Classroom Rules Our class rules to establish a safe and fun year of learning are:
Listen and follow directions the first time they are given
Raise your hand before speaking
Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself
Be respectful to yourself and others
When the students follow the rules: Students will receive praise, verbal reinforcement, happy notes home, special recognition by administrators, and a happy rewarding year! When the students choose not to follow the rules, specific consequences related to the action will occur. For example if after a verbal warning a student is continuing to use unkind words with classmates, the consequence may involve writing an apology letter to their peer during recess. Classroom Expectations In our classroom, we: Treat others how we want to be treated Take responsibility for our actions, behaviors, and choices we make Are honest and truthful Always try our best
These classroom expectations are characteristics that we will all strive to meet each day. These are different from classroom rules, as they will not be connected with specific consequences, but will be guidelines that we will keep in mind and adhere to in all we do.