1. Follow directions the first time given
2. Complete all assignments
3. Stay in your seat unless you have permissionto do otherwise
4. Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself
5. Change tasks quickly and quietly
1. Mutual respect
3. No put-downs;appreciations
4. Participation;right to pass
The second-gradeteachers will be using a behavior management “clip-chart.” Each student willhave a clothespin, which will start out on the green, middle section labeled“Ready to Learn.” Students making good choices will have the opportunity tomove their clips up the chart to yellow – “Good Day, ” orange – “Great Job,” orred – “Outstanding.” Students making poor choices will be asked to move theirclips down the chart to blue – “Think About It,” purple – “Teacher’s Choice,”or pink, “Parent Contact.” Students who move their clips down the chart willhave the opportunity to move them back up as their behavior improves. We feelthat this system will motivate students to make the right choices byrecognizing positive behavior as well as negative.
Students who movetheir clips down the chart will receive consequences which include:
**Students engaging in severely disruptivebehavior will be sent to the principal’s office.
Students willreceive a score each day, according to what level of the chart they are on atthe end of the day.
Ready to Learn
Think About It
Daily scores willbe totaled to determine the student’s weekly conduct grade.
Students in the Nor U range for the week will not be allowed to participate in Fun Friday. Theywill complete a reflection page instead.