• Classroom Expectations


    Students should come to school every day prepared to learn.  It is my expectation that students treat each other with respect and are active participants in their learning.


    Class Rules

    1. Be respectful of others.
    2. Come to class prepared and on time.
    3. Raise your hand to speak.
    4. Listen quietly while others are speaking.
    5. Follow directions the first time they are given.


    I will have a poster board for each class that will be divided into 25 spaces. Anytime a student is caught displaying exemplary behavior they will put their name on a post-it and put it on one of the numbered spaces on the poster board. In addition, they will receive a Husky Dollar. At the end of the week, I will draw 5 names and the students with their name in those squares will get to choose a prize.



    The classroom runs on a color system.  When a child makes a poor choice he/she must change their color.  Below is a list to indicate what each color means.

    Blue - Making great choices!

    Green - Everything is good!

    Yellow - Warning

    Orange - Student must complete a “Think Sheet” to reflect on the poor choice made and better options in the future.  The sheet must be signed by a parent.

    Red - The parent will be contacted either through Class Dojo, email, or a phone call home.  The child will also receive a behavior tracking form which must be signed by a parent.  Three behavior tracking forms will result in a referral.

    If a serious problem occurs, he/she will be sent to the dean.