A Goal Board and number system will be maintained by the staff in the psychoeducational classrooms to visually monitor how the student and the group have been meeting behavioral expectations and target goals. This is to help you follow your progress throughout each day.
Goal boards will display team and individual goals. Progress toward goals will be recognized on the board after every class during the day. For each class period, students are able to earn up to 4 points. Students will earn one point each for the following criteria: Demonstrating safe behavior, completing at least 80% of assigned work, being respectful to peers and staff and making adequate progress toward your personal goal. Students who did not earn the points for completing classwork may earn that point later in the day if they are able to make up the work missed. Students who did not earn the point for being respectful to peers and staff may earn that point later in the day if they make meaningful repairs to the peer/staff that they were disrespectful toward. Students are encouraged to strive for “fours”. But remember that everyone makes mistakes; remember that these are learning experiences. It is important to learn from the experience and then move on if you don’t earn a four. It is only a small part of your day!