Clarence Center Elementary

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Positive Behavior Expectations for Elementary Students




Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Kind

Classroom

  • Raise your hand to respond
  • Listen to and follow directions
  • Use an appropriate voice level
  • Be prepared with daily assignments and supplies
  • Clean up after yourself and take care of your belongings

  • Use good manners
  • Use words to solve problems

Hallway

  • Keep silent while walking or waiting
  • Keep voices to a level 0 or 1
  • Face forward, walking on the right
  • Keep hallway clean and clear
  • Keep hands and feet to yourself
  • Be aware of others in the hallway

Cafeteria

  • Be courteous and patient while waiting in line
  • Listen to and follow directions of all adults
  • Keep voices to a level 1 or 2
  • Clean up after yourself
  • Control your body
  • Take care of your personal belongings
  • Say "please" and "thank you"
  • Welcome others to your table

Bathroom

  • Give others privacy
  • Keep voices to a level 1 or 2
  • Wash your hand thoroughly
  • Keep bathrooms neat
  • Report unsafe and unkind actions

Bus

  • Listen to adults and follow directions
  • Keep voices to a level 2
  • Use appropriate language
  • Face forward, stay seated
  • Take care of belongings and take them when you leave
  • Walk to and from the bus
  • Be friendly to others and encourage others to do the same
  • Say "hello" and "thank you" to your driver

Playground

  • Take turns
  • Be a good sport
  • Follow game rules
  • Use playground equipment safely
  • Follow rules for the playground
  • Include others when playing
  • Report unsafe and unkind actions
  • Use words to solve problems

Assemblies

  • Use whole body listening
  • Follow directions of adults
  • Be ready to participate
  • Enter/leave in a calm manner
  • Face forward and stay in your own space
  • Clap to show appreciation

Field Trips

  • Speak respectfully to adults and peers
  • Represent our school proudly
  • Follow bus rules
  • Stay with chaperone
  • Respond appropriately
  • Listen and watch


Positive Behavior Expectations for Middle School Students




Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Your Best

Classroom

  • Raise your hand when responding.
  • Be prepared with assignments that are due.
  • Be prepared with all materials and assignments that are due.
  • Communicate with your teachers about work when you have missed class.

  • Be prepared and ready to learn.
  • Take pride in your work.

Hallway/Bathroom Locker Room

  • Keep the shared areas clean and orderly.
  • Walk on the right side of the hallway and use appropriate volume and language.
  • Keep your lockers and belongings organized and secure.
  • Travel to classes within the designated time, and utilize hall passes efficiently.
  • Keep the bathrooms and locker rooms well kept.
  • Keep your hands off other people and their property.

Bus

  • Face forward and stay in your seat.
  • Keep the volume of your voice low and use appropriate language.
  • Listen to your bus driver at all times. They are responsible for your safety.
  • Keep all of your belongings in the seat and take them with you as you exit.
  • Say "hello" and "thank you" to your driver.

Cafeteria

  • Be courteous and patient as you wait in the lunch line.
  • Listen, be polite, and follow the directions of teachers and lunch monitors.
  • Bring your ID card to swipe and know your student number.
  • Keep your table neat and clean, and exit orderly when dismissed by an adult.
  • Create a positive community at your table.
  • Be kind and sensitive to the needs of all students.


Positive Behavior Expectations for High School Students
Respectful, Responsible, Aware!




Classroom

Hallways/Cafeteria

Common Areas

Respectful

  • Use appropriate language and volume.
  • Bee attentive.
  • Be punctual.
  • Respect others' personal space and property.
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Work hard.
  • Use appropriate language and volume.
  • Respect others' personal space and property.
  • Display affection appropriately.
  • Be a positive role model.
  • Be kind and courteous.
  • Dress appropriately.

  • Use appropriate language and volume.
  • Respect others' personal space and property.
  • Be considerate and tolerant of others.
  • Be patient.
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Use good judgment.

Responsible

  • Be responsible for your actions.
  • Follow class directions and expectations.
  • Be punctual.
  • Accept responsibility for your academic progress.
  • Accept positive and negative consequences.
  • Keep areas clean and clear.
  • Be responsible for your actions.
  • Keep areas clean and clear.
  • Follow all directions and expectations.
  • Accept positive and negative consequences.
  • Be responsible for your actions.
  • Follow all directions and expectations.
  • Model positive behavior.
  • Accept positive and negative consequences.
  • Keep areas clean and clear.

Aware


 Be aware of:
  • Personal boundaries.
  • The impact of words and actions on yourself and others.
  • Appropriate classroom behavior.
 Be aware of:
  • Personal boundaries.
  • The impact of words and actions on yourself and others.
  • Appropriate classroom behavior.
 Be aware of:
  • Personal boundaries.
  • The impact of words and actions on yourself and others.
  • Appropriate classroom behavior.
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