Presentation on theme: "Scholar – A person who has a great deal of knowledge. A serious student."— Presentation transcript:
Scholar – A person who has a great deal of knowledge. A serious student.
Schedule for the Day 8:00 – 8:45: Attendance / Collect Supplies 8:45 – 9:00: Chapel Expectations 9:00 – 9:30: Chapel 9:30 – 10:00: Go over Textbooks / Workbooks 10:00 – 10:45: Snack / PE 10:45 – 11:30: Classroom / School Expectations 11:30 – 11:50: Goal Setting / All About Me / Success Spelling List 11:50 – 12:00: Pack Up / Go Home
Chapel Expectations Enter the church quietly. Sit peacefully as you wait for chapel to begin. Worship is for singing and reflecting on God. No Talking! Listen carefully when the speaker is giving their message. Exit the church quietly.
Textbook / Workbook Expectations Treat the books with respect. – Do not leave them outside. – Do not damage the covers. – Do not write in your Textbooks. – Put your books back where they belong. Keep Workbooks in your cubicle. Keep Textbooks in your desk.
Snack / PE Expectations Line up in numbered order to go out to snack. Sit at your designated table. Get up only to throw away trash. Talk with appropriate volume. You don’t need to yell and scream. Ask a teacher before you leave the snack area. For PE, be sure and wear appropriate running shoes, with laces.
School Rules / Expectations General School Guidelines Lunch Area Rules Playground Rules These expectations exist so that you treat the school grounds with respect, and are safe at all times.
Classroom Expectations Work Hard – Prepare for all my assignments, tests, and projects. Be a Friend – Treat people as I want to be treated. Show Loyalty – Be someone that Mr. N. and my friends can trust. Cooperate – Find the best way, rather than have my own way. Show Enthusiasm – Be excited about opportunity that comes my way. Exhibit Self-Control – Control myself and my behavior. Stay Alert – Pay attention and learn while I am in class. Take Action – Use my time wisely when in class. Show Determination – Giving up is not an option. Practice Healthy Habits – Work hard during PE, eat right, and think positively. Practice My Skills – Go over my math facts, spelling words, cursive letters, etc. Be a Team Player – Look to help my classmates. Stay Confident – Believing in myself makes all the difference. Show Poise – Stay true to myself and who God has made me to be. Give My Personal Best – Giving my best in all areas of my life leads only to success! Success!
SLANT S – Sit up straight L – Lean forward A – Activate your thinking N – Note important information you are given T – Track the speaker If it matters to say it, then it matters to hear it!
Discipline Plan Green – It’s all good! Yellow – Entire recess Orange – Entire recess/Writing assignment Red – Phone call to your parents If a homework assignment is not turned in, you automatically loose your lunch recess. You must work on the assignment until it is completed.
Goal Setting Set God pleasing goals! Set goals that will push you to be your best! Set at least one goal that forces you to work on something that is hard for you. Set goals that you can measure and keep track of, as you get better and improve. Goals are not just something you write down. Goals are meant to be accomplished!