Presentation on theme: "The Leader in Me! Greatness Happens Here Mrs. Caswell 2012-2013."— Presentation transcript:
The Leader in Me! Greatness Happens Here Mrs. Caswell
What Are The Morning Procedures? (CRUSH) Check in (Move lunch card) Restroom Break Unpack Sharpen Pencil (Choose a sharp pencil out of container) Homework (Turned into correct basket)
What is CHAMPS? C = Conversation (Can students talk to each other during this activity/transition?) H = Help (How can students get questions answered during this activity/transition? How do they get your attention?) A = Activity (What is the task/objective of this activity/transition? What is the expected end product?) M = Movement (Can students move about during this activity/transition? e.g., Are they allowed to get up to sharpen a pencil?) P = Participation (What does appropriate student behavior for this activity/transition look/sound like? How do students show that they are fully participating?)
VOICE LEVEL 1—Whisper 2—Partner 3—Small Group 4—Presentation 5—Outdoor
Lining Up Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Lining Up for Transitions Movement: –Walk quietly Participation: –Line Leader will line up first. –Clear your desk…not on the floor! –Ms. Caswell will call one table at a time to line up. The caboose will go to the end of the line at all times, the door holder will be second in line, and the line leader will be first.
Hallway Procedures Conversation: Voice Level 0 Help: Raise your hand Activity: Hallway Behavior Movement: Walk quietly at all times Participation: Walk single file on the right side of the hall Hands at your sides Do not skip steps Be courteous to others Step quietly No GAPS If you are the line leader, you must stop at each of the assigned stop areas within the school (I will go over with you)
Restroom Procedures Conversation: Voice Level 0 Help: Find the closest teacher/staff member Activity: Restroom Use Movement: Walking quietly at all times Participation: Enter and exit quietly Keep hands and feet to yourself Remember to flush Wash hands using one or two squirts of soap Dry hands using one paper towel or the air dryer Clean up after yourself
Water Fountain Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Find the closest teacher/staff member Activity: –Quietly get a drink Movement: –Walking, waiting or drinking quietly Participation: –Keep hands and feet to yourself –Wait patiently and quietly for your turn –Quickly get a drink
Lunch Room Line Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Lunch line behavior Movement: –Walking quietly Participation: –Walk through the line in a single file, facing forward –Be attentive to adults –Make choices in cafeteria line –Pick up napkins, straws, silverware, etc… from the table –Walk to seat
Lunch Room Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 2 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Lunch room behavior Movement: –Walking, eating, talking, sitting Participation: –Walk to your table and sit down –Stay in seat –No seat saving –No reminders –Use your manners –Eat your OWN lunch
Lunch Room Dismissal Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Dismissal from the lunchroom Movement: –Walking quietly Participation: –Walk in a single file line, facing forward –Keep your hands at your sides or behind your back –Quietly put your tray away –Leave no mess –Line up quietly using lining up procedures
Assembly Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Assembly Behavior Movement: –Sitting quietly Participation: –Enter and exit quietly –Keep hands and feet to yourself –Face forward –Keep your legs crossed –Stay on your bottom –Eyes on speaker –Ears listening –Stay seated until dismissed
Playground Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 5 Help: –Find the closest teacher/staff member Activity: –Playground behavior Movement: –Running, walking, playing Participation –Keep hands and feet to yourself –Ask if you can join a group that is already playing a game –Ask others to join you to play –Take care of playground equipment –Bring in equipment that you take out –Be kind and respectful –Play responsibly –No arguing or fighting
Planner Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Planner Procedures Movement: –Writing quietly Participation –Copy assignments from the chart to the planner at the end of the day (follow procedures) –Take your planner and a pencil to your parent. ---Show them your assignments and have him/her sign or initial your planner. –In the morning, open your planner and leave it open on your desk. –The assistant will check it during morning work. –If planner is not signed, the student will need to erase their number for the day.
Afternoon Procedures Conversation: –Voice Level 0 Help: –Raise your hand Activity: –Afternoon procedures Movement: –Writing, walking, packing, checking mailbox Participation –At 3:00 there is a voice level of 0. –Complete your planner and lay it open on your desk. –Wait quietly until I sign your planner. –Once your planner has been signed, go to your mailbox and place papers on your desk. Then, proceed to your locker and pack to go home. –Sit quietly and work on your homework or read a book until you are called to leave.
Class Expectations Respect your teachers and classmates Enjoy learning Do your best Cooperate with others Ask questions Remember we are a family Participate in class Excel at everything you do! Try your hardest and never give up!
What happens if I don’t make good choices? Consequences: 1 st time: Warning, erase number 2 nd time: Move number to the sad face, loss of money 3 rd time: Check mark on number, phone call home, loss of money 4 th time: Another check mark, detention, loss of money
What happens if I do make good choices? If you make good choices, you will be given money. You will need to collect these in a ziploc bag. Once a week you will have the opportunity to purchase items using your money. We will decided as a class how much each item will cost. Good luck! Remember it is YOUR responsibility to keep track of your money. I am not responsible for lost or stolen money!
Final Thoughts! The kind of year we have is up to you! If you need ANYTHING, please ask! If you don’t understand or have a question, ALWAYS ask. Someone else is probably wondering the same thing. Remember, I am here to help you learn! That is my job. We are a classroom community of learners. Treat others as you would like to be treated. We will always be respectful to each other. You will probably spend more time with your “school family” than you will spend at home with your family during the school week. I have high expectations and will always expect your best. In return, I will always give you my best.
You are a leader! Leadership is doing what is right when no one is watching.