•  TSD Supporting Positive Behaviors during Return to Learn Matrix

    Thompson School District has developed positive behavior expectations for students to demonstrate during remote and online learning. These expectations outline that CPES students will be SAFE, RESPECTFUL, and RESPONSIBLE during Return to Learn 2020-2021 during real time(synchronous) learning and anytime (asynchronous) learning. 

     

    TSD Supporting Positive Behaviors during Return to Learn: English - English

    PROMOVIENDO COMPORTAMIENTOS POSITIVOS DURANTE EL PERÍODO DE RETURN TO LEARN (VOLVER A APRENDER) - Spanish

       

    Bully Prevention PBIS The Bullying Prevention- PBIS Program (BP-PBIS) is a whole-school bullying prevention program that is designed to be incorporated as part of a school’s comprehensive PBIS plan. The program seeks to teach students to differentiate between respectful and disrespectful behavior. By doing this, bullying behaviors are given less social attention while positive peer interaction is rewarded. The curriculum includes lessons that teach students how to respond to disrespectful behaviors (e.g., “Stop/Walk/Talk”). Subsequent lessons promote the use of these skills with other types of behaviors (e.g., gossip, inappropriate remarks, cyberbullying). The BP-PBIS program guide also addresses staff skill acquisition, such as learning to reward stop/walk/talk behavior and how to respond to student reports of bullying.

    No Place For Hate Logo No Place for Hate is designed to rally the entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community, committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. No Place For Hate provides a unique framework to incorporate new and existing programs with one consistent message. It helps schools foster a culture of respect and create a safe, bully-free learning environment for students at all grade levels. Cottonwood Plains is proud to be a No Place for Hate school!

    Peace Circles Logo All Cottonwood Plains Classroom teachers are practicing weekly PeaceKeeper Circles, which help  promote communication, understanding, and resolution to conflict in the classroom and beyond.

    photo of Brandon Harrington

    Bully Prevention Assemblies and student leadership workshops with special guest, Brandon Harrington, provide the entire school with a burst of creative energy and easy to remember principles to help empower students to end bullying!