The Jacket Report Supporting Students Who Make Mistakes
When I walked into school as a young student, there was a list of school rules posted on the wall.
Later, when I was a teacher, this process had become more collaborative and, as a class, we would come up with rules for our class. Every teacher in every classroom had their own individual set of rules that were similar but did not share a common language.
At Perrysburg Schools, we have evolved from that practice to a shared vision of expectations for students and adults from preschool to grade 12. We call it the Jacket Way.
Students are learning the three R’s of the Jacket Way: Respectful, Responsible and Ready.
It reflects the Olweus bullying prevention program, the work of our school district’s diversity committee, called the CQ CommUNITY, and is based upon the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports model, which defines student and adult expectations to create a culture that is safe and welcoming and is best suited to help students be academically, emotionally and socially successful.
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