• Classroom Expectations for 6th Grade

     

    Classroom Behavior Expectations:

    Superior behavior is expected at all times with students understanding that they are responsible for their behavior and for the consequences that follow. Students must adhere to the expectations present within the classrooms, as well as the school policies, which are included in the Diamond Canyon Student Handbook. Below are school expectations and Mrs. Stilgenbauer’s expectations. Students are expected to model each of the following expectations:

     Diamond Canyon:

    1.       Be Respectful- Respect yourself, others, their opinions, values, and beliefs. Promote a positive work climate/speak during discussions, and provide positive feedback and support of all peers at all times.

    2.       Be Responsible- Work hard and stay ahead. You are expected to use the time given to you wisely. Take pride in the work you produce. Never put your name on an assignment you are not proud of. Come prepared each day to class   with a positive attitude. Have your homework on your desk and ready to check. Enter class quietly and begin working. In order to complete all the activities in class it is vital we not waste time.

    3.       Be Motivated- Timing is everything. You are expected to be on time to each class with the appropriate work. Treat this year as if you were proving to everyone at this school that you are a dedicated student.

    4.       Be Safe- Strive to be the best version of yourself each day. Try your best in all you do and help others when they are struggling. Your classmates and I are here to support you! Remember: You represent your family, classroom, and school.

     

    Mrs. Stilgenbauer’s Additional Expectations:

    1.       Be Productive- Work hard and stay ahead. You are expected to use the time given to you wisely. Take pride in the work you produce. Never put your name on an assignment you are not proud of. You are responsible for your own destiny.

    2.       Be Prepared- Come prepared each day to class with a positive attitude. Have your homework on your desk and ready to check. Enter class quietly and begin working. In order to complete all the activities in class it is vital we not waste time.

    3.       Be Prompt- Timing is everything. You are expected to be on time to each class with the appropriate work. Treat this year as if you were proving to everyone at this school that you are a dedicated student.

    4.       Be Open-minded- You do not have to agree with everyone, but you are expected to listen to their opinions. The most amazing learning experiences take place when you learn from difference.

    5.       Be The Best You Can Be- Strive to be the best version of yourself each day. Try your best in all you do. Your classmates and I are here to support you! Remember: You represent your family, classroom, and school.

     

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