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Behavioral Expectations

We use a consistent behavioral framework at Rowe which adheres to the PBIS model (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports).  Expectations for students are guided by the following common language, known as our Rowe-d to Success Standards:

  • Ready to learn
  • Choose kindness
  • Collaborate to solve problems
  • Keep trying

Rowe staff utilizes this common language consistently with students in order to teach and reinforce desired school behaviors. When students fail to display desired behaviors, we utilize a restorative approach that includes logical consequences in order for students to learn from mistakes, repair damaged relationships and get back on track for learning.

We teach students to conduct themselves in ways that allow for both safety and comfort within the school environment. If students use language or exhibit behaviors that cause harm and inhibit the physical or emotional safety of others, we implement restorative practices that center teaching, learning and restoration with those impacted. Such actions may include, but are not limited to the following: swearing, sexually suggestive language,  physical aggression, verbal aggression, threats, derogatory language, discriminatory language, discussion of weapons, discussion of violence, play that suggests violence, possession of weapons or items suggestive of violence, including toys.