Presentation on theme: "Student expectations play an important role to a successful education. It is important that all class members have an understanding of what is expected."— Presentation transcript:
Student expectations play an important role to a successful education. It is important that all class members have an understanding of what is expected in regards to classroom behavior as well as classroom procedures. These standards become essential in your academic and personal growth. Being the BEST student you can be means taking RESPONSIBILITY for your learning. “ Do your best to be your best!”
CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS Be respectful of yourself and each other. Be prepared to learn: Be where you belong Be on time Do your best Complete your work Treat school property and each other’s property with respect.
RESOLUTIONS/CONSEQUENCES REAL TIME DISCIPLINE NOTICE After 3 consecutive warnings: 1 ticket will be issued. After receiving 2 tickets Parent Contact After receiving 3 tickets Lunch Detention with the principal After receiving 5 tickets After school detention SOME SITUATIONS MAY REQUIRE THAT THE STUDENT GOES TO THE PRINCIPAL
ENTERING THE CLASSROOM Enter the classroom quietly and calmly. Take your assigned seat and be prepared with necessary materials. DO NOT enter the classroom if an adult is not in the room. Please wait quietly in a line outside the door.
QUIETING THE CLASS The teacher will signal the class to quiet down by raising a hand and counting down 5,4,3,2,1. The goal of the class will be to give the teacher full attention before the teacher reaches 1. Freeze Eyes on teacher Be ready for instructions
BEGINNING THE CLASS PERIOD A daily “Do Now” assignment will be posted on the SMART- BOARD. Please begin working on the assignment immediately once you have taken your assigned seat.
ABSENCES If you are absent, please check the “While You Were Out” hanging folders. Missing work will be located in the file for the day(s) you were absent. It is your responsibility to ask for help related to the missed work that you do not understand. Please be sure to see the teacher and set up a time meet and have the work explained to you.
STUDENT AGENDA You must bring your agenda notebook to class everyday. As soon as an assignment has been assigned, you will write it in the appropriate subject in your agenda, even if the assignment has been completed. Use the calendar page for each month to record upcoming tests, quizzes, and/or projects. This will help you to manage your time and prioritize your w
GETTING OUT OF YOUR SEAT Please refrain from getting out of your seat during direct instruction. In the event you need to get out of your seat, after instruction, you may do so providing you are considerate of your teacher and classmates.
RESTROOM Please refrain from using the restroom during classroom instruction. In the event of an emergency, please use the universal sign for bathroom. One boy and one girl may leave the classroom at a time. Your must sign out and sign in. The sign-out sheet will determine if you can leave the classroom.
CLASS ASSIGNMENTS Be sure to use the following format when writing a heading on an assignment: First Name Last NameDate AssignmentClass Please place completed assignments in the appropriate class/subject file slot. #
DISMISSAL Before you leave the classroom, be sure: Your area is free of trash All classroom materials are put in their place Your chair is under your desk There are times when the bell will ring, but the teacher may need to detain the class. Please wait for the teacher to dismiss you so you do not miss any last minute instructions. Gather all of your belongings and walk to your next class.