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R.O.A.R. Rules During Lunch By: Dr. Schoen Council Rock School District
Respectful to All Sit where there is an open spot. Seats do not belong to one person and should not be saved.
Respectful to All If you see someone who is left out, invite them to talk with you.
Respectful to All Speak to staff in a calm voice and follow instructions.
Obey Safety Rules Use an inside voice.
Obey Safety Rules Walk
Stay seated when you are eating and when your lunch is finished. Stay off the stage.
Obey Safety Rules Eat in a proper way and do not throw food.
Act Responsibly Help keep a clean school by cleaning up trash and food in the cafeteria.
Act Responsibly Return trays to the assigned area.
Act Responsibly Take care of school property.
Ready to Learn Listen to the directions that school staff give you so you know what to do.
Ready to Learn Come in and leave the cafeteria quietly and calmly.
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