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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT POLICY BULLETIN (Attachment G)

Coordinated Behavior Plan for Any Student Whose Behavior has Impeded Learning
Training will be available to assist appropriate staff in the creation of a structured, coordinated behavior plan specific to the student, and based on the analysis of data and the assessment of the purpose of the target behavior to be reduced. This must focus on increasing desirable behavior and replacing inappropriate behavior.
Alternative Programming
Changes in the student's schedule, classes or course content; assignment to an alternative school or program; independent study or work experience program should be tailored to the student's needs.
Behavior Monitoring
Strategies to monitor behavior and academic progress might include progress report cards checked after each class regarding behavior, self charting of behaviors, strategies to provide feedback to the student, etc.
Appropriate In-School Alternatives
In-school alternatives in which academic tutoring and instruction related to the student's behavior, such as work in social-emotional skills, and a clearly defined procedure to return to class as soon as the student is ready is provided.
Community Service
Required amount of time in community service in school system or in the community.
Counseling
Students are referred for participation in group or individual counseling.
Parent Supervision in School
Following existing school-site visitation policy parent
comes to school and provides additional support and
supervision for a period or throughout the day.
Mini-Courses
Short courses or modules on topics related to socialemotional behavior, used as a disciplinary consequence, after-school or Saturday.
Restitution
Financial or "in kind." Permits the student to restore or improve the school environment.
Problem-Solving/Contracting
Use negotiation/problem-solving approaches to assist student to identify alternatives. Develop a contract which includes reinforcers for success, and consequences for continuing problems.
Source: Reece Peterson, University of Nebraska – Lincoln & Russell Skiba, Indiana University, modified by Nancy Franklin  BUL-3638.0    Student Health and Human Services    March 27, 2007