY IN THE BATHROOM
  3. TAKE YOUR TURN, THEN LEAVE.
  4. KEEP HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO YOURSELF.
  5. FLUSH AFTER EACH USE.
  6. WASH AND DRY YOUR HANDS AFTER USE

 Bus Area Rules

  1. WALK TO YOUR BUS LINE AND WAIT UNTIL TIME TO LOAD.
  2. FOLLOW DIRECTIONS OF THE ADULTS ON BUS DUTY.
  3. KEEP HANDS,FEET, AND OBJECTS TO  YOURSELF.
  4. LEAVE ALL PENCILS, BOOKS, FOOD ITEMS, ETC. IN YOUR BACKPACK
  5. LISTEN AND WATCH FOR YOUR LINE TO MOVE WHEN THE BUS  ARRIVES

All students must be seated or stand in a line when waiting on buses or cars ensuring the safety of all children. Noise should be kept to a minimum.  No items such as food, books, and pencils should be removed from the backpack while waiting on cars or buses.  Students should be ready to move quickly when called for rides.