•  Classroom Expectations:

    Students are expected to learn and follow both classroom and school rules.  Good choices will br recognized, and poor choices will be handled in the manner listed below.  Below are the rules of our classroom, rewards, and consequences.  Please discuss them with your child for the upcoming school year. Thank you!


    1.  Listen when someone is speaking                                  

    2. Follow directions

    3. Be a caring friend
    4. Always do your best!


    Rewards include participation in “preferred activity time” such as extra recess or center time during Fun Friday.  Various rewards also include stamps, stickers, C.A.T.S tickets, and classroom recognition.  When students are caught doing an outstanding job or go above and beyond throughout the day they will receive a positive visit with Ms. Fredlund, Principal.


    If a student chooses to break a rule he/she will be encouraged to think about how to positively change their behavior and the following steps may be taken:

     1. Redirection from the teacher

     2. Verbal Warning- and possibly a “time out” to think about the behavior and then a chance to rejoin the activities.  A discussion with the student and the teacher will take place to discuss good vs. poor choices to help your child learn and grow. (Self-regulation). If necessary, a note will be written in their agenda.
    3.  If a student struggles with behavior issues on a regular or frequent basis, the teacher may put the student on a daily behavior program that best meets the student’s needs.  This may be a daily note home, a points earned system, etc.  The parent will be kept informed of their students behavior struggles and successes.