Meet Our BRT
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Rachel Windom
What does a Behavior Resource Teacher do?
Works to improve school-wide behavior to maximize instructional time
- Supports teachers through behavior intervention and positive discipline strategies
- Provides tools for students to learn pro-social behaviors such as empathy, impulse control, and anger management
- Teaches students to be responsible for their own behavior
How can you help your child?
Practice consistent routines and establish clear rules at home which will carry over to school (i.e. waiting your turn, listening while others speak, making good choices even when no one else is watching, etc.)
- Teach age appropriate independence and responsibility
The behavior guidelines utilized by our school can be found in the Elementary Code of Student Conduct found on the Alachua County Public School website.
Positive Referrals - "I got caught doing something brag-worthy!"
To reward exemplary behavior, Hidden Oak has the "I Got Caught" program.
Students getting caught doing an act above and beyond expectations can be awarded a positive referral. This earns the student a certificate displayed on the "Everyday Heroes" bulletin board, a gift certificate, and a special sticker. The positive referral will also be announced on the Good Morning Hidden Oak show.
Grade-Level Weekly Recognition
Every week a student from each class, who has been a "WISE" owl is chosen to be a student of the week. You can find pictures of these students in classrooms and hallways! We love recognizing those students making great choices.
Kindergarten - Shining Stars
1st Grade - Apple of My Eye
2nd Grade - Greatest Gator
3rd Grade - Dinomite Dinosaur
4th Grade - Blue Ribbon Student
5th Grade - MONTHLY - Citizen of the Month - Featured in the Gainesville Sun
Owls LOVE Hoot Loot!
Students can earn IT!
Hidden Oak students love to earn Hoot Loot. When a student is seen doing the right thing, helping others without being asked, following the WISE expectations, they can earn LOOT! Opportunities to spend their loot on privileges, items offered by their teacher, items in our school store, as well as monthly PBIS school-wide incentives.