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Phase II: Implementing:


Establish School Wide Expectations

Establish 3-5 school wide expectations/rules for positive behavior

  • Applies to ALL students and ALL staff in ALL settings.
  • No more than 5 rules should be specified.
  • All expectations/rules should be stated positively.
  • All expectations/rules should be comprised of a few c ommon words.

Teach expectations to students and staff

  • Develop a teaching matrix appropriate for the venue.
  • Access lesson plans through ThinkPort.
  • Provide booster sessions throughout the year before a rise in problem behavior is expected.

Code of Conduct:

   
     

Examples of Teaching Matrix:
 

Location

 

Classroom

Cafeteria

Bus

Hallway

Playground

Expectations

 

Use inside voice

Eat your own food

Stay in your seat

Stay to the right

Wait your turn

Respect Properly

Respect Properly

Recycle paper

Return trays

Keep feet on the floor

Put trash in cans

At bell return equipment

Respect Yourself

Respect Yourself

Do your best

Wash your hands

Be at stop on time

Use your words

Have a plan

 
     

 


Video clips from Dundalk Elementary that provide examples of school wide expectations:

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Video: Principal's explanation of school wide expectations part 1

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Video: Principal's explanation of school wide expectations part 2

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Video: Assistant Principal's explanation of school wide expectations

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Video: Students modeling school wide expectations

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Video: Teacher's description of classroom expectations

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