Presentation on theme: "+ Polite Panthers Positive Behavior in the Art Room."— Presentation transcript:
+ Polite Panthers Positive Behavior in the Art Room
+ What are the PCE Expectations for the Art Room? What do they look like? Every student at Pioneer Crossing Elementary School is expected to Be a Panther! Be Safe. Be Respectful. Be Responsible.
+ Be Safe What does that look like in Art? Why is it important to be safe?
+ Be Safe Keep Your Hands, Feet, and Belongings to Yourself! Push in your chair. Walk in the classroom. Clean up spills Keep your scissors on your desk if you need to leave your seat.
+ Be Respectful What does that look like in Art? Why is it important to be respectful?
+ Be Respectful Keep it clean. Don’t be mean. If you can’t be kind, be quiet. Treat others the way YOU want to be treated. Listen while others are talking.
+ Be Responsible What does that look like in Art? Why is it important to be responsible?
+ Be Responsible Look good. Be where you should. Dress appropriately for Art class. If you must leave the room – for restroom, nurse, etc. – come back as soon as possible. Stay at your seat. Stay on task and work hard.
+ Polite Panthers Every student. Every where. Every day.
+ What’s in it for me? If you get caught meeting or exceeding our expectations as a Polite Panther, you could be rewarded with a Panther Paw!
+ What’s in it for me? When you practice being a Polite Panther… You feel good! Your teachers are happy! Your friends like you! Your parents are proud of you! You’re a leader for other Panthers! What a GREAT day!
+ Pop Quiz One Panther Paw for the first person to raise their hand and tell me the 3 ways to be a Polite Panther…