CHAMPS

  • Conversation, Help, Activity, Movement, Participation, Success

    CHAMPS is an acronym for a classroom management approach that is positive and procedural.

    • An evidence-based approach to classroom management geared for students in grades Pre-K-8
    • Positive Behavior Interventions Supports (PBIS) at the classroom level
    • NOT a canned program - teachers can make it fit their personal management style
    • Discipline in the secondary classroom is specifically written for the secondary level

    Conversation - Can students talk during the activity?

    Help - How should students ask for help?

    Activity - What is the activity?

    Movement - Are students allowed to get up and move around the classroom during the activity?

    Success

    For more information on CHAMPS, contact Stacey Miller.

Phone: 906-632-3373 ext. 5147

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Elementary Education/Special Education Emotional Impairment MA in Educational Leadership/Administration Northern Michigan University

Ms. Stacey Miller

Behavior Specialist/CPMDC

Stacey provides support to local districts in the areas of behavior by providing professional learning, consultation, behavior team meetings, as well as a member of the Regional Implementation Team for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS).  Stacey is a member of the Suicide Prevention Committee.

Before coming to the EUPISD, Stacey taught special education at Sault Area Public Schools for six and a half  years.

Contact for:
School discipline
Restorative Justice/Alternatives to Suspension
Youth Mental Health Committee
CHAMPS
Nonviolent Crisis Prevention(CPI)
Emergency Student Assistant Team/Risk Assessment
Functional Behavior Assessment