CES partners with schools to cultivate efficient school-wide positive discipline solutions and assistance. We equip schools with the tools and techniques to establish proficient discipline teams. Our team is experienced in tracking student data through office referrals, which enables us to offer practical guidance. Moreover, we assist schools in crafting and executing evidence-based action plans to achieve school-wide discipline. We also train staff members, teaching them how to promote positive student behavior and enforcing procedures to deter negative behavior.
Provide training to help schools establish effective school discipline teams.
Train staff to utilize effective student data tracking systems for office referrals.
Develop systems to collect, analyze, and prioritize discipline data.
Develop and implement a school-wide evidenced based action plan.
Train staff on teaching positive student behaviors and procedures for discouraging those behaviors.
School Data/Assessment Collection
Schools can rely on CES to gather and analyze data, identify needs, and establish successful interventions and procedures.
The Student Level
Observing individual students in the classroom at all grade levels is essential to provide teachers with feedback on how to handle problem behaviors exhibited by the students.
The Classroom Level
The staff readily offers comprehensive comments to teachers, helping them develop skills and strategies to manage their classrooms effectively.
Discover how to establish Effective Behavioral Support (EBS) systems in your school with the help of our School-Wide Behavioral Assessment.
CES provides a research-backed Bullying Prevention Training Module Presentation to lead the way in preventing bullying. Our skilled trainers empower school staff with the necessary skills to foster positive behavioral expectations and implement adequate procedures to monitor and evaluate these actions. We also offer professional development to ensure the latest and most effective bullying prevention strategies are utilized.
To help address this issue, CES offers a Bullying Prevention Training Module Presentation based on research that can be used to lead bullying prevention efforts in your local community. Additionally, school staff can be trained to develop positive classroom and school-wide behavioral expectations, and procedures can be implemented to monitor and evaluate these behaviors.
Finally, professional development can be provided to school staff on effective bullying prevention strategies and activities- that can assist you in leading bullying prevention efforts in your local community. Training school staff to develop a clear set of positive classroom and school-wide behavioral expectations is essential.
Additionally, it is vital to assist schools in developing procedures for collecting, monitoring, and evaluating expected classroom and school-wide behaviors. Finally, providing professional development to school staff on bullying prevention strategies and activities is crucial.
Student Support Teams (SSTs)
CES works with schools to develop highly effective Student Support Teams. CES understands the importance of this process not just for individual students but for its impact on teachers, administrators, and the overall school climate. CES offers the following support:
Training for staff on SSTs and how they should operate, including helping create forms and a streamlined referral process.
A checklist for highly functioning SSTs for schools to use as a guideline as they develop their teams
Observation and coaching during meetings to support SST members in their roles.
Coaching school staff to determine their role, what relevant documentation they should provide for meetings, and support them in implementing interventions.
Professional development for teachers and staff on appropriate social and emotional activities to increase the number of proper SST referrals.
Training and support on Behavior Intervention Plans and Functional Behavior Assessments, as well as proper data collection and how to use data to drive intervention.
Social Emotional Learning
CES facilitates the development of various programs to aid schools in improving students’ social and emotional skills related to their behavior.
CES offers the following services:
- Evaluation of student needs/risks on a school-wide level
- Second Step
- Skill Streaming
- Work-Life Balance
- Addressing specific risks and student groups.
- Awareness of Self & Others
SWIS (School Wide Information System) facilitation
We understand that student behavior can be challenging, but we’re here to help you every step of the way. Your office discipline referral information adds valuable data that allows us all to understand better what’s happening school-wide.
SWIS transforms this data in real-time, so your teams can provide the support that students need faster, sooner, and in a more targeted way. Our standardized, research-backed menu selections keep your data accurate and organized. SWIS narrows down the information you need for decision-making: Who, What, When, Where, and Why.
We know every school has unique needs, so we offer searchable custom fields to identify data specific to your school. CES will guide you on how to collect information about discipline events, providing ongoing support effectively. The behavior data can be instantly accessed in tables, reports, and graphs, allowing teams to quickly monitor and analyze behavior trends at the school-wide, small group, and individual levels. All information entered into SWIS is confidential and secure.
SWIS is your comprehensive online home for understanding the student behaviors in your building daily. When you enter office discipline referral information, you document what’s happening school-wide. SWIS transforms these data in real-time so your teams can get students the support they need faster, sooner, and more targeted to their needs.
CES will guide ongoing support on how to allow users to collect information about discipline events effectively. The behavior data can be instantly accessed in tables, reports, and graphs allowing teams to easily monitor and analyze behavior trends at the school-wide, small group, and individual levels. Information entered into SWIS is confidential and secure.
Differentiated Strategies Instruction
As educators, we understand that students have different learning styles and may respond differently to specific teaching methods, such as lectures, games, or videos. This is where differentiated instruction comes in, allowing all students to keep up with the learning objectives.
CES provides guidance and support to teachers in implementing strategies that cater to the specific needs of students with disabilities, English Language Learners, and general education students. Our approach is teacher-centric and easy to implement.
What will PBIS do for my school?
At CES, we offer guidance on implementing PBIS school-wide. While some may believe that PBIS is solely focused on discipline, the reality is that it aims to reduce the need for disciplinary action altogether. PBIS programs provide alternatives to punishment and promote positive behavior, encouraging students to meet expectations for conduct.
If a student needs to meet these expectations, PBIS offers a clear pathway for addressing and correcting problem behavior. By doing so, PBIS enables teachers and administrators to create a positive school climate and avoid the need for disciplinary action. Ultimately, PBIS is a tool that fosters a healthy learning community by preventing disciplinary issues and defining clear behavioral expectations.
CES guides schools on how to implement PBIS school-wide. Some people think PBIS is all about discipline, but the truth is that PBIS programs are intended to reduce the need for discipline. It is meant to provide discipline alternatives that promote positive behavior. PBIS designed to encourage a range of positive behaviors by defining expectations for conduct. If a student fails to meet these standards of behavior, the PBIS framework offers a pathway to address and correct the problem behavior. These pathways make it easier for teachers and admins to avoid the need for disciplinary action and nurture a positive school climate.