Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Customer Highlight: Using Student Behavior Management to Achieve with Kings Local School District

Posted by Rachael Ballard Filed under: Bullying, Compliance, Programs

In 2011, Kings Local School’s Kings Junior High School (KJHS) applied for the Ohio Department of Education’s Ohio School to Watch (OSTW) program. The OSTW program recognizes exemplary middle schools that achieve academically, are socially equitable and developmentally responsive and have an organizational structure in place to support these goals. The program also required that students know and meet behavioral expectations of the staff, parents, district and community.

Using PublicSchoolWORKS’ Student Behavior Management System, Kings Local was able to develop a student behavior program that was easy to implement and enforce.

Automating the recordkeeping and reporting of student behavior incidents, the Student Behavior Management System streamlines communication between teachers and administrators. It also ensures that schools are in compliance with reporting mandates.

KJHS was named an Ohio School to Watch for the 2011-2012 school year and was one of only three schools in the state to receive this prestigious designation. PublicSchoolWORKS was deemed to have been a key piece in achieving this recognition as the Student Behavior Management System helped addressed key metrics.

To learn more about how your district can use the StudentWatch Suite to streamline student behavior management, email

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