1. WALK INSIDE! Why—to keep our body safe from bumps & bruises!
2. USE AN INSIDE VOICE! Why—loud noises hurt our ears & it’s hard to think & learn!
3. BE KIND TO OTHERS! Why—doing something kind feels GOOD to us & to our friends!
4. FOLLOW DIRECTIONS! Why—so you can learn new things & know how to stay safe!
5. MAKE GOOD CHOICES! Why—so you can learn, play & be safe!
6. USE WORDS, DON’T HIT OR HURT OTHERS! Why—so people know what you need & can listen to you!
7. ***A STUDENT’S JOB IS TO LEARN, BE SAFE & HAVE FUN!
***A TEACHER’S JOB IS TO HELP CHILDREN BE SAFE & TO HELP THEM LEARN IN FUN WAYS!
Elementary Grade Expectations
1. We raise our hand to speak.
2. We are kind and respect each other.
3. We keep hands, feet and objects to ourselves.
4. We share.
5. We walk silently in the classroom and halls.
6. We keep our room neat and clean.
7. We listen when our teacher or classmate is speaking.
8. We follow directions.
If a student chooses to follow rules and try their best they will earn tickets, which are redeemable for special coupons and privileges as well as “Pick-a-Ticket.”
Classroom Rules for 6th grade
1. Be in the room when the bell rings.
2. Bring supplies: paper, notebook, book, pencil.
3. Follow directions:
4. Accept group role and responsibility.
5. Hand in all work in-group folders.
6. Speak appropriately
7. Speak without using any negative comments.
8. Call people by their proper names.
Follow procedure for bringing class to
7/8 Grade Expectations
Respect for Self
I will always do my best
I will positively participate in all classroom activities
Respect for Others
I will stay on task without disturbing or distracting others
I will not use ‘put downs’ or harass others
I will respect other people’s differences and opinions
Respect for School
I will raise my hand to speak
I will enter and exit the room quietly
I will complete all assignments on time
I will actively listen when the teacher is speaking
Working in Groups RULES
1. You must complete each group activity and individual report.
2. Play your role in the group.
3. You have the right to ask anyone else in your group for help.
4. You have the duty to assist anyone who asks for help.
5. Help other group members without doing their work for them.
Vishal Jain / J.K.Singh