- Right on Track is a research-based intervention for at-risk students to provide opportunities for additional feedback and positive interactions.
- Students in Right on Track have been recommended by the Tier 2 Behavior Team--a committee of teachers that identifies interventions for students.
- Some common behaviors that would elicit this intervention are having difficulty completing work and having office discipline referrals. Often, this program is used to help re-connect a student to their school community and build confidence.
- The students check-in every morning with the classroom teacher and receive a point sheet based on the school-wide expectations.
- The point sheet is filled out throughout the day.
- The students check-out with their “coach” at the end of the day, monitoring progress through goal-setting.
- Weekly reports are sent home so parents can monitor progress and reward great behavior!!
Roles and Responsibilities
- Check-in and check-out daily with classroom teacher/coach
- Get point sheet filled out daily
- GIVE IT YOUR BEST!!!!
Parents of Participants
- Review Progress Report with child weekly.
- Provide positive and constructive feedback.
- Communicate with the school when there are concerns or celebrations regarding the student’s behavior.
- Complete point sheet daily with students.
- Offer constructive and positive feedback to student
Right on Track Coach
- Facilitate the check-out process.
- Provide participants with positive, constructive feedback and small tangible rewards.
- Instruct involved staff members on the use of the form.
- Collect, summarize, and report data each week.