Student and Classroom ExpectationsIn our classroom, we follow these rules...
- Follow directions quickly!
- Raise your hand for permission to speak!
- Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat!
- Make smart choices!
- Keep our dear learning community happy! :)
I love catching students doing their very best! I reward positive behavior with Shark Bucks (little blue tickets) that can be spent in our classroom store. Students can purchase anything from ‘Shoes Off for a Day’ to ‘Lunch with a Friend and Ms. Lile’!
If the entire class is doing their best, then they all receive marbles in the jar. If we fill up the entire jar, the class gets to choose a reward! Electronics day has been a very popular choice in past years.Consequences
Step 1: Verbal Warning
Step 2: One-on-One Discussion and Loss of STEAM/Fun Friday or Other Fun Activities
Step 3: Contact Parent/Guardian
Step 4: Conference with the student, parent, and teacher
Step 5: School administration will become involved if the behavior does not improve after conference and improvement plan.