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Behavior Plan

 
 
 
Below is the outline for how positive and negative behavior will be handled in your student's 1st grade classroom.
 
 

In order to guarantee each student an excellent learning climate, our class will use the following rules for the 2017-2018 school year.  I expect all students to behave appropriately at all times.  I will make every attempt to reward good behavior.  At the same time, I will not tolerate any behavior by a student that disrupts the learning of other students or jeopardizes the safety of any student. 

 

Classroom Rules

  1. Always be kind.
  2. Listen to your teacher the first time.
  3. Listen when someone is talking.
  4. Raise your hand before you speak.
  5. Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
  6. Use materials sensibly.
  7. Leave the room only if you have permission.

 Star Behavior

            Your student will exhibit star behavior each and every day by beginning the day with his/her name on green.  If their name remains on green, this indicates positive behavior.  If he/she exhibits negative behavior, he/she will be given a warning by turning his/her star to a yellow.  A yellow warning will result in a time out to think about making better choices.  If the negative behavior persists, then the student will be asked to move his/her name to an orange.  A move to orange will result an extended period of time out.  Finally, if your student continues making poor choices, he/she will move their name to red.  A student's name on red will result in a referral to the principal’s office to discuss the negative behavior.  Also, you will be contacted to discuss your student’s negative behavior choices.     

Each day you will receive a behavior report indicating what level your child’s behavior star was on at the end of the day.  The report will have five stars, one for each day of the week.  I will mark each day with a colored pen matching the level they ended the day on. I ask that you initial the mark so that I know you are aware of your child’s behavior at school.  The report will remain in your child’s take home folder for the entire week and a new report will be started each Monday.