BROADVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL
This middle school used Classcraft to shed an inefficient paper PBIS process to successfully modernize their initiatives, engage their students, all while lessening teacher work. Their program had so much success, they even implemented it district-wide.
Broadview Middle School’s 6th grade Behavioral Coach, JD Swajkoski, was using an analog PBIS system with physical cards and stamps to incentivize his students. Unfortunately, this wasn’t helping to motivate a student body with the highest rates for office referrals and behavioral incidents in the Alamance Burlington School System.
After implementing Classcraft’s modern technology into their PBIS strategies, JD was able to get teacher buy-in with a comprehensive onboarding process, and was able to quickly create, access, and track student behavior data to highlight and celebrate students for their successes while lowering referrals by 33% and cutting down work time on behavior by 80%. This resulted in the entire district getting on board expanding Classcraft to all of its middle schools.
How did they do it? Read their story to find out.