School-Wide Reinforcement System


 

A.R.M.O.R. Posters

Posters listing the rules were placed around the school including each classroom.  The SWPBS mission statement placed in front of the school for all students, staff, and visitors to see.
 
 
 
 
 

ARMOR Punch Card

Every student will be given an A.R.M.O.R. punch card and these passes will be used to catch students “Wearing their A.R.M.O.R.”.  Students keep the cards until all the letters are punched. Once the card is all punched, they will turn the card in at the office for a monthly raffle. Once the student has one all letters punch and turned the card in, they will be given another card. If they loose their card, they will be given a new card to start over. When giving a student a punch, a verbal recognition will accompany each punch. When students ask for a punch for doing something positive, teachers are encouraged not to give them a punch.

K.O.R.T.

The Knights of the Round Table 

K.O.R.T. is Eastern York Middle School’s “Student of the Month” program.  This is a way for the teachers to recognize and honor those students that are:
 
  • Working to the best of his/her ability.
  • Most improved for the month.
  • Most cooperative for the month.
After the teams nominate the students, they are “Knighted” in a ceremony where they also receive a certificate, gift and congratulatory letter.  All candidates are invited to a K.O.R.T. picnic in May.

A.R.M.O.R. Spirit Days

Spirit Days will take place the first Friday each month. The students, faculty, and staff will wear blue and gold to show their school spirit.
 
 

R.I.S.E.: Recognizing Interested Students At Eastern

The R.I.S.E. Program is designed to reward those middle school students who display a positive attitude toward school and learning. This is evidenced by consistent academic effort, good attendance, and appropriate behavior.
 
Students who qualify for the R.I.S.E. Program will be rewarded with a school trip to Hershey Park at the end of the school year.  Each student attending will be asked to pay a portion of the price for admission. School organizations will supplement the remainder of the cost.  Students will need money to purchase food, drinks, and souvenirs.
 
To qualify for the R.I.S.E. program students will have to earn points in the areas of academics, attendance, and appropriate behavior. Each student may earn a maximum of five (5) points per marking period during each of the four (4) marking periods.  To qualify, a student will need to earn sixteen (16) out of the twenty (20) possible points.  More information on how the students earn and lose points and other details of the R.I.S.E. Program will be given to the students at the beginning of the school year.

 

 

 

 


RISE Point Structure

Students have the opportunity to earn 5 points per Marking Period. Students MUST earn 16 out of 20 possible points by mid-May to qualify for the reward.
 
Academics: 2 possible points per marking period
Students will receive two (2) points at the end of a marking period, providing their grades are all C’s or better.
For Each Earned D….Loss of one (1) point for each D (Max loss of two (2) points)
For any F…Loss of two (2) points
NOTE: Learning Support Students may receive ONE “D” without loss of point.
Two (2) earned D’s…Loss of one (1) point
Three (3) or more D’s…Loss of two (2) points
ANY F…Loss of two (2) points
 
Behavior: 2 possible points per marking period
Students will receive two (2) points at the end of a marking period, providing they demonstrate positive behavior. Points will be deducted for the following disciplinary actions:
For every TWO (2) Team Detentions…
Loss of One (1) point
For every ONE (1) School (Office)…
Loss of One (1) point Assigned Detention
Any Suspension (ISS or OSS)…Loss of Two (2) points
Any Saturday School…Loss of Two (2) points
 
Attendance: 1 possible point per marking period
Students will receive one (1) point at the end of the marking period providing there are NO illegal absences, tardies, or dismissals. This is NOT ONLY for full day absences. Unexcused tardies and early dismissals are also included.
For every ONE (1) unexcused absence…
Loss of One (1) point