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Ron Clark House System
Transcript of Ron Clark House System
What Should I Give Points For?
Students will place points in their house box at breakfast or lunch.
NEHS representatives will count points on Fridays (two)
We will display the points using sand.
The House with the most points at the end of the 9 weeks will win a House Party.
What Do the Students Get?
Every 9 weeks, the winning house receives a House party.
Every 4 weeks, the house with the most points will Dress for Success.
Gator Points will be randomly drawn to be read over annoucements.
What is the House System?
Students and staff are divided into four different houses.
Show passion for your house like you do your favorite sports team.
Must treat other houses with respect and cheer them on
A/B's on CAs/DAs
Fantastic listening skills
Anything else you can think of
What do the students do with the points?
Foster an atmosphere where students, parents, staff and community members work together to create a family environment for our learners.
Teach in ways that promote creativity, innovation, wonder, joy and a passion for learning.
Demand rigor and set high expectations.
Follow The Essential 55 and create a culture with high levels of discipline, manners and respect.
http://www.ronclarkacademy.com/Mission-Vision-and-Values, June 16, 2015
Key Takeaways from Ron Clark
Students Stand Up to Speak
When students answer or ask a question in whole group instruction, the student stands up to address the class.
Advantages: Students are not sitting in one spot for an extended period of time.
Think about the last time you had to sit in a school chair all day.