Presentation on theme: "Our Hallway Expectations Life is a journey – not a race! Slow down and enjoy the walk! Updated August 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Our Hallway Expectations Life is a journey – not a race! Slow down and enjoy the walk! Updated August 2013
DON’T DISTURB OTHER CLASSES! Use Voice Level 0 in the halls Do not walk or play between the buildings during recess or lunch. When you see someone you know, give them a quiet wave.
AT THE START OF THE DAY, BE IN CLASS BEFORE THE BELL RINGS! Definition: in your seat working or ready to work. If you are walking / running in when the bell rings, you will be counted as tardy YOU should unpack your backpack when you get to class – not your mom or dad.
BE SAFE WHEN WALKING TO AND FROM RECESS and LUNCH Walk in a single-file line. If you have a soccer ball or basketball – do not bounce it in the halls. Your teacher should bring you to and from recess and lunch. You have a designated spot on the playground to wait for your teacher. Stay there and wait patiently.
BE RESPONSIBLE – WALK WITH A PURPOSE! Get to class on time so you are ready to focus on your school work. Do not stop along the way to your destination. The benches are for sitting – do not walk across them.
WALK AT ALL TIMES – LOOKING FORWARD! Look forward when you are walking, do not walk backwards or looking down. Running can lead to injury, ALWAYS walk. Encourage friends to get to class on time.
KEEP HANDS FEET AND OBJECTS TO SELF! Ask permission before taking other’s belongings (including recess equipment) Respect everyone’s personal space – keep your hands off your friends in line. Keep your books and backpacks close to your body so they will not injure others. Do not ride on your rolling backpacks.
KEEP OUR CAMPUS CLEAN! Clean-up after yourself and others Keep our campus, including hallways, free of litter This is a Gum Free Zone Never draw or color on any sidewalks or buildings
WHEN SPEAKING TO ADULTS IN THE HALLS: If you are in the halls and an adult staff member asks you where you are going, stop, look at him or her, and answer politely.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR NEED HELP! Teachers Administration Secretaries Cafeteria workers Custodian Talk to an adult:
Make our hallways safe for everyone! Make it a safe hallway or not…the choice is YOURS!