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Copy of Restroom Expectations

Restroom Expectations
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Kellie Zeigler

on 4 June 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Restroom Expectations

Restroom
Expectations Ready
Responsible
Respectful 1. Follow adult directions.
Positive Example- Wait your turn.
Negative Example- All run in at the same time.
2. Walk, hands by side, face forward.
Positive Example-Hands down to side.
Negative Example- Pushing in line. Ready 1. Keep it clean.
Positive Example- Throw your paper towels in the trash can.
Negative Example- Throw your paper towels on the floor.
2. Use for intended purposes.
* Positive Example - Take care of business and wash your hands!
* Negative Example - Play with your friends and write notes on the walls.
Standing on the toilets.
3. Get in, get out!
Positive Example- Use the restroom and leave quickly.
Negative Example- Visit with your friends and hang out for a few extra minutes. Responsible 1. Stand in line silently.
Positive Example- Waiting patiently for your turn.
Negative Example- Sitting on the floor and playing.
2. Stay in your space.
Positive Example- Stay in your stall and at the sink area.
Negative Example- Looking in someone else's stall.
3. Hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Positive Example- Hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Negative Example- Pushing, hitting, kicking, or poking someone with a pencil. Respectful
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