Student Behavior

Effective Student Behavior Handbook

In District 97, we utilize effective student behavior programs and strive to prevent problems by giving our students constructive direction and positive reinforcement.

Staff members carry out activities that support or reinforce positive student behavior on a daily basis. These activities indicate that genuine care and concern for the individual are important. They include, but are not limited to, giving awards for good citizenship, sending home congratulatory notes, making phone calls to parents/ guardians, conducting home visits, utilizing small group or class discussions to resolve problems, performing classroom visits, and creating and implementing intervention plans.

All efforts are made to work positively with our students. We believe that through positive measures, students will develop a feeling of self-worth that will promote appropriate behaviors.


Behavior Interventions

The D97 MTSS committee cataloged all currently available district-wide behavior interventions for grades K-8. The triangles below represent universally available tools and intervention structures for teachers and staff to utilize with students in Tiers 1, 2, and 3.

Elementary School Behavior Intervention Plans

Middle School Behavior Intervention Plans