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.
- Be respectful of others.
- Come to class prepared and on time.
- Raise your hand to speak.
- Listen quietly while others are speaking.
- 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.