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Hello to all students, staff, family, and community partners:
We have had a wonderful beginning at Charlton Street School! Our Open House was widely attended by so many of our families. Both our students and teachers worked very hard at making this event special and meaningful to all! Mission Accomplished! Many parents expressed their happiness and gratitude with the teachers and overall new and exciting spirit of Charlton Street School. This past Friday, we had our first Family Lunch. Students and parents/guardians all enjoyed a wonderful lunch together that created a wonderful sense of community and family engagement. We will be continuing these lunches throughout the year.
As the new Assistant Principal I feel honored to be working here. The professionalism and work ethic of our teachers and staff is outstanding!
My goal is to support the students, staff, and families in any way I can. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Peacebuilders and PBIS
At Charlton Street School we have our PeaceBuilder Program. PeaceBuilders is a committed team of educators, site staff, and children who use principles to create a climate change designed to reduce aggression. The PeaceBuilders Program has the practical effect of decreasing negatives and creating peaceful environments conducive to learning. PeaceBuilders improves relationships by teaching and encouraging peaceful ways of solving conflicts. I have attached our Pledge that we recite every morning after the Pledge of Allegiance.
PeaceBuildersPledgeI am a PeaceBuilder, I Pledge.......
Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports
Charlton Street School is concurrently using the District-wide PBIS program. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) when applied at the School-wide level is frequently called: SWPBS or Sw-PBIS. SWPBS refers to a systems change process for an entire school or district. The underlying theme is teaching behavioral expectations in the same manner as any core curriculum subject. The school will focus on three to five behavioral expectations that are positively stated and easy to remember. In other words, rather than telling students what not to do, the school focuses on the preferred behaviors. Our school has chosen three expectations:
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