Builta Elementary School

Indian Prairie School District 204

Responsibility Education


 

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN


STAFF: Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Sidhwa CLASS: Kindergarten


The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the cornerstone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY


RIGHTS  and RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.

I have the Responsibility to treat others with respect. 

 

I have the Right to be safe.  

I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe 

 

I have the Right to learn. 

I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 


EXPECTATIONS


RESPECT SELF

• Students will try their best.

• Students will use their manners.

• Students will follow directions.


RESPECT OTHERS

• Students will listen attentively to the speaker by having eye contact with them

and keep their hands to themselves.

• Students will use good manners with others through both language and actions.

• Students will travel in hallways and other common areas walking safely and

using a whisper voice when needed.


RESPECT PROPERTY

• Students will clean up classroom materials.

• Students will take care to keep public areas (i.e. bathroom) clean.

• Students will take care of their own belongings and the belongings of our

classroom.

• Students will use supplies appropriately.


TEACH / RETEACH: What do you want the students to learn?

How will you know they have learned it?

What tools do they need?

• Read picture books and discuss appropriate and inappropriate behaviors.

• Use class meetings to solve problems and create solutions for a respectful learning environment.

• Use puppets, role playing and modeling to act out respectful and disrespectful situations.

Follow with discussion if appropriate.

• Discuss benefits of the Keys to Respect. Question what would happen if we didn’t follow

Keys to Respect.

• Review classroom expectations and Keys to Respect as needed.


CELEBRATE

• Positive praise, special jobs and leadership opportunities

• Stickers and stamps

• Notes and calls to parents for being respectful.


CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

• Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

• Deliver a verbal warning. Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

• Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

• Conference with student. Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

• Contact parent to review problem and plan.

• Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

• Follow up with parents as needed.


An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed. Immediate

administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.


 

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN


STAFF:  Kerri Bruce, Maria Kalacinski CLASS:  1st Grade


 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the cornerstone for all behavior expectations at Builta.


RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY



RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES


I have the Right to be treated with respect. I have the Responsibility to treat others

with respect.

 

I have the Right to be safe. I have the Responsibility to help make the 

environment safe.

 

I have the Right to learn.         I have the Responsibility to do my best.


EXPECTATIONS


RESPECT SELF


I have the responsibility to always do my best.  


I have the responsibility to be attentive.  

 

I have the responsibility to follow directions.


RESPECT OTHERS


I have the responsibility to keep my hands and feet to myself.  

 

I have the responsibility to use good manners.  

 

I have the responsibility to listen to others.


RESPECT PROPERTY


I have the responsibility to put materials in their proper places.  

 

I have the responsibility to use materials appropriately.  

 




TEACH / RETEACH:  What do you want the students to learn?

How will you know they have learned it?

What tools do they need?

Students will learn to show respect.


Students will identify respect in others.

  

Teachers will observe students demonstrating respect.


Tools


         Modeling

         Cooperative learning activities

         Badger Keys to Respect

         Pre-teaching behaviors/consequences

         Books

         

       

         

CELEBRATE


Verbal encouragement and praise

Power Paw Tickets 

Individual acknowledgement – prize box

Classroom – reward for filling ticket box

All school activities  


  

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

 


Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices, as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

Deliver loss of privilege or natural consequence as needed in a matter of fact manner.

Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

Contact parent to review problem and plan.

Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

Follow up with parents as needed.


An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.


 

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF: Janet Gulick, Allison Wright

 

CLASS: Grade 2
 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the cornerstone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 

RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

 

RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES

I have the Right to be treated with respect. I have the Responsibility to treat
others with respect.
I have the Right to be safe. I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe.
I have the Right to learn. I have the Responsibility to do my best.
 

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

 Be prepared for class
 Complete daily work
 Do your best
 Follow directions
 Make responsible choices

 

 

RESPECT OTHERS
 Help others
 Work quietly
 Raise hand
 Work cooperatively
 Recognize personal space
 Move quietly through the hall
 Accept differences
 Be a friend

 

 

RESPECT PROPERTY
 Keep desk organized
 Sit with chair flat on the floor
 Use supplies properly
 Have pride in a neat classroom

 

TEACH / RETEACH What do you want the students to learn?

 

How will you know they have learned it? What tools do they need?
 Self reflection
 Class meetings
 Literature discussions
 Role playing
 Modeling

 

CELEBRATE

 

 Positive verbal reinforcement
 Power Paw Tickets
 Parent notification
 Community time on Friday
 Classroom celebrations
 Grade level celebrations
 All school celebrations

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING
 Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

 

 Deliver a verbal warning. Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

 

 Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

 

 Conference with student. Review expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

 

 Contact parent to review problem and plan.

 

 Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

 

 Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed. Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF: Mrs. Venkatesan, Ms. Hull, Ms. Ayers                                                              

CLASS: 3rd Grade

 

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 


RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY 

 

  RIGHTS                                                        RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.               I have the Responsibility to treat 

                                                                                   others with respect                        

I have the Right to be safe.                                         I have the Responsibility to 

                                                                   help make the environment safe
                                                                                                           

I have the Right to learn.                                            I have the Responsibility to do                                                                        my best

 

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

 

·         Be prepared for class by having homework and materials

·         Complete daily work on a timely basis

·         Do your best at all times

·         Listen carefully and follow directions

·         Make good choices

 

RESPECT OTHERS

 

·         Use appropriate voices for the activity

·         Help others

·         Raise hand when you need help or want to share

·         Work cooperatively

·         Recognize your personal space and honor the personal space of others

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

·         Chair flat on floor

·         Clean desk

·         Use supplies (yours and the school’s) properly

·         Have pride in a neat classroom

 

 

 

 

 

TEACH / RETEACH                     

What do you want the students to learn?

How will you know they have learned it?

What tools do they need?

 

·         Self-reflection

·         Class meeting

·         Literature discussions

·         Role playing

·         Modeling

·         Teach/review/practice  S-W-T

 

  

CELEBRATE

 

·         Positive verbal reinforcement

·         Power paw ticket/Rocket in LMC/assemblies

·         Parent notification

·         Community time on Friday

·         All school celebrations

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

 

 

·         Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

·         Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

·         Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

·         Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

·         Contact parent to review problem and plan.

·         Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

·         Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.

 

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF:  4th grade Team: Julie Mandru, Scott Jastrow, Janet Petruzzi

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the cornerstone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 

RESPECT YOURSELF    RESPECT OTHERS   RESPECT PROPERTY

 

 

                                                                                                                     RIGHTS                                             RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.               I have the Responsibility to treat others

                                                                                    with respect.

I have the Right to be safe.                                         I have the Responsibility to help make the

                                                                                    the environment safe.

I have the Right to learn.                                            I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

 
EXPECTATIONS:

 

RESPECT YOURSELF:

 

·         Be Prepared

·         Follow Directions

·         Do your best

·         Complete your work

 

RESPECT OTHERS:

 

·         Follow Directions

·         Keep hands and feet to yourself

·         Use quiet voice

·         Be kind

 

RESPECT PROPERTY:

 

·         Take care of belongings

·         Use equipment appropriately

·         Clean up after yourself

·         Recycle

 

 

 

 

 

TEACH / RETEACH:          

                                                                                                                                           

  • What do you want the students to learn?

·         Badger Keys to Respect

·         Badger Rights & Responsibilities

  • How will you know they have learned it?

·         Student is observed demonstrating listed Expectations (see above)

  • What tools do they need?

·         Teacher pre-teaching, reviewing and recognition of appropriate behavior.

·         Teacher and student stating and modeling behavior expectations

·         Participation in class discussions

·         Teacher facilitated Creative Problem solving with student

1.      Create positive relationships

2.      Focus on PRESENT behavior -ask student:  "What do you want?" “What are you doing?"

3.      Self evaluate behavior - ask student:  "Is what you are doing working?”

4.      Make a plan - ask student:  "Can you find a better way?"

5.      Make a commitment to the plan. - ask student:  "I will follow the plan."

6.      Follow up with observations and continued communication.

 

CELEBRATE:

 

·         Power Paw Tickets

 

·         Verbal encouragement:  "You can be proud of yourself", "good job", "way to go" etc.

 

·         Silent encouragement: such as smiles, pat on the back, High five …

 

·         Positive Parent Contact

 

·         Classroom Celebrations

 

·         School Wide Celebrations

 

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING:

 

·         Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

·         Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed; student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

·         Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

·         Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

·         Contact parent to review problem and plan.

·         Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

·         Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.

 

2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF: Laura Johnston, Richard Lyngaas, Steve Niezgoda   CLASS: Fifth Grade

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

RIGHTS                                                              RESPONSIBILITIES

I have the Right to be treated with respect.          I have the Responsibility to treat others                                                                              with respect.

I have the Right to be safe.                                   I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe.

I have the Right to learn.                                      I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

• Be prepared for school day with necessary materials

• Listen attentively with eyes on speaker

• Initiate and complete tasks

• Engage and take responsibility for your own learning

• Assess your own work

• Follow directions the first time

• Organize supplies and use correctly

 

RESPECT OTHERS

• Enter and leave classroom quietly

• Maintain and use own materials

• Congratulate and support classmates

• Use courteous conversation and quiet voices

• Maintain personal body space

• Listen attentively with eyes on speaker

• Cooperate with others

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

• Clean up after yourself everywhere

• Organize personal belongings and work space

• Handle school materials, equipment, and structures

with care and concern to maintain their good condition

 

TEACH / RETEACH                              

What do you want the students to learn?

How will you know they have learned it?

What tools do they need?

 

 

• Use the posted Keys to Respect in the Classroom for review and reminder

• Using "teachable" moments to refer to the Keys to Respect

• State and model behavior expectations

• Practice Stop – Walk - Talk

• Teaching lessons highlighting character trait of the month

• Conducting class discussion/meetings

• Sharing and discussing student behavior

 

CELEBRATE

• Power Paw Tickets

• Smiles and handshakes

• Notes/Letters

• Verbal encouragement in front of class and in private

• Celebrations-scheduled & unscheduled.

• Independent time for students to pursue appropriate individual activities

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

• Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or

verbally redirecting the student.

• Deliver a verbal warning. Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices

as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

• Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

• Conference with student. Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss

of privilege.

• Contact parent to review problem and plan.

• Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

• Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed. Immediate

administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language

or being a danger to self or others.

 

2016-2017  BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF:_Tami Rockey, Mary Schmitz, Jennifer Wills                      

CLASS: Art, Music, PE

 

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 

RESPECT YOURSELF  RESPECT OTHERS  RESPECT PROPERTY

 

 

            RIGHTS                                                                                                                                          RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.               I have the Responsibility to treat others

                                                                                                            with respect.

I have the Right to be safe.                                         I have the Responsibility to help make the

                                                                                                            the environment safe.

I have the Right to learn.                                            I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

 

·         I have the responsibility to always do my best. 

 

·         I have the responsibility to raise my hand if I have a question or need help.   

 

·         I have the responsibility to follow classroom procedures in specials classes. 

 

RESPECT OTHERS

 

·         I have the responsibility to respect my classmates and their abilities.   

 ·         I have the responsibility to listen quietly when my teacher or classmates are speaking.   

 ·         I have the responsibility to have appropriate hands and feet during instruction and activity. (KHFOOTY- Keep Hands, Feet, Other Object to Yourself)

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

·         I have the responsibility to use materials and equipment safely and properly.    

 

·         I have the responsibility to use materials and equipment only when instructed to do so.

 

·         I have the responsibility to leave the room better than I found it. 

 

TEACH / RETEACH:                     What do you want the students to learn?

                                                            How will you know they have learned it?

                                                            What tools do they need?

·         Review Badger Keys to Respect and Rights & Responsibilities

 

·         Verbal Reminders and Visual Cues 

 

·         Modeling and Positive Reinforcement

 

 

CELEBRATE

 

·         Positive Parent Contacts / Postcards

 

·         Power Paw Tickets / Stickers

 

·         Verbal Encouragement

 

·         Students earn class selected activity

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

 

 

·         Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

·         Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed; student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

·         Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

·         Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

·         Contact parent to review problem and plan.

·         Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

·         Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.

2016-2017  BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

 

STAFF: Mrs. Hartje                                            CLASS: Project Arrow

 

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 

RESPECT YOURSELF  RESPECT OTHERS RESPECT PROPERTY

 

 

            RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.              

I have the Responsibility to treat otherswith respect.

 

I have the Right to be safe.                                        

I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe.

 

I have the Right to learn.                                           

I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

 

·          Come prepared for learning 

 

·         Put forth your best efforts

 

·        Stay on task

 

 

RESPECT OTHERS

 

·         Use kind words 

 

·         Show cooperation

 

·        Be a team player

 

·        Treat others as you would like to be treated 

 

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

·          Handle and use materials properly

 

·          Return materials to the appropriate area

 

 

TEACH / RETEACH:                          What do you want the students to learn?

                                                                                How will you know they have learned it?

                                                            What tools do they need?

 

·          Review by modeling, discussing and acknowledging daily expectations.  This will be reinforced throughout the school year as needed.

·          Discuss behavioral contract with students.  These are signed by the students to acknowledge that they understand the classroom rights and responsibilities as well as class expectations.  They are placed in the Project Arrow folders.  (see attached)

·        The Badgers Keys to Respect will be posted in the classroom and referred to frequently.

 

 

 

CELEBRATE

 

·           Power Paw Tickets for specific respectful behavior

 

·           Notes and/or parent contacts

 

·          Verbal/nonverbal praise and encouragement

 

·           Coins for Kudos (see attached)

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

 

·         Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

·         Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

·         Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

·         Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

·         Contact parent to review problem and plan.

·         Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

·         Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.

 


2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF:  Laurie Mitrenga, Jodi Wojcik, Ellen DuFresne, Jane Jarosz, Cathy Felt, Jenni Dietlin, Jessica Coburn, Barbara Kaufman, Allison Wright, Pat Russow                               

 

CLASS:  ELL, RI, Special Education, Speech and Language, PT, OT

 

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

 

RESPECT YOURSELF   RESPECT OTHERS RESPECT PROPERTY

 

 

            RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES

 

I have the Right to be treated with respect.              

I have the Responsibility to treat others with respect.

 

 

I have the Right to be safe.                                        

I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe.

 

I have the Right to learn.                                           

I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

 

·          Be Focused

·          Be Prepared (have materials)

·          Listen

·          Appropriate hands

·          Continue to work while waiting for help

·        Be an active learner

·        Follow directions the first time

·        Appropriate voice level

 

 

RESPECT OTHERS

 

·          Enter and leave classroom quietly

·          Take turns and share

·        Congratulate and support classmates

·        Use courteous conversation and quiet voices

·        Maintain personal body space

·        Listen attentively with eyes on speaker

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

·         Clean up after yourself everywhere

·          Organize personal belongings

·              Handle school materials, equipment, and structures

       with care to maintain their good condition

·              Keep tables neat and clean

 

TEACH / RETEACH:                          What do you want the students to learn?

                                                                                How will you know they have learned it?

                                                            What tools do they need?

·        Use Keys to Respect to teach and reteach acceptable behavior

·          Using "teachable" moments to refer to the Keys to Respect

·        Modeling/teaching behavior expectations

·        Stating behavior expectations

·        Sharing and discussing student behavior

·        Use visuals to support instruction/readiness to learn/BSPs as appropriate

·        Expectations of transitions, between activities and between locations (class, region, buildings)

 
CELEBRATE

 

·         Power Paw Tickets

·        Stickers

·        Smiles and handshakes

·        Notes/Letters

·        Specific verbal encouragement in front of class and in private: such as,

        "You were focused on the lesson and contributed during class." 

·        Honor individual incentive programs

 

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

 

 

·         Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

·         Deliver a verbal warning.  Review expectations and behavior observed. Teacher offers choices as needed, student reflects and develops a plan to make a new choice.

·         Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

·         Conference with student.  Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

·         Contact parent to review problem and plan.

·         Check in - Follow up with student for self-assessment and review plan if needed.

·         Follow up with parents as needed.

 

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed.  Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language or being a danger to self or others.


2016-2017 BUILTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PLAN

 

STAFF: Mrs. De Farno                                        CLASS: LMC

 

The BADGER KEYS TO RESPECT are the corner stone for all behavior expectations at Builta.

RESPECT YOURSELF

RESPECT OTHERS

RESPECT PROPERTY

 

RIGHTS                                                    RESPONSIBILITIES

I have the Right to be treated with respect.          I have the Responsibility to treat others with respect.

I have the Right to be safe.                         I have the Responsibility to help make the environment safe.

I have the Right to learn.                            I have the Responsibility to do my best.

 

 

EXPECTATIONS

 

RESPECT SELF

• Do your best

• Expand your reading choices

 

RESPECT OTHERS

• Use quiet voice in the LMC

• Return books on time

• Walk in hallways not through LMC

 

RESPECT PROPERTY

• Take care of books

• Treat computer equipment with care

 

TEACH / RETEACH:

What do you want the students to learn?

• Badger Keys to Respect

• Badger Rights & Responsibilities

 

How will you know they have learned it?

• Student is observed demonstrating listed Expectations (see above)

 

What tools do they need?

• Teacher pre-teaching, reviewing and recognition of appropriate behavior

• Teacher and student stating and modeling behavior expectations

• Participation in class discussions

 

CELEBRATE

• Power Paw Tickets

• Accelerated Reader Certificate

• Verbal Praise

 

CORRECTION, SELF ASSESSMENT & STUDENT PLANNING

• Use redirection by attending to another student's appropriate behavior, giving a visual cue or verbally redirecting the student.

• Deliver a verbal warning.

• Deliver loss of privilege or penalty as needed in a matter of fact manner.

• Conference with student. Review / reteach expectations, student reflects and makes a plan, loss of privilege.

• Contact parent to review problem and plan.

• Follow up with parents as needed.

An administrator may be involved at any point in the correction process as needed. Immediate administrative involvement is required for behaviors including aggression, inappropriate language

or being a danger to self or others.


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Contact Us

Principal: Kim Stephens

1835 Apple Valley Road (map)
Bolingbrook, IL‎ 60490

Phone: 630.226.4400
Fax: 630.226.4401
Attendance: 630.226.4400 x3

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