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This blog aims to help school leaders capture students' attention and interest, and keep everyone safe and hopeful, through continual work on a school-wide discipline system.

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Latest Blog Posts for Building Your School-wide Discipline System

  • First Book Launch: My Self-Publishing Journey
    on Sep 13, 2014
    This morning, before leaving for work, I discovered that my book formatter had finished the final edits, and my completed file was nestled, like a gift, in my gmail inbox. I had already completed all the sections of the Kindle Direct Publishing...
  • The Teachers Are Back!
    on Sep 9, 2014
    In early August, my non-educator acquaintances always ask me, “So when does school start?” What they really mean is, "When do the students start school?" But my mind is on other people. I'm likely to respond, “We’ve already started! The teach...
  • What's in a Name Change?
    on Jul 10, 2014
    So I changed the name of this blog from Building Your School-Wide Discipline System to, simply, my name. I started this blog in January of 2014 to share the extraordinary work of our incredible teaching staff and to practice writing about school...
  • Why Do I Create More Work for Myself and My Teachers?
    on Jun 16, 2014
    My assistant principal shared our system of interventions for students who don’t do their school work with a colleague from another building. “We’re not doing all that. They’re just out of here,” he responded.  A really strong teacher,...
  • Using a Behavior Model for Chronic Students
    on May 16, 2014
    As a first-year assistant principal in charge of discipline, I spent literally every moment of work responding to disruptive incidents or threats of violence. Many days I could not even break to eat lunch because there were so many behavior-related f...
  • Who Are Chronic Kids, and How Do They Impact a School?
    on May 4, 2014
    The embedding of effective large-group supervision protocols and the implementation of common rules  and four-step consequences  in each classroom can regulate the student behavior in a school very well. This basic level of school...
  • Studying Together
    on Apr 30, 2014
    If a school leader wants teachers and support staff to adopt a new initiative or to embed a proven practice in any meaningful way, the best way to start is to study together. When we try to take short cuts to improving instruction or school-wide poli...
  • 5 Reasons School Teams Should Study Together
    on Apr 30, 2014
    If a school leader wants teachers and support staff to adopt a new initiative or to embed a proven practice in any meaningful way, the best way to start is to study together. When we try to take short cuts to improving instruction or school-wide poli...
  • When School Feels Like Family
    on Apr 18, 2014
    Today was one of those memorable, affirming days at school. Students who are passing all classes with C's or higher assembled in our multi-purpose room (the gym) for our third- quarter recognition rally. The event began with the ubiquitous ackno...
  • Our Customized Office Referral
    on Apr 6, 2014
    The office referral is an important communication tool between teachers and administrators. The administrators and teachers in our building have examined and revised nearly every facet of our discipline system over the eight years I have been princip...
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