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Hallway. PEACEFUL :. Allow others to work as I walk quietly through the halls. RESPONSIBLE:. Follow the rules without reminders Follow transition routines Keep my place in line. Hallway. RESPECTFUL:. Walk quietly, listen for directions
Hallway Expectations. SHOW RESPECT. Keep the conversation between you and the person you are talking to (volume level 0-1) Go directly to your next location. Use Quiet Voices – So not to Disrupt Others. Stop, look & listen Be polite Wait your turn to speak Answer questions Be honest.
Hallway Expectations . Fact or Fib. In the Hallway we should always keep our hands, feet and objects to our selves. Keeping our hands, feet and objects to ourselves is a way to be respectful. Fact.
Hallway Rules!. This is a PowerPoint about the rules of the hallway. By: Mike Roncelli , Chris Fekete , and Gelos Wright. 1. Stay on the right side of the hall!. Stay on the right side to keep hallways organized. 2. Move Quickly!. Move quickly to get to class on time. 3. Be Respectful!.
Almost to the finish line! The school year is almost over! We want you to remember the following things to make the end of this year GREAT !!. Hallway Behavior. You MUST have your planners to be in the hallways during class times Please use your indoor voices while in the hallways
Hallway Behavior . Presented to you by: “The P opsicle Lickers” BY: Rebecca, Natalie, Gabby. Bad Hallway Behavior. This is what a hallway should not look like!. Good behavior in the hallway. This is how your behavior and what the hallway should look like!.
Hallway Safety . By Donny & Andrew. Bad Example . Why was this bad?. Pushing and tripping others, it could hurt someone. Running in the halls, it’s not safe Having a hood on in school is against the rules. Good example. Why was this good?. W alking in the halls No shoving or tripping
TJHSST Hallway Simulation. Paul Woods Pd 5 2008-2009. PURPOSE. Increase understanding of TJHSST hallways TJHSST—both building and demographics--have changed since past research If you cannot understand the hallways, how can you understand the school?. BACKGROUND.
Our Hallway Expectations. RESPECT: Other peoples’ personal space so everyone can get to class on time. Give a silent greeting Remain quiet Use “excuse me” and “ I ‘m sorry” when needed. Make Someone’s Day. Stop, look & listen Be polite Wait your turn to speak Answer questions
Our Hallway Expectations. Life is a journey – not a race! Slow down and enjoy the walk!. Updated August 2013. BE RESPECTFUL. Use Voice Level 0 in the halls Do not walk or play between the buildings during recess or lunch. When you see someone you know, give them a quiet wave.