EMS Behavior Flowchart
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EMS Behavior Flowchart

EMS

Restorative Behavior Response Flowchart


Mission: To teach, restore, and return students to the restrictive learning environement in a timely and dignified manner, while maiontaining a safe and positive classroom culture.

If teacher doesn't need student behavior support:


- Redirect stuydent behavior and review expectation

- Teacher communicates homes.

-Teacher positively reinformces corrected behavior.

-Teacher immplements andy classroom-based interventions.

-Teacher continues to invest time in community building

activities.


If teacher doesn't need student behavior support:


- Redirect stuydent behavior and review expectation

- Teacher communicates homes.

-Teacher positively reinformces corrected behavior.

-Teacher immplements andy classroom-based interventions.

-Teacher continues to invest time in community building activities.


If a studnet displays Social, Emotional, or Academic concerns:


-SIS refers student to Dean/Psychologist for support

-Student returns to class when ready

-Dean decises if and who will communicate.

-Dean will follow-up with teacher.

If teacher doesn't need student behavior support:


- Redirect stuydent behavior and review expectation

- Teacher communicates homes.

-Teacher positively reinformces corrected behavior.

-Teacher immplements andy classroom-based interventions.

-Teacher continues to invest time in community building activities.


If out-of-class behavior intervention is needed:

-SIS assigns consequences and/or partners/refers student to administrator

-Student returns to class when ready

-Deans engages student, teacher & community in any necessary restorative repair.

-SIS or administrator communicates with family & completes behavior referral in synergy.

Teacher observes concerning behavior.

Decision: Can I mange this behavior independently, or do I need support? use professional judgement based on mission.

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publish time: 2021-08-25
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