2 Discipline Discipline is vital to maintaining positive classroom management and ensuring your child’s progress.Our discipline plan is as follows:Be prepared, productive, and polite.Be responsible.Use time wisely.Follow directions.Respect yourself, your school,and others.
3 Behavior Consequences 1. Verbal WarningMinutes out of recess3. No Recess/Behavior Reflection Assignment4. Parent Contact/No Recess/Behavior Reflection Assignment5. Discipline Referral/All ofthe above
4 Grade Folders: eSembler Sent home every two weeks Includes: graded papers from previous weeka progress report (Please sign and return.)
5 AgendasWill be used daily to record homework assignments and upcoming tests.Please check and sign daily.This is a good place for us to communicate.
7 Specials Day 1 – Library Day 2 – P.E. Day 3 – Computer Day 4 – P.E. Day 5 – MusicDay 6 – P.E.Day 7 – ArtDay 8 – P.E.
8 Make-up workWhen a student misses school it is their responsibility to complete and return their make-up work.The day they return they are given all missing assignments and any handouts given out.Students should return all work as soon as possible.
9 Incentive Programs Accelerated Reader Star Student Mastery Club Smiley Face MathSuperintendent Award40 Book Challenge
10 Volunteers: Application Procedures Volunteer forms are required to: chaperone fieldtripswork with students in the room
11 Volunteering in the Classroom Sending in SuppliesField TripsClerical – tearing out workbook pages, etc…Oral FluencyMath FactsScience ExperimentsOther
12 Recess:Recess is a privilege that may be earned by doing the following:Returning homeworkReturning grade foldersCompleting class workBehaving well