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CLASS
ROOM
RULES
AND
ROUTINES
The past -shows us where
we have been
and
Informs who we
are…
but does not
determine where
we are going
or
who we will be.
Learning takes place…
Everyday
Bell-to-bell
Safe environment for all to learn…
Safe to make mistakes
Accountability and ownership
Safe to ask questions/explore new learning
Your right to learn and be in class does not outweigh another
student’s rights to learn and be in class
emembering
Very day
to
Upport,
Rotect,
Ncourage,
and
elebrate
our
Alents &
triumphs
1.
2.
3.
4.
Come in calmly
Get all supplies needed for the day
(pencil, books, paper)
Put point sheet in tray next to
bookcase
Check folders for unfinished or
missing work…use time to finish
theses assignments
1.
2.
3.
You may choose your seat…choose
wisely
Pick the seat that will help you
stay the most focused on learning.
Should you not be able to learn in
the seat you chose, the teacher
will problem solve with you about
other places to sit.
1.
2.
3.
Each student’s seat, supplies and
personal belongings are theirs
Respect another student’s “regular”
seat
Before “borrowing” anything, you need
to ask permission from that student
Saying, “They won’t mind” and borrowing
without permission is not respectful
4.
Be polite and return borrowed items
back to owner in good condition
Coats/jackets: back of chair
Backpacks: next to chair
Phones: turned to silent, put away
iPods: tuned off, put away
Tobacco products: put away
Make-up/hair products: put away
Staff member raises hand and asks for
attending skills
Students/adults stop what they are doing, and
raise hand.
Students/adults turn toward speaker….
1.
2.
3.
A.
B.
C.
D.
give appropriate eye contact and body language
give attending skills
remain quiet and respectful until speaker is finished
ask clarifying and validating questions of speaker
Attending skills
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Politeness…wait your turn, no interrupting
Prepared…supplies, attention
Participation…following directions
Producing…completing activities/assignments
Appropriate body language
2.
1.
2.
3.
Sitting upright
Head up
Eye contact
Level of Communication
3.
1.
2.
3.
Silent, active listening
Asking clarifying and validating questions
Discussion about activity/assignment
Attending skills
1.
1.
Politeness…wait your turn, no interrupting
2.
Prepared…supplies, attention
3.
Participation…following directions
4.
Producing…completing activities/assignments
5.
PMA…positive, encouraging
Tribal Rules
Appropriate body language
2.
3.
1.
Sitting upright
2.
Head up
3.
Eye contact
Level of Communication
4.
1.
Active listening
2.
Adult mode: sharing ideas, problem solving
3.
Quiet voice
4.
Asking clarifying and validating questions
5.
Discussion about activity, project or assignment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Reread any directions or passage
Ask clarifying or validating questions
Seek other’s opinions/advice
Brainstorm possible solutions
Choose the best solution
Carry out solution
Evaluate results of solution chosen
Repeat steps if needed
Attending skills
1.
1.
Politeness…wait your turn, no interrupting
2.
Prepared…supplies, attention
3.
Participating…following directions
4.
Producing…completing activities/assignments
5.
PMA…CAN-DO attitude
6.
Prompt… goal setting, time management, on-time completion
Appropriate body language
2.
1.
Sitting upright
2.
Head up
Level of Communication
3.
1.
Silent
2.
Asking clarifying and validating questions
ompletely
dmitting
I’m
Going
to
Ot
ry
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reread directions: circle verbs, underline
important information; try again
Ask a friend to explain the assignment or
problem
In adult mode, ask teacher for help
If available, be specific in your request
If unavailable, go on to the next step or
problem or question
Dismissal occurs when teacher dismisses… NOT
based on the clock or what others are
doing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Clean up your personal space (desk/floor)
Neatly return all supplies to rightful place
Hand in all finished assignments – with name,
date and assignment
Store unfinished assignments in yellow folder
Wait by desk patiently until teacher completes
signed point sheet and dismisses you
1.
Chairs will face one another in a circle
2.
All participate, are seated in circle, clap in at the count of three
3.
Students will use appropriate body language and eye contact
4.
One person will state the prompt; others will be silent and listen attentively.
Only the person with the Mickey Mouse Sqoosh may speak
5.
Each person will take a turn:
A.
Say name
B.
Give number scale
C.
State emotion
D.
Answer prompt
E.
Students ask clarifying/validating questions, make positive comments or
connections
F.
Applause
6.
Next person follows same procedure. Continue around circle until all have
participated.
7.
Clap out.
NO….answering phones, opening doors, getting up from circle, leaving room
What is said in the circle….stays in the circle.
Promptly leave together and arrive
together; stay in a group
1.
A.
2.
3.
4.
Bathroom breaks, voluntary focus, drinks, going
to see counselor/admin will be done at a
different time.
Politely walk quietly down the hall,
showing respect for the learning of others
by not disturbing other classes
Prepared with any needed supplies
Communicate in adult mode with G-rated
conversations
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Student respectfully requests a focus room, at
appropriate time and place. from staff person.
Staff may request hallway conference prior to
checking focus room availability.
If focus is deemed appropriate, student will wait
patiently and quietly for staff to call Focus Room
coordinator for availability.
When released by staff, report immediately to
Focus Room with signed note. High School: signed
point sheet; Middle School: focus room form.
If Focus Room is unavailable, student and staff will
have hallway conference to problem solve next
steps.
Earned by refusing to answer a redirect
appropriately, earning four redirects in one
class, returning from focus and resuming
inappropriate behavior.
1.
2.
3.
Student waits patiently and quietly in designated
area for staff to call Focus Room coordinator for
availability.
When released by staff with hall pass, students
reports immediately to Focus Room with signed
note.
If Focus Room is unavailable, student and staff have
hallway conference to problem solve next steps.
Do need permission:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Go into Ms. B’s desk/personal items
Go into supply cabinets
Go to sink
Participate in reading station, computer station, or
word wall
Leave room
Do not need permission:
Get kleenex
2.
Get supplies*
3.
Sharpen pencil*
* Please take care of at beginning of class, during small
group or independent work times
1.
1.
2.
3.
Desk, supplies and personal property are
private; you must have permission
Before “borrowing” anything from
teacher’s desk area or supply cabinets,
you need to ask permission
Be polite and return borrowed items
back to owner in good condition, from
where they came
You may not sit at the desk, unless asked to do so
Cell phones: In cafeteria before
announcements and during lunch
1.
1.
2.
3.
Check in with parent
Make ride arrangements
Discuss after school activities, appointments
Classroom phone: to be used only by
teacher or with teacher permission
2.
1.
Notify administration, focus or counselor
Office phones: for emergencies only
3.
1.
2.
Illness
parent phone call
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