Monday, April 4, 2011

Management Monday - Principal's 200 Club

After I posted THIS, lots of people wanted to know more about the Principal's 200 Club. 


I personally don't know every detail, but I found this link that has all of the important information. 


Principal's 200 Club:
(Click picture for link)

This explanation of the Principal's 200 Club says that there are 4 things you'll need to implement this program.
If you decide to implement this program in your school, you might want to use an award or certificate to give to students. I believe you can order official looking copies from somewhere, but you could also use this template.



Does your school do a school-wide behavior plan? 
If so, what is it?

9 comments:

Janae said...

Our school uses "B.U.G." awards for Being Unusually Good. Kids can get them for any reason. The teacher fills our why they chose to give it to the child. Then the child takes it to the office and gets praise there. The award goes on a bulletin board in the hall. Every day during the morning announcements the principal chooses a few off the board and gives them a coin to the school store. The kids LOVE it! :)

JenniferL said...

We started PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support) and it has not gone well. In my opinion we have an overkill of rewards and very few consequences.

Rachelle said...

We use Principals 200 club, but we don't call it that! It's Hawk 200 club! It's a GREAT program! The incentives are the Hawk 200 club tickets. When a student gets one, they draw a # and their name gets written on a giant grid on that number, and they get a small prize. The office calls home to tell them why they got the ticket {that's one of the best parts}. When there is a "bingo" {ten across}, the winners get a huge prize....like ice cream at lunch or make a craft with the principal.

The consequence in our behavior plan is think time. It's like a time out but in a different grade {strange classroom without peers}. It works GREAT! My students are terrified of it! I've only sent one student all year.

-Rachelle

Janine said...

Our school uses "Caught Being Good" tickets. Every staff member from custodian to principal has the tickets and hands them out to students who are caught using positive behaviors. We have a large crocodile who holds our ticket box and the students place their tickets in the box. Every Friday 5 names are pulled and they win some really great prizes. It has been working so far......

AllieKat said...

We have "Pizza with the Principal".

We have slips of paper that tell which of the 6 traits of Good Character the student exhibited (one or more is circled by the person nominating) and any adult can give one to a kiddo.

They take their slips (just colored paper cut into 1/4s-our school typed up the little note) to the office and put them in a big basket. At the end of the month about 20 kids are randomly chosen to each lunch on the stage in the Multipurpose Room the following Monday. Names are read on the announcements and sent home in the school newsletter. The pizza is donated by a parent who works at our local Papa John's.

The kids are hugely motivated by it and it has survived our new principal, too!

~A said...

Okay, I'm just gonna say it. The "principal" in that picture is a total hunk. You were all thinking it, come on.

We are on a "Caught You Being Good" ticket program too. Most of the time, I think it's okay... but some teachers give out the tickets pretty indiscriminately, which I think undermines a lot of the idea...

Sass Class said...

We do a gold coin thing. What is happening is totally what I expected. The really NAUGHTY kids get lots of coins because someone really notices when they are nice. The always good kids don't get anything because that is the way they always are. The principal gave all my kids a coin because they were walking nicely in line. . .that is what I expect and I don't think that is coin worthy. I AM JUST OLD FASHIONED!!!

Ms.M said...

We use BIST, Behavior Intervention Support Team. Funny, I've been meaning to post about our Behavior system too.

Ms. M
www.mskell.blogspot.com

Sam and Lauren said...

We use a PBS (Positive Behavior System) district wide. Our school's PBS plan is called 3+1 for Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe, and Be Caring. The kids that are "caught" using 3+1 Behaviors are given a 3+1 Ticket. 10 tickets per child is a reward, 35 tickets per class is a reward. Our borderline kids have made a lot of improvement and I really love the common language throughout the school.

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