General Rules of Conduct-pg. 6 • Students shall act in a manner that maximizes the substantial benefits of public education. • Students shall accept responsibility for their own behavior. • Students shall develop and use problem-solving skills to resolve conflicts. • Students shall follow established district, school, and classroom rules. • Students shall respect others. • Students shall respect the rights and property of others.
WHAT GREAT BEHAVIOR LOOKS LIKE: • MY SPEECH/ACTIONS DO NOT DISRUPT THE CLASS • I FOLLOW DIRECTIONS • MY TEACHER CAN TELL I’M ENGAGED IN LEARNING
You’ve Stepped Up to the Plate, You’re in the Batter’s Box, ~You’ve SHOWN YOU ARE READY TO LEARN~ Great Job Today-A PAWS ticket for you! Can You Hit a Home Run This Week? Referral Principal Visit 3 Strikes-Yikes! Warning: Stop Sign, No Home Run Written Behavior Lesson Call Parents 2 Written Behavior Lessons (CP) 1 2 3 OUT
How Can My Teacher Tell I’m Engaged in Learning? • I follow the speaker with my eyes • I sit up straight in my seat • I look at my teacher and nod my head to show I understand • I participate by answering questions • I work well with others in groups ( I stay on task and speak respectfully) • I respond with hand signals my teacher asks for • I am awake and alert • I write what I am asked to write when it is time to write I HIT A HOME RUN THIS WEEK! Home Run=No Warnings or Behavior Problems
Does it Help? • Is it True? • Is it Kind?
HAPPY NORMS LET’S LEARN! • SPEAK KINDLY • ASK QUESTIONS TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND • HELP OTHERS FOCUS ON LEARNING • TRY TO KEEP YOUR COIN! IF YOU KEEP THESE NORMS, you will be able to hang on to your coin for the whole small group time, then your name (on a popsicle stick) will go into the AWESOME LEARNER JAR and you’ll have a chance to be in a drawing FOR FREE, FUN STUFF, or a POSITIVE MESSAGE or NOTE to your TEACHER (I LIKE YOU & I LIKE MAKING LEARNING FUN!)