WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE IN OUR ROOM
Think before you talk.
*Make sure no one else is already talking, and that what you are saying is appropriate.
Raise hand and wait.
*Wait to be called on before you talk/share.
Use kind, quiet words.
*No shouting or yelling. Make sure you say nice things to others.
Respect authority, self and others.
*Respect and listen to teachers, assistants, and other adults, as well as yourself and your classmates!
Respect school and personal property.
*No hurting or causing damage to school, items in classroom, or those belonging to other students/teacher.
Look, listen, and follow directions.
*Do not talk over teacher/assistant, follow directions given.
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
*Do not do anything to hurt another student/teacher.
Be the best you can be!
*ALWAYS DO YOUR BEST WORK!
Make good choices.
*Make choices that will be the best for you – do the right thing.
Use time wisely.
*Make sure you are working when you are supposed to.
Come prepared and complete all work on time.
*Bring back daily folder, book bags, and read!
I will be tracking students’ behavior based on our class expectations. I will be keeping a list of students on my clipboard throughout the day. If a student misbehaves they will get a warning. After a warning, I will mark down a number, which corresponds to the expectation they are not following. At the end of the day, if they have had a good day, and followed all of our expectations, they will get a smiley face on their daily communication log. If not, I will write in a number. This number matches up to the chart above, so you will know exactly why your child received a mark. For example, if a student has a “2”, then he/she was talking out of turn, or was interrupting others. If there is more than 1 number written, then it means they did not follow several expectations.