What is Smyrna Pride?
The Positive Behavior support Program is a national program overseen in Delaware by a collaboration of the Delaware Department of Education and the University of Delaware Center for Disabilities Studies. In the Smyrna School District, the Smyrna Pride program emphasizes a school-wide system of support that includes proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behavior to create positive school environments.
How does it work?
Students are taught a series of lessons on behavior.
Lessons are reinforced throughout the year and taught more than once.
Positive behavior is reinforced using a reward system.
As students earn rewards, negative behaviors decrease changing the school atmosphere.
Bathroom Behavior:1. Be considerate of others' property.2. Use kind words and calm voices.3. Tend to business quickly and quietly.4. Be clean.5.Respect Privacy.6. Return to class quickly and quietly.7. Use Bathroon properly.8. Report Problems.9. Wait your turn quietly.Classroom Behavior:1. Use kind, friendly, words and a calm voice.2. Help others.3. Follow all requests.4. Listen to others.5. Be prepared.6. Keep the classroom clean.7. Be Honest.8. Do your own work.9.Complete all work.10.Always try tour best!Cafeteria Behavior:1. Say "Please" and "Thank you"2. Be patient and polite.3. Follow rules.4. Speak quietly.5. Know you lunch number or have money ready.6. Manage time wisely.7. Use your own money.8. Touch only your food.9. Wait patiently in line.10. Enter and exit in an appropriate manner.
Smyrna Pride Pledge
Sunnyside Elementary School PledgeI pledge to be a SHINING example of positive behavior.I will show respect for myself and others.I will take responsibility for my words and actions.I will show compassion by caring about others.I will let my integrity shine through honest words and actions.I will persevere and never give up.This is my pledge to my teachers, my parents, my peers, and my self.If it is to be, it is up to me!