Behavior Expectations

Behavior Expectations

Classroom Management:

In order for our classroom to become a place where our goals can be achieved, we have set in place behavior expectations with both positive and negative consequences for your actions.
Students are expected to:

  1. Respect to all teachers, staff, classmates, and school property.
  2. Exhibit exemplary etiquette by:  
  • Raise your hand before speaking  
  • Walk quietly from place to place  
  • Sit properly in your chairs
  1. Come to school prepared to learn (having homework, supplies, and a positive attitude)
  2. Encourage others with kind words and actions.
  3. Allow others to work undisturbed.

“Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.” Ephesians 4:32
Following these expectations will result in: a variety of positive affirmations including:

  • Verbal praise
  • Lion Paws
  • Homework passes
  • Class dress-up days
  • Award certificates
  • Email, phone call or note home to parent
  • Free time in class
    …and many more!!

Failing to follow these expectations will result in: loss of lions paws and/or signing the Behavior Binder. The Behavior Binder consequences are the following:
1 check:  loss of 5 lion paws
2 checks:  recess time out of 5 minutes and loss of 10 lions paws
3 checks:  note home
4 checks: child sent to principal

Other consequences include: loss of a privilege, seating change, a letter of apology, or a student/teacher conference.

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6

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