Second Grade's Classroom Discipline Plan
In our classrooms, we have high expectations for all of our students both in their academics and behavior. It is with those expectations that we require the following in order to provide a safe, welcoming environment where students can confidently learn and grow:
1. Follow directions the first time they are given.
2. Be kind and friendly to others.
3. Work quietly and stay on task.
4. Always do your best.
Students will have the opportunity to move their clips either up or down. Everyday students will start with their clips on green. For good behaviors they will be rewarded by moving their clip up to purple, or blue. For disruptive behaviors students will move their clips down to yellow, orange, or red. An explanation of the rewards and consequences are listed below.
Possible consequences for breaking a rule
o Lose recess time
o Write an apology letter
o Note, email or call home to parents
**Students will be sent directly to the principal for any severe disruptions.**
1. Receive a PEAK Pass at the end of the day: move clip up to purple.
2. Receive two PEAK passes at the end of the day: move clip up to blue.
Other Possible Rewards:
o Encouraging note or email to parents
o Prize from the class prize box
Whole class rewards:
Extra recess or free choice time
Party when they fill the party jar