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ROBINS K-8 SCHOOL 2014-2015 BEHAVIOR POLICY. POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BE POLITE RESPECT YOUR CLASSMATES AND TEACHER BE COURTEOUS AND READY TO HELP.

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1 ROBINS K-8 SCHOOL BEHAVIOR POLICY

2 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BE POLITE RESPECT YOUR CLASSMATES AND TEACHER BE COURTEOUS AND READY TO HELP OTHER STUDENTS BE HAPPY AND ENJOY SCHOOL

3 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BE PROMPT DO YOUR WORK WHEN ASSIGNED BE IN YOUR SEAT BEFORE THE BELL FINISH YOUR CLASSWORK

4 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BE PREPARED HAVE ALL YOUR MATERIALS READY BRING ALL YOUR BOOKS SHARPEN PENCILS BEFORE THE BELL FOLLOW ALL CLASSROOM RULES HAVE YOUR ID CARD WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES USE YOUR AGENDA PLANNER EVERYDAY

5 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BE PRODUCTIVE GET GOOD GRADES DO YOUR HOMEWORK THINK POSITIVELY

6 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS PARTICIPATE PARTICIPATION IS THE ABILITY TO BE PROMPT, POLITE, PREPARED AND PRODUCTIVE.

7 SCHOOL BEHAVIOR STANDARDS

8 WEAPONS OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING KNIVES AND GUNS ARE PROHIBITED. STUDENTS WILL BE RECOMMENDED FOR EXPULSION IF THEY BRING A WEAPON TO SCHOOL.

9 SERIOUS VIOLATIONS RACIAL OR ETHNIC SLURSRACIAL OR ETHNIC SLURS HOMOPHOBIC SLURSHOMOPHOBIC SLURS BULLYINGBULLYING THESE ISSUES ARE PUNISHBLE AND WILL BE DEALT WITH INMEDIATELLY

10 WHAT IS “BULLYING” ? Aggressive behavior that involves real or perceived physical or psychological power. Typically, the behavior is repeated over time and includes the use of hurtful words or acts!!

11 TYPES OF BULLYING Verbal Non verbal Emotional Cyber Physical

12 OTHER WORDS FOR “BULLYING ” EXTORTION, HATE, HARASSMENT, ROBBERY, ASSAULT, POUNDING FIST, GANG SIGNS, RUMORS, THREATS, CYBER BULLYING, PUT DOWNS, ABUSE, MAKING FUN, NAME CALLING.

13 THE MOST COMMON FORM OF BULLYING IS… TEASING AND NAME CALLING

14 THE SECOND MOST COMMON TYPE OF BULLYING IS… PHYSICAL ABUSE FOR BOYS SOCIAL SEPARATION FOR GIRLS

15 SEXUAL HARASSMENT IS NOT ALLOWED AND IS PUNISHABLE BY LAW (SEE YOUR COUNSELOR)

16 SEXUAL HARASSMENT What is sexual harassment? Behavior of a sexual nature that makes you feel unsafe or scared and keeps you from learning! Is against school rules and the law

17 FOR EXAMPLE UNWANTED HUGGING, KISSING, GRABBING, RUBBING OR TOUCHING STANDING TOO CLOSE OR STOPPING SOMEONE FROM MOVING TEASING OR SAYING DISGUSTING RUMORS OR NASTY JOKES SHOWING “DIRTY” PICTURES, POSTERS, CARTOONS, OR DRAWINGS THAT MAKE OTHERS FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE MAKING RUDE BODY MOVEMENTS THAT EMBARRASS PEOPLE

18 THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED: FightingFighting HittingHitting Provoking FightsProvoking Fights ThreateningThreatening

19 MISSING CLASSES OR DITCHING IS AGAINSTTHE LAW. MISSING CLASSES OR DITCHING IS AGAINST THE LAW. BE ON TIME TO CLASS OR YOU MAY BE CITED BY THE TUSD School Safety & the POLICE.

20 KEEP SCHOOL CLEAN NO SPITTINGNO SPITTING GUM IS NOT ALLOWEDGUM IS NOT ALLOWED PICK UP YOUR TRASHPICK UP YOUR TRASH

21 Classroom/Cafeteria/ Courts/Playground/Games BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS FOUL LANGUAGEFOUL LANGUAGE BOOINGBOOING STAMPING OF FEETSTAMPING OF FEET WHISTLINGWHISTLING LOUD DISTURBING NOISESLOUD DISTURBING NOISES IS NOT ACCEPTABLE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE OF Robins STUDENTS

22 THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ALLOWED IN SCHOOL: NO CELL PHONESNO CELL PHONES NO I-PODS NO MP3’S NO MP3’S NO CD PLAYERSNO CD PLAYERS NO HAND-HELD VIDEO GAMESNO HAND-HELD VIDEO GAMES

23 NOTEBOOKS, BACKPACKS AND SUPPLIES MUST BE FREE OF GRAFFITTI, and Unacceptable PHOTOGRAPHS AND STICKERS

24 STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN BUILDINGS BEFORE 7:45 AM

25 CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR STANDARDS 1.ENTER CLASSROOM QUIETLY 2.FOOD, DRINKS AND ICE ARE NOT ALLOWED 3.THE BELL IS NOT A REASON TO LEAVE CLASS. WAIT FOR YOUR TEACHER’S INSTRUCTIONS


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