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Apr 19

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Apr 27

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May 2

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Board of Education Meeting

May 6

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Early Dismissal

May 15

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Board of Education Meeting

May 20

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Memorial Day - No School

May 27

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End of Nine Weeks

May 28

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Last Day of Classes - Early Dismissal

May 28

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Report Card Day

May 28

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Board of Education Meeting

Jun 3

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Board of Education Meeting

Jun 17

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RTO Reduction Plan

Goal 1

Reduce the number of RTO incidents by 10%.

Goal 2

Reduce the number of students experiencing RTO by 10%.

The plan shall include at least one goal selected by the district from the list of optional goals based on district data. Select at least one of the following:
e plan shall include at least one goal selected by the district from the list of optional goals based on district data. Select at least one of the following:

[X] Reduce the number of K-2 students experiencing RTO by 25%.
Reduce the number of students of color experiencing RTO by 25%.
Reduce the number of students experiencing five-plus instances of RTO in a 30-day period by 25%.
Reduce the number of male students experiencing RTO by 25%.
Reduce the number of incidents of RTO for students with autism by 25%.
Reduce the number of students with an emotional disability experiencing RTO by 25%.
Reduce the number of students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) experiencing RTO by 25%.

Required ComponentsSteps to Complete Action ItemAction Item TimelineResponsible Party
Provide details of a plan to support a vision for cultural change that reinforces the following:

A) Explain how the entity plans to adopt and utilize positive behavioral interventions and support rather than physical
restraint, time out, and isolated time out;
October, January, and March Institute Days;
Monthly Learning Labs;
Quarterly MTSS Behavior team meetings
Three Institute Days will be dedicated to the remaining Responsive Classroom training. Monthly Learning Labs at each building where coaches and PPS staff observe, collect data, and provide feedback on implementation. October, January, and March Institute Days;
Monthly Learning Labs;
Quarterly MTSS Behavior team meetings
Director of Learning and Director of Student Services
B) Identify effective ways/best practices to deescalate situations to avoid physical restraint, time out, and isolated time out;All buildings will incorporate the SEL curriculum fully by the end of the 23-24 school year.Restorative practices are incorporated in both RULER and Responsive Classroom approaches.On-goingDirector of Learning, Director of Student Services, and PPS Staff
C) Describe how the entity will utilize crisis intervention techniques as an alternative to physical restraint, time out, and isolated time out; andEach building identifies team members. Teams complete training through SASED cooperative.CPI training which includes trauma informed and restorative practices.YearlyBuilding Administrators and Director of Student Services
D) Describe the entity’s plan to utilize debriefing meetings to reassess what occurred and why it occurred and to think through ways to prevent use of intervention the next time.Teams complete process and paperwork and meet following each incident. Parents will be included in meetings to discuss next steps.Teams meet following incidents to debrief, review plans, and inform next steps to avoid further incidents. Parent meetings offered.On-goingPPS Staff, Coordinator of Student Services, Director of Student Services
E) Include action step(s) that describe procedures to ensure that appropriate school personnel are fully informed of the student’s history, including any history of physical or sexual abuse, and other relevant medical/mental health information. Such disclosures of student information must be consistent with federal and state laws and rules governing student confidentiality and privacy rights.If/when creating individual student plans, team will ensure appropriate school personnel are fully informed of the student's history, including any history of physical or sexual abuse and other relevant medical and mental health information. Share relevant information with appropriate personnel at the beginning of school year, to the extent such impacts behavior management, de-escalation, crisis response, etc. Information should be relevant to the setting and the type of interactions that the staff will have with the student.On-goingDirector of Student Services, Coordinator of Student Services, and PPS Staff
F) Identify steps to develop individualized student plans as required by PA 102-0339. Plans should be separate and apart from a student IEP or 504 Plan.Utilize district forms and parent notification process to create a plan to decrease further incidents.Following debriefing or the requested parent meeting, teams will develop a plan to reduce further incidents.On-goingBuilding administrators and PPS staff
G) Describe how the information will be made available to parents for review.Process and paperwork found on internal site; Plan posted on websitePhone calls, documentation forms, and meetings as neededOn-goingDirector and Coordinator of Student Services; Teams
H) Describe a modification process (as necessary) to satisfy aforementioned goals.Review RTO data and planParent Teacher Advisory Committee MeetingsQuarterlyPTAC, Director of Student Services