• STUDENT BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS

    I will lead a respectful and disciplined classroom. To achieve this I have established a few simple policies. As a student, it is your responsibility to comply with these policies. If you decide not to comply, there will be logical consequences. By enforcing these policies, I promise to you fairness and order in my classroom.

    These are the rules and rewards for the classroom. Students at this age are aware of what is considered appropriate conduct at school. I expect students to do the following things in the classroom:

    1. Be in their assigned seat and quiet when class begins.

    2. Bring their textbooks, pencil, pen, paper, binder and other needed supplies to class.

    3. Be respectful to all the teachers, staff and their classmates at all times.girl

    4. Only talk and move about the room at appropriate times, or with permission

    5. Take care of school property and follow all school (handbook) rules.

    6. Avoid inappropriate (vulgar) language in class

    7. Bookbags will be placed in the lockers after elective classes.

    If a student chooses not to follow these rules, the consequences for inappropriate behavior are as follows:

    Level 1    Verbal Warning Contact parents or guardians

    Level 2    Teacher/Student conference at the end of class or immediately in hallway

    Level 3    Afterschool Detention

    Level 4    Parent/Teacher/Student conference during planning or afterschool.
     
    Level 5    Office referral. Parent or guardian will be notified. Blatant disrespectful behavior and/or fighting will be handled 
                     by the administrative staff  immediately.

    If a student chooses to follow the rules, the rewards for appropriate behavior can include:

    1. Praise and encouragement

    2. Incentive from the teacher

    3. Phone Call to Parents.

    Good behavior is expected from and appreciated by everyone.