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Classroom Management Plan 

Classroom Rules

1. Be Respectful

2. Be Responsible

3. Be Cooperative

4. Be Caring

Classroom Procedures

1. Follow directions quickly.

2. Raise your hand for permission to speak.

3. Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.

4. Make smart choices.

5. Keep your dear class happy.

Classroom Behavior Plan

 

Behavior Chart

 

Purple- Outstanding Day!

 

Blue-Great Job!

 

Green-Ready to Learn!

 

Yellow- Thinking about it

 

Red- Parent Contact

 

Positive Reinforcement

 

Positive behavior will be rewarded as often as possible. Whole group, small group, and individual classroom incentives encourage students to make good choices. Each student is able to work their way back up the chart with good choices. Students can also be moved to blue and purple for outstanding choices. Celebrate this accomplishment at home. Blue and purple mean that your child has gone above and beyond as a friend and student.

 

Consequences for Inappropriate Behavior

 

Our aim is for consequences to be immediate and provide a solution to the behavior problem.

 

Students will be moved down the chart after one verbal warning, and may be placed in time out if needed.

 

(Time out may include separation from peers inside the classroom, or outside the classroom in buddy room, during lunch, and/or during recess.)

 

 

 

If classroom rules are severely or persistently broken, parents will be contacted with a note, phone call, or conference.

 

Severe Clause: A child may be referred to the principal when the behavior prevents the rest of the class from working in a safe and positive learning environment.