All students will receive in-classroom instruction and re-teaching (as needed), of behavioral expectations. Students meeting the behavioral expectations will be rewarded through verbal praise and prize drawings. For students who struggle to meet the expectations, teachers will employ a variety of strategies to help them succeed. Examples could include: verbal or non-verbal cues, seat change, having a one-on-one conference, making eye contact, proximity control, parent contact for assistance, and involving other supportive adults (case managers, coaches, etc. . .).
Some students will require additional support. Those students will meet one-on-one with a teacher (outside of the regular classroom), who is trained to help them reflect on their behavior, and make choices to help them meet the expectations. Parents will be notified of any interventions happening at this level and be involved in supporting students.
Administrative level support - Individual students
A few students will require individual support to be successful here at CHS. These students will meet with an administrator to determine the best way to support their behavioral needs. A plan will be made on a case-by-case basis to give students the tools they need to be successful. Often students will spend time reflecting on their behavior choices and learning to make more appropriate choices, while in the in-school support room. Parents will be contacted to provide support and strategies at this level of intervention