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Core Values Hallway 2 Bathroom 3 Cafeteria 4 Recess 5 Bus 6 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
$100 Core Values What are the three core values of Ipalook School?
$200 Core values What is the Ipalook pledge ?
$300 Core values What are 2 ways you might show respect toward a classmate who is speaking?
$400 Core Values Why is it important to respect ourselves?
$500 Core Values Why is it important to respect our environment?
$100 Hallway Which side of the hall are you supposed to walk on?
$200 Hallway Why is it important to keep your hands to your sides in the hallway?
$300 Hallway Tell 1 way you can be respectful in the hallway.
$400 Hallway Why do we walk in a single file line through the hall?
$500 Hallway Why is there a statue of Fred Ipalook in the hallway of our school?
$100 Bathroom Why is it important to get in and out of the bathroom quickly?
$200 Bathroom How can you be respectful of others while using the bathroom?
$300 Bathroom How can you be a responsible bathroom user?
$400 Bathroom What problems should you report to your teacher?
$500 Bathroom It is important to wash your hands after you use the bathroom. Name 2 other times it is important to wash your hands.
$100 Cafeteria Give an example of a good table manners. (You may act it out)
$200 Cafeteria Why is it important use an inside voice during lunch?
$300 Cafeteria List 3 actions that are not acceptable while waiting in the lunch line? Why?
$400 Cafeteria Is sharing food ok in the cafeteria? Why or why not?
$500 Cafeteria A younger student walking by your table in the cafeteria trips and spills his food on the floor. What could you do?
$100Recess How can you be respectful during recess?
$200 Recess When the staff blows the whistle, what should you do?
$300 Recess How can we avoid accidents on the playground?
$400 Recess Why is it important to use sports equipment appropriately?
$500 Recess What are 2 ways you can show good sportsmanship during recess?
$100 Bus What is 1 way that you can show respect towards the bus driver?
$200 Bus What are 2 ways you can be responsible on the bus.
$300 Bus Why should you use inside voices on the bus?
$400 Bus Tell 2 reasons should you keep the bus aisle clear.
$500 Subtract What types of problems should you report to the bus aide?
This Is FVE Jeopardy.
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Respect Jeopardy HallwayClassroomCafeteriaBus
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THIS IS With Host... Your Classroom Library/Labs RIDERS Hallway Cafeteria Assembly/Field Trip.
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