• CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR  

    Students will be rated on their behavior at the end of each day.

    3:  Students met all classroom expectations

    2:  Students had trouble with a few of the expectations

    1:  Students did not follow classroom expectations several times

    SOAR Expectations

    To understand which expectations need to be worked on, there will be a letter to go along with the expectation as follows:

    A: Students are expected to raise their hand and wait to be called on when answer questions.  Students should not call out or talk about things that are not relevant to the topic of discussion.  (Self-Control)

    B: Students are expected to be in their seats during teaching time. They will ask for permission to leave their seat rather than just getting up. (Self-Control)

    C: Students are expected to be focused on the task they are given.  When in groups they should be discussing appropriate topics and completing the assigned task.  (On Task)

    D: Students are expected to put effort into everything they do.  They should work hard to achieve their personal best, not rushing just to get things done. (Aim High)

    E: Students are expected to take care of their things.  Things in the classroom or things that belong to others should also be taken care of. (Responsible)

    F: Students are expected to practice social distancing by staying 6 feet apart from others OR wearing their mask or face shield when closer than 6 feet. (Responsible)

    G:  Students are expected to wash or sanitize their hands throughout the day and keep their desk organized and clean.  (Responsible)

    H: Students are expected to say and do nice things for others.  We do not say or do things that are hurtful to others, such as name call, make fun of, talk back, exclude others, or refuse to work with others.

    Student conduct grades will be determined at the end of each nine weeks based on their daily behavior logs.