4th Grade Behavioral Expectations
Appropriate behavior is inculcated to ensure safety and order in the classroom as well as in society. Positive behaviors are strengthened through skill development.
“The more we practice, the better we get.”
“When we do the right thing, we have happy hearts.”
Character Counts Pledge:
To Be Trustworthy
To Be Respectful
To Be Responsible
To Be Fair
To Be Caring
To Be a Good Citizen
And to always have the Courage to do the Right Thing.
- Listen when speaker speaks.
- Follow directions right away.
- Raise hand and wait turn for teacher’s attention.
- Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
- Respect self and others.
- Praise from teacher (Verbal, High 5, Thumbs Up or Character Count coupon)
- Given additional time for indoor recess/activities.
- Phone call or note home informing parent of students’ great work including acts of kindness, cooperation, improvement, etc…
- Verbal warning
- Documentation in Planner
- Loss of classroom privileges or reduced recess time
- Phone call to Parent
- Lunch detention
- Reflection time outside classroom
- Behavior Contract
- Discipline Referral to Administration