Conduct

Expected Classroom Behavior:

 

While your child is at school, they will have expectations to do their best to achieve success in their academic learning and be safe in their school environment. It is expected of each child to make right and safe choices, whether in the classroom, in the cafeteria, on the playground, while at “Specials,” or on the bus. I have five basic rules. They are: 

1.   Worry about yourself. 

2.   Follow directions when given. 

3.   Be prepared for school with homework, books, and supplies, and a positive attitud

4.   Keeps hands, feet, or objects to
yourself. 

5.   Accept responsibility for your
actions. 

If rules are not followed, I have a color-coded card system, which helps each child monitor his/her own behavior. Each child has a colored cards and will begin each day with a green card. This means they are doing great. The idea is to stay on this color the entire day. If bad choices are made, they will move their cards as follows: 

1.   Green: Doing Great

2.   Yellow- 2ndWarning

3.   Orange- 3rdWarning and
Loss of recess time

4.   Red- minus 1pt in
Citizenship/Principals office.

If student has already visited principal’s office they will lose a point every time they have to be redirected that day.

***Dazzling Diamondback- A student must have an average of 95 or higher to receive the Dazzling Diamondback Award at the end of the school year.