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Mrs. Case's Classroom Procedures

Introduction to Classroom Procedures for the beginning of the year
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Lauren Case

on 9 August 2017

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These are the routines we follow to make sure that our school runs efficiently, stays safe, and allows us to learn.
Mrs. Case's Classroom Procedures
2017-2018

Reidland
Intermediate

Mrs. Case's Classroom Guidelines
1.
BE KIND
and respect others
2. Raise your hand to speak
3. Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself
4. Always follow directions
5. Listen carefully and quietly
Our Classroom Rules
Nine weeks rewards
Plus a HUGE end of the year reward - you don't want to miss this!
Links
R-Bucks
Paw Print's on locker for ROCK stamp free weeks
Class paw print outside classroom door
Rewards
1st ROCK stamp - miss half of recess
2nd ROCK stamp - miss all of recess
3rd ROCK stamp - parent contacted
4th ROCK stamp - principal's office and other consequences
THESE ARE SCHOOL-WIDE CONSEQUENCES!
THEY WILL BE MARKED IN YOUR AGENDA!
Consequences
Homework is very important. We cannot learn without practice. If you have homework all assignments will be written on the board in your classes. We write ALL assignments in our agenda!

Homework
It is your job to get your agenda signed EVERY NIGHT! I will be checking every morning to make sure you are writing down your assignments and getting it checked by a parent.

IF I CANNOT READ IT,
I WILL NOT GRADE IT!

In the morning you will go straight to breakfast and then the gym.
Once the bell rings you will go directly to your locker, unpack, and come to our classroom.
As soon as you enter the classroom, please find your seat.
Read AR or work on homework.
Attendance will then by taken and directions will follow.
Morning Procedure
We will have AR goals and STAR goals each nine weeks.
We will keep track of these in our agendas
Goal Setting
Other Important Info...
Rotations
This year 5th grade will have Writing, Social Studies, Math, and Science each day.
You will be with different students in most rotations.
You will need your binder, pencils, agenda, art box and tabs ALL day.
You will go to each rotation, each day for 55 minutes.
Hallway Expectations
Walk on the right side of the center line (
responsible
)
Hands to self (
responsible
)
Walk directly to destination (
on task
)
Let others cross in front of you (
cooperative
)
Use words like "excuse me" and "thank you" (
kind
)
Arrive at destination in a timely manner (
successful
)
Voice level 0 when switching classes
Voice level 0 when walking with class or when class is in session.
Restroom Expectations
Flush toilet, exit quickly, pick up trash and throw it away (
responsible)
Hands to self, wash hands with soap, enter and exit when told (
on task
)
Throw away paper, wait in line if busy (
cooperative
)
Give each other space and privacy, help others as needed (
kind
)
In and out in a timely manner (
successful
)
Voice level 0.
Recess Expectations
Put trash in trash can, pick up everything you took outside (responsible)
Use equipment properly, follow adult directions (on task)
Include others in play, play in designated area, follow game rules (cooperative)
Report to teacher if someone is hurt or in danger (kind)
Give support, praise, and encouragement to others (
kind
)
Line up when signaled to (successful)
Assembly Expectations
Use 0-1 voice level when entering and exiting (
responsible
)
Sit quietly in designated area, focus on the speaker, sit appropriately and face the speaker with hands to self (
on task
)
Actively listen to the speaker (
cooperative
)
Respond how and when appropriate, help others as needed (
kind
)
Quiet feet and hands.
0-1 Voice level unless directed by the speaker.
Cafeteria Expectations
Use "please" and "thank you" (
responsible
)
Clean up your lunch area including items dropped on the floor (
responsible
)
Pick a line and stay in it, gather all necessary items before sitting, pick a seat and stay there, raise hand if assistance is needed (
on task
)
Know lunch number, have money ready (
cooperative
)
Have appropriate conversations, help others as needed (
kind
)
Complete meal without rushing, eat your own food (
successful
)
Bus Loading/Unloading Expectations
Wait quietly in line for bus, exit bus slowly and in a safe manner (
responsible
)
Go directly to assigned bus seat or area (
on task
)
Follow all rules and directions (
cooperative
)
Give each other space, help others as needed (
kind
)
Keep all necessary materials in backpack until home or at school (
successful
)
Voice level 1
Water Bottles
Toys
Pens
Purses (stay in locker)
Backpacks (stay in locker)
Cell Phones (stay in backpack)
NOT Allowed...
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