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1 Classroom Economy Job Descriptions, Payments, and Fines

2 Jobs & Descriptions  Teacher Assistant – run any errands for the teacher/class/office, any task requested  Librarian – keep class library clean, sorted, and organized  Cleanup Crew (2) – make sure floor, counters, lockers, and desks are clean and neat; make sure chairs are stacked at the end of each day  Technology Assistant – help turn on/off projector & Elmo when needed, make sure netbooks are in their place and turned off/charged each day  Banker – pay salaries, accept deposits, assist clerk during class store, sub for any absences  Clerk – run class store each six weeks, assist banker on payday, sub for any absences  Lunch Bucket (2) – carry lunch bucket to & from lunch, make sure it is empty and clean each day

3 Jobs & Descriptions  Door Holder – hold the door for the class during any outing  Energy Assistant – make sure the lights/electrical devices are turned off when needed  Lunch Count – record lunch count each day & make sure $ is turned in  Mailperson – sort & place papers in student pockets  Attendance – take attendance & report to teacher each morning  Materials Manager – pass out/collect any materials needed throughout the school day  Timekeeper – operated timer during workshops and transitions, at teacher’s request

4 Application & Registry  Students will apply for their jobs on the first day of each semester – parents are to approve & sign  Students will keep a registry throughout the year to keep track of their payments, bonuses, and fines  Registry will be turned in each Friday to ensure accuracy and receive salary payment  This will also help keep parents informed of student progress in the classroom – mathematically and behaviorally

5 Application & Registry Samples Job Application Name:________________________ Date:_____________________ Job Choice #1:_______________________________ Why would you like this job?_______________________________ __________________________________ Why would you be good at this job?_______________________________ __________________________________ Job Choice #2: __________________________________ Job Choice #3: __________________________________ INCOMEEXPENSES Week 1 DescriptionAmountDescriptionAmount Total Week 2 Total

6 Salaries & Bonuses  Each student will be paid $10 per week for performing their duties  5 paid absences are allowed per semester – after 5 absences, students will be deducted $2 per day  Bonuses will be paid at teacher discretion:  $5 – Meeting/exceeding academic goals  $5 – Community Service (must provide written request with proof)  $2 - Leadership / exceptional behaviors  $2 - Earning awards in assemblies  Various rewards at teacher discretion ($1, $2, or $5)

7 Rent & Fines  Each student will pay $20 for rental of their desks each six weeks  Fines will be implemented at teacher discretion:  $10 – Bullying  $5 – Note from Specials or disrespecting any teacher/student  $2 – Not following directions  $2 – Talking during instruction  $2 – Horseplay in the bathroom  $2 – Off task  $2 – Unprepared for class  $2 – Talking in the hall  $2 – No parent signature / reading log / homework  $1 for each material needed during instruction – pencil, paper, eraser, etc. – these items may be acquired at no cost prior to instruction. This does not include materials that will be provided by the materials manager for specific assignments.  Various fines at teacher discretion - $1-$10

8 Class Store  Items will be available for purchase each six weeks  Some items will require students to save their money and purchase in the future – this will teach them the value of saving for something they would really like to have.  Students may purchase small toys, supplies, or specific privileges such as:  Lunch with the teacher  Sit with a friend  Homework pass  And several more!  The cost of store items are:  $25  $50  $100


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