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The ABC’s of SFT
A B or C In each situation figure out whether the student is being Actively Engaged, Being Safe, or Caring
A B or C 1 After using the restroom, she washes her hands with soap and water. B
A B or C 2 During recess he listens to the adults and follows their directions. A
A B or C 3 At lunch she talks in a soft voice and included those around her in the conversation C
A B or C 4 When walking in the hallway, he stays in a single file line and walks with purpose. A
A B or C 5 In the classroom, she is respectful of others’ personal space and belongings. C
A B or C 6 While playing at recess he keeps his hands and feet to self. B
A B or C 7 She asks to go to the restroom only when necessary. A
A B or C 8 At lunch, he gets everything he needs before he sits down and then eats his food first and talks to friends second. A
A B or C 9 When walking down the hall, she keeps her hands and body off the walls and bulletin boards. C
A B or C 10 He enters the classroom quietly and moves through the room with purpose. B
A B or C 11 At recess, she encourages others and respect their choices. C
A B or C 12 When washing his hands, he uses one squirt of soap, keeps the soap suds in the sink, then uses one paper towel and throws it in the trash can. C
A B or C 13 At lunch, she carries her tray with two hands and walks to her table. B
A B or C 14 When walking with his class, he walks on the right side of the hall and allows for personal space. B
A B or C 15 During class, she has her supplies ready and is focused on the task at hand. A
A B or C 16 At recess he allows others to resolve their own conflict. C
A B or C 17 In the restroom, she keeps the walls and floors clean. C
A B or C 18 During lunch, he self monitors his voice with the stoplight A
A B or C 19 He walks down the hall and stops at all the stop signs. B
A B or C 20 In class, she uses the self care checklist before going to the nurse. B
A B or C 21 When the whistle blows, he lines up silently and quickly A
A B or C 22 During lunch, she is respectful to all adults working in the cafeteria. C
A B or C 23 When walking with his class, he has his eyes forward and his ears ready to listen. A
A B or C 24 She arrives at school on time and turns in her work to her teacher when it is due. A
A B or C 25 On the way to lunch, he takes care of his lunch card. C
A B or C 26 She greets her teacher when she enters the classroom and supports and encourages others throughout the day. C
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