Classroom Behavior Plan

Dear Parents,

I am so excited about sharing this year with your child!  In addition to academics, your child will learn and develop many skills this year including responsibility, making good choices and accepting consequences.  Positive behavior is so important for an effective learning environment.  In order to help establish this positive atmosphere within our classroom, we have the following Behavior Management Plan.   Please review it with your child and then sign the attached page before returning it to me. 

Classroom Expectations:

  1. Always try your best!
  2. Listen carefully and follow directions. 
  3. Work quietly and without disturbing others. 
  4. Respect others.  Be kind with your words and actions, be honest and fair.
  5. Respect school and personal property.
  6. Work and play safely. 
  7. Be responsible.  Make positive choices. 

Each day your child will start out with no card in the Color Chart.  If a student chooses to break a rule, they will be directed to mark a check or add a color card to their pocket chart. One check will be given as a form of reminder before your child is asked to change their card unless the behavior warrants an immediate color change. Below are the consequences for levels of behavior:

BLUEGreat behavior! If your child is on blue there will be a blank space on his/her behavior calendar.  In addition, he/she may receive verbal praise, special treats and privileges, stamps or stickers, free time or a Positive Referral to the office!  Way to go!! 

1st Warning:  A verbal warning will result in a check on the check board by their name. Checks will be given for the 1st six weeks only. By that time students should know the classroom expectations.

YELLOW:  2nd warning.  A color change is given only after a verbal warning (check) has been given unless the behavior warrants an immediate color change.  Student will miss  5 minutes of free time. 

GREEN:  3rd  warning.  This will result in a loss of free time for the day.

RED:  4th warnings are followed by a call or note to the parent.  Multiple reds will warrant referral to the Assistant Principal for disciplinary action.   

* Color changes result in point loss from conduct grade. Please be aware that the CONDUCT GRADE does effect Honor Roll.

Severe Behavior Clause:

If a child threatens their own safety, the safety of others, or demonstrates severe or chronic misbehavior, they may be immediately referred to the office for disciplinary action.

Conduct is evaluated on a daily basis.  Each day the children start fresh on blueGood behavior will be rewarded!  I will discuss the management plan with the students in class, but I would appreciate your reviewing it with them at home. Thank you so much for your support!  We will have a great year together!