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1.Barnum, Lakayla 2.Becker, Carey 3.Blackmon, Demetrius 4.Burciaga, Omar 5.Curry, Makayla 6.Epperson, James 7.Harris, Byronica 8.Harris, Gavin 9.Irby,

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1 1.Barnum, Lakayla 2.Becker, Carey 3.Blackmon, Demetrius 4.Burciaga, Omar 5.Curry, Makayla 6.Epperson, James 7.Harris, Byronica 8.Harris, Gavin 9.Irby, James 10. Jones, Nicholas 11. Jordan, Gary 12. Lester, Rachael 13. Limon, Jennifer 14. Matthews, Damarkus 15. Mays, LaShonay 16. Mcgath, A ronday 17. Moore, Xavier 18. Oliver, Nicole 19. Pennigton, Abbigale 20. Reece, Billy 21. Rooker, Taylor 22. Sanders, Artesha 23. Shipp, Domeneke 24. Shoffner, Preston 25. Tucker, Joseph 26. Vega, David 27. Wilder, Robert 1

2 1.Ables, Brianna 2.Aguirre, Evelyn 3.Bass, Hunter 4.Benschoter, Hunter 5.Blessike, Ethan 6.Bowles, Dairian 7.Buchanan, Lily 8.Campbell, Marquez 9.Coleman, Laniyah 10. Cook, Kimberly 11. Dowdy, Mikayla 12. Dowdy, Montavies 13. Edwards, Hailey 14. Fant, ELeiah 15. Gomez, Alejandro 16. Houston, Jakirra 17. Jones, AhMiya 18. Lhatee, Jacob 19. Miller, Kayla 20. Miller, Rhiannon 21. Mitchell, Toni 22. Norman, Shaquala 23. Rubio, Marisol 24. Smith, Kayla 25. Turner, Anna 26. Wilkinson, April 27.Yarbrough, George 2

3 1.Brouson, Brianna 2.Busby, Brianna 3.Cox, Roniqueko 4.Daugherty, Lataryl 5.Eckert, Bradley 6.Feathers, Brittany 7.Harris, Adrianna 8.Hearn, Perphect 9.Hearn, Yaphet 10. Johnson, Arlesha 11. Jones, James 12. Kamerzink, Hannah 13. Landry, Taylor 14. Loveless, Haley 15. Milam, Sheniyah 16. Morales, Cynthia 17. Namishia, Blake 18. Nichols, Charles 19. Parks, Kaylon 20. Ramsey, James 21. Richmond, Chakissa 22. Sanders, Deaundre 23. Sanders, Makyria 24. Stigall, Serenity 25. Tunstall, Kavonte 26. Waller, Merlin 27. Watson, Careyontae 28. Williams, Daniel 3

4 1.Brounson, Jerrel 2.Burgess, Keely 3.Cortez-Morales, Jasmin 4.Dean, Corderion 5.Dortch, Jarmaine 6.Emond, Gabriella 7.Giron-Mendoza, Melissa 8.Harden, Asia 9.Hill, Faith 10. Horton, Martez 11. Howard, Emonee 12. Hunter, Kala 13. Kinsey, Eean 14. Lugo Gonzalez, Zaida 15. Macom, James 16. Mitchell, Amber 17. Namisha, Jakeb 18. Newson, Lella 19. Porter, Antwon 20. Rayford, Jamarco 21. Rios-cuevos, Gerardo 22. Sanders, Reshunna 23. Tallon, Carlito 24. Turner, Alexus 25. Waller, Morgan 26. Webb, Hunter 27. Woods, Claudeidra 4

5 1.Anderson, Anqzaya 2.Bronson, Brittney 3.Buford, Qvoisiea 4.Cardenas, Jesus 5.Clark, Mikiel 6.Dean, Ladarius 7.Garza, Patricia 8.Granados, Lemryn 9.Hall, Tahrisha 10. Holpe, Xzadria 11. Johson, Jennifer 12. Jones, Amberia 13. Lax, Nicholas 14. Lunz, Makaela 15. Mullins, Chasity 16. Newsom, Kelsie 17. Polaneo, Chanell 18. Reed, Roger 19. Richmond, Demetria 20. Ross, Caleb 21. Samoly, Taylor 22. Scroggins, Arizona 23. Shoffner, Jeffrey 24. Smith, Jamaal 25. Stone, Thomas 26. Williams, Selena 5

6 Monday, August 12,

7 1. Welcome and introductions 2. School/class rules: Part 1 3. Consequences 4. First Assignment 7

8  Grew up in Columbus, Ohio  Studied engineering at Smith College  When I am not teaching I like to spend time outdoors, read, and cook. 8

9  Tell the class your name and on interesting fact about you! 9

10 Respect Responsibility Reverence 10

11 Esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of someone or something. 11

12 To be answerable or accountable for your actions and behavior. 12

13 To show pride in yourself, your school, and your community through your actions. 13

14 Respect in the classroom: What does it look like? 14

15  Respect in the classroom: ◦ Follow and listen to directions ◦ Use kind words and actions; avoid gossip ◦ Control your temper ◦ Use a quiet voice ◦ Cooperate with others 15

16 Responsibility in the classroom: What does it look like? 16

17  Responsibility in the classroom: ◦ Arrive to class on time ◦ Bring required materials ◦ Exercise self control ◦ Complete and turn in all work 17

18  Reverence in the classroom: ◦ Do your best ◦ Ask for help politely ◦ Keep work area clean ◦ Treat all property with high regard 18

19  We need rules to make sure we have the best learning environment.  You will treat this classroom with respect every day. You will be responsible. You will show reverence to your teachers, classmates, and yourself. 19

20  Follow directions the first time they are given.  Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.  Use appropriate language: no put-downs, teasing, or other inappropriate words.  Raise your hand to speak or leave your seat. 20

21 Warning Loss of Indian Bucks Silent lunch Writing assignment* Behavior training* Office referral* * Parent/Guardian Contacted 21

22 “Yes, ma’am” 22

23 Every week: 5 Indian Bucks 23

24 Every week: 5 Indian Bucks Positive behavior – additional Indian Bucks 24

25 Every week: 5 Indian Bucks Positive behavior – additional Indian Bucks Negative behavior – Indian Bucks taken away 25

26 How will I know? Ms. Lonsdale informs you, Ms. Lonsdale updates your total. 26

27 Keep Small things 27

28 If you have chosen to not follow the rules in class, you will be assigned silent lunch. This year – silent lunch table. If you receive before lunch – serve that day. Otherwise – serve the following day. 28

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30 Behavior training will be served 7 th period the day after it is assigned. For example, if a teacher assigns you behavior training on a Monday, you will serve Tuesday. 30

31 Behavior training will be served 7 th period the day after it is assigned. For example, if a teacher assigns you behavior training on a Monday, you will serve Tuesday. Behavior training = automatic parent phone call or conference 31

32  I will use office referrals in response to ongoing issues or extreme instances of misbehavior. 32

33 It’s never personal. I do not take sides when it comes to making sure we are on task in my classroom. Come in here to learn and own your actions and you will do great! 33

34 You may go over to the Cool Down Table. Ms. Lonsdale will be over to talk to you within 5 minutes. 34

35 Walk away Ask for help Ignore Tell an adult in school 35

36  Includes physical and verbal fights. ◦ 15 days = Popcorn Party ◦ 30 days = Out of Uniform Day ◦ 45 days = School Dance ◦ 60 days = Field Trip 36

37 The Hallway What sort of rules do we need in the hallway? Why? 37

38  Respect in the hallway: ◦ Use a quiet voice ◦ Walk on left side of the hallway ◦ Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself ◦ Avoid physical displays of affection 38

39  Responsibility in the hallway: ◦ Walk in the hallway ◦ Walk directly to your next location ◦ Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself ◦ Avoid physical displays of affection 39

40  Reverence in the hallway ◦ Assist with keeping the hallways clean ◦ Walk directly to next location ◦ Respect school property 40

41 Warning Loss of Indian Bucks Silent lunch Writing assignment* Behavior training* Office referral* *Parent/Guardian Contact 41

42  Student points for following directions, great focus or participation, etc.  Teacher points if that is not happening. 42

43  When I need your attention during work time… ◦ I will say, “Class, silent eyes on me in…” and will begin to count down from five. ◦ Stop talking as soon as you hear my voice. Stop what you are doing, put objects in your hands on your desk, and turn to face me. ◦ All noise and movement should be done and eyes should be on me by the time I reach 1. ◦ If it is, students will get a point. If there is any talking Ms. Lonsdale will get points.

44  Indian Bucks  YouTube Fridays  Tickets/Raffles  Music during Bell Ringer  Reward for highest class in Teacher vs. Students? 44

45 Work in pairs. A problem or question will appear on the board. I will read the question as you read it to yourself. Take 30 seconds to 1 minute thinking about the answer and jotting down ideas. When I say “pair talk!”, turn to your partner and discuss the answer in group speak for 1-2 minutes. When I give the signal to give me your attention, immediately stop what you are doing and put your eyes on me. I will cold call students to share their answers.

46  Reward for highest class in Teacher vs. Students?  Rewards for the raffles? 46

47  When I need your attention during work time… ◦ I will say, “Class, silent eyes on me in…” and will begin to count down from five. ◦ Stop talking as soon as you hear my voice. Stop what you are doing, put objects in your hands on your desk, and turn to face me. ◦ All noise and movement should be done and eyes should be on me by the time I reach 1. ◦ If it is, students will get a point. If there is any talking Ms. Lonsdale will get points.

48 Line up on the right side of the hall outside of this classroom. When Ms. Lonsdale says you may enter… 1. Silently walk directly to your assigned seat 2. Sit down 3. Silently begin your bellwork. 48

49 The bell does not dismiss you, I do. If you get up from your seat or stop your work when the bell rings you will be the last to leave. You will be dismissed by rows. You may not leave until your row is dismissed (an assigned Exit Leader will dismiss rows starting next week) 49

50 Silent Line Straight Line Zero Gaps 50

51  Respect in the cafeteria: ◦ Use manners ◦ Use a quiet voice ◦ Listen and follow adult requests 51

52  Responsibility in the cafeteria: ◦ Find a seat quickly and stay in it ◦ Clean up after yourself ◦ Get all necessary items before leaving the line 52

53  Reverence in the cafeteria: ◦ Use table manners ◦ Keep cafeteria clean ◦ Use quiet voice 53

54  We will have bellwork every day.  Your bellwork must be completed with work shown.  You will be taking notes almost every day on the same page as your bellwork.  Your bellwork and notes are due on Friday every week. 54

55  We will have homework every week.  “Ugh! I hate homework!” – I never assign work that does not benefit what you must know to succeed in this class and in the real world. I will only assign as much work as necessary to give you enough practice to succeed. 55

56  Additionally, you should have time most days to begin your homework in class. I want to be here in case you have questions. Use this time very wisely.  Because I know many of you have sports or activities after school, all homework for the week is due on Friday. You will turn it in with your bellwork and notes. 56

57  If you are having real difficulty with completing your homework, it is your responsibility to come to me outside of class for assistance. I am always ready to help you understand our work so that you can succeed.  Come to me before school, after school, or even have your parents /call me for help.  If you put in the effort, you will succeed! 57

58  Sit up straight  Listen  Ask/Answer questions  Nod in agreement  Track the speaker 58

59  SLANT method 59

60  1” Three-ring binder for each subject (5)  Lined Paper  Pencil and Pen  Highlighter 60

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62 1. What is the WAIT method? What does “WAIT” stand for? 2. Why do we have the WAIT method? How does it help you? 62

63 1) What does PBIS stand for? 2) What is the one rule that you want to make sure that you follow this year (any rule that you have struggled with in the past or that you think is most important)? 63


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