High School Defines Decision Rules for Tier 2 Check-in Check-out System

posted Feb 3, 2011, 8:52 AM by Cheryle Kennelly   [ updated Jun 20, 2012, 9:32 AM by Unknown user ]
Alton High School, in Alton CUSD 11, has an active PBIS secondary systems team working to create and refine Tier 2 interventions.  The team has developed a Check-in Check-out (CICO) system and defined their decision rules for entering, progress monitoring, and exiting students on CICO. When monitoring students’ response to the CICO intervention, attendance, discipline, and academic data are reviewed.  In November of 2010, Alton HS had 30 students on CICO.  Twenty-three of these students had decreased their number of tardies, 21 had decreased their ODRs, and 16 had decreased both tardies and ODRs.  Ten of the 30 students on CICO were meeting 80% of their daily progress points the majority of the time.  Although it is early to report, the results are encouraging and the PBIS team will continue to monitor the success of the intervention, making refinements as needed.

Alton High School Students Responding to CICO Intervention