•  Class Rules:

    1. Listen when someone is talking.
    2. Follow directions the first time they are given.
    3. Treat everyone with kindness and respect.
    4. Take care of our school and classroom.
    5. Work and play safely and quietly.
    6. It's ok to make mistakes.  
    Clip Chart Behavior 
    Our classroom will use a clip chart to monitor behavior. A clip chart is a great tool that allows students to be rewarded for positive behavior, while discouraging negative behavior.

           Each student has a clothespin, or clip, with his or her name on it. Everyone will start on a three at the beginning of each day, and clips can be moved up and down throughout the day based on behavior.  Any student moving up will receive a "Paw"some ticket for the monthly office drawing and weekly class Treasure Box winners.

    7. The "On Point" level is reserved for exceptional behavior.  A student who reaches this level will put a gem on their clip. After 5 gems, then the student will move their clip to the hall of fame. 

    6. Students "Looking Sharp" are making superb choices. You should be very proud of your child for reaching this level!

    5. Students who are "Sticking to It" are showing that they are making the right behavior decisions! Ending the day on this level is great!

    4. Every student will start the day on "Ready to Learn". They continue to follow all rules and meet all expectations.

    3.A student will be moved to the "Stop and Think" level as a warning about his/her behavior and a reminder to follow the rules.

    2. Students who continue to display poor behavior will move down to the "Sticky Situation" level. A behavior sheet will go home to be signed and returned the next day. 

    1. When a student moves to the "Ouch" level, the teacher will notify parents via note or phone call. A visit to the Principal’s office might also be in order. Students on this level will lose recess time, etc.