Classroom Rules and Expectations

  • This classroom will utilize ClassDojo as well as a clip color system to translate ClassDojo points (positive or negative) into colors which will be transcribed in your child's daily white binder. Each parent will receive an initiation code and link during the first week of school that will allow access to the ClassDojo set up for this class. Within that website you will be able to generate reports and look into specific positive or negative behavior, which may warrant added praise or correction.

    You may follow this link for more information on ClassDojo: http://www.classdojo.com/about.

    Every day, students will start out on GREEN (0-5).  If the student makes good choices throughout the day, then the student will move up to BLUE (+6-8).  By making wonderful/fantastic decisions, a student will have the opportunity to move up to PURPLE (+9-10).

     

    If the student makes poor choices, then the student will move down to YELLOW (-1-2) and be given time to reflect on how to make better choices.  If the poor choices continue, then the student moves down to RED (-3-4) and the teacher has the discretion on how to handle the situation and the choice to contact parents.   

      

    (+9-10) PURPLE = Awesome Day

     (+6-8) BLUE = Great Day

     (+0-5) GREEN = Ready to Learn

     (-1-2) YELLOW = Reflect

     (-3-or more) RED = Teacher Choice/Parent Contact

     

    Note:  A record sheet will be sent home daily to inform you of your child’s classroom behavior. At the end of each school day, the students or I will record their color. If they should end on red, a note will usually be in their folder and I will send an email to follow up as well explaining why.  I ask that parents please view and initial the behavior report nightly! J

    Classroom Rules:

    1.    Be respectful!
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    Respect yourself, others, and your school
    -Be safe, be kind, and be honest

    2.   Be responsible!
    -Follow directions quickly and complete your work.
    -Raise your hand to speak or stand.

    - Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself.

    3.   Do your best!