Phase Level System
The Phase Level System is a tool, which uses a series of steps called "Phases" through which students’ progress as they learn to manage their behavior. The Phase Level system is comprised of four (4), 45-day cycles per school year. Student progress is evaluated during each cycle.
Three components are taken into consideration for movement from phase to phase during a given cycle: daily points earned attendance, and behavior referrals. There are five phases in the system. The phases are freshman level, sophomore level, junior level, and senior level. When students meet the daily point requirement for their current level, it is a Star Day.
The Daily Progress Record: The Daily Progress Record is the measurement scale we use to determine behavior progress. There is a different color progress record for each level (freshman, sophomore, and senior level). Students earn points for appropriate behavior for every class and transition.
Target Behaviors: Target behaviors are those behaviors identified from the FBA as problematic to the student's progress in school. After identifying target behaviors, replacement behaviors are developed.
Replacement Behaviors: Replacement behaviors are positive behaviors identifies through the FBA that increase the chances of your child's successful performance in school. The behaviors are listed on your child's progress record. Your child earns points for using replacement behaviors.
School/Home Communication: Your child should bring a copy of his her progress record home every day for your review. This insures daily communication between home and school. The expectation is that you will sign the progress record after you have reviewed it with your child. Your child should return the progress record to his teacher the next school day. He/she earns points for this.