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Back to School Pep Rally Tolbert Elementary School September 4, 2007
“Give Me Five!” When I see this, my hand is raised and I am silent and still.
Tornado Respect Respect Self Respect Others Respect Property
Tolbert’s Hallways How can I show RESPECT in the hallways?
Respect Self In the Hallway… I walk. I take the shortest route possible.
Respect Others In the Hallway… I listen to all adults. I keep my hands and feet to myself. I am silent.
Respect Property In the Hallway… I look but don’t touch. I keep the hallways clean.
Tolbert’s Cafeteria How can I show RESPECT in the cafeteria?
Respect Self In the Cafeteria … I eat my own food. I stay seated. I raise my hand for help.
Respect Others In the Cafeteria … I talk only with my tablemates. I keep my hands and feet to myself.
Respect Property In the Cafeteria… I clean up my table. I put trash in the proper place.
Tolbert’s Bathrooms How can I show RESPECT in the bathroom?
Respect Self In the Bathroom … I wash my hands when I am done. I am quick.
Respect Others In the Bathroom … I am private.
Respect Property In the Bathroom … I clean up after myself.
Tolbert’s Playgrounds How can I show RESPECT on the playground?
Respect Self On the Playground … I follow the safety rules.
Respect Others On the Playground … I take turns. I include others.
Respect Property On the Playground … I use the equipment properly. I pick up the classroom equipment.
Tolbert’s Buses How can I show RESPECT on the bus?
Respect Self On the Bus … I stay seated.
Respect Others On the Bus … I follow the driver’s directions.
Respect Property On the Bus … I obey bus rules. I keep my feet on the floor. I keep my backpack on my lap.
Tolbert Assemblies How can I show RESPECT during an Assembly?
Respect Self During an Assembly … I stay seated in one spot.
Respect Others During an Assembly … I listen. I clap appropriately. I keep my hands and feet to myself.
Respect Property During an Assembly … I pick up after myself.
Tolbert’s Computer Lab How can I show RESPECT in the Computer Lab?
Respect Self In Computer Lab … I stay seated. I stay on task.
Respect Others In Computer Lab … I talk softly.
Respect Property In Computer Lab … I chairs still. I use equipment properly.
Let’s Learn the Tolbert Cheer!
RES-PE-CT Tolbert Respect! RES-PE-CT Tolbert Respect!
I Respect Myself! Tolbert Respect! I Respect You, too! Tolbert Respect! I Respect My School! Tolbert Respect!
RES-PE-CT Tolbert Respect! RES-PE-CT Tolbert Respect!
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Our School Expectations: 1. I will respect myself and my friends. 2. I will respect my teachers and other adults. 3. I will respect my classroom and my.
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