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Name: _________________________________________________

Mrs. Clingenpeels
Survival Guide
Welcome to Room 127!

Welcome to Mrs. Clingenpeels class! In order to expect and


anticipate a great year, lets go over some of the rules and
guidelines for school and class. As we review the guide, you will
notice an few Xs. Please put your initials next to the X after we read
each procedure.
Classroom Rules:
1. NO ELECTRONICS (cell phones, Ipods, mp3 players, games, ear buds,
headphones, etc.)
THIS IS A SCHOOL-WIDE POLICY.
2. Be respectfulto self and others (no name-calling, put-downs, etc).
DO NOT DISRUPT THE LEARNING PROCESS WITH WORDS OR ACTIONS!
3. Be in your seat with ALL class materials when the bell rings.
4. Keep, hands, feet, and ALL objects to yourself.
X __________

Grades:
Your grade will include: class participation, classwork/homework, quizzes,
labs/activities and tests.

X __________

Classroom Procedures:
1 Entering the Classroom
Students enter the classroom quietly and calmly. Get your binder and
begin
the warm-up/listed activity.
2 Calling Out / Talking During Class
Raise your hand if you have a question or comment. No calling out!
Be patient and wait your turn. Only work related conversations are
acceptable.
3 Chewing Gum / Food / Drinks in Class
You are allowed to have a CLEAR 16.8 oz. water bottledo not ask to
get a drink or to fill your water bottle during class. Snacks are not
permitted without permission.

4 Homework
Work not completed in class will be expected to be completed for
homework.
5 . Pencil Sharpening
There are sharpened pencils under the desk and in the bins by the student
resource cabinet. If you are not sure, please ask.
6 Answering the Phone
No student is supposed to answer the class phone. If I receive a call,
please
be respectful.
7 Late / Tardy
Enter quietly and hand in your pass if you have one. You get 2 freebees
before a referral is written.
8 Phones / Electronics
No phones, IPods, IPads, mp3 players, etc. in school. School policy will
be enforced.
9 Warm-Ups
Each morning you will have a warm up (activity, current event, critical
thinking or comprehension practice to complete).
Enter class and get started on the assignment immediately. If you finish
early, you should quietly read a book, magazine, or newspaper.
10 Absences
You should be in school every day. You miss valuable information
when you are out. If it is unexcused, you will receive a zero
for all graded work that day. Please be sure to bring a note for every
absence.
11 Paper Headings
Your name and the date should be written at the top right hand corner.
12 Early Work Finishers
Work on unfinished assignments. Read a book. Start on tonights
homework.
13 Bathroom Policy
There will be only one person out of the classroom at a time. Once I am
finished giving instructions, raise your hand and ask me to go to the
bathroom. I will sign your agendano agenda, no go! You must also sign
in
and out of class.

Classroom Procedures Continued:


14 Detention Policy
You will have 3 days to serve your teacher assigned detention. If you
cannot
serve it in time, you must make other arrangements with me.
15 Rewards
Behavior charts and work completion are reviewed regularly and rewards
are
offered frequently for compliance with school/work policies. Cumulative
rewards are offered on Friday
16 Visitors
Principals, administrators, substitutes, and other adults. You are expected
to
be on your best behavior when there are visitors in the classroom. There
will
be consequences for misbehaved students. I should be proud of you when
they leave. When there is a substitute, I am expecting you to treat him /
her
with respect.
17 Keep Your Area Organized
If you have any mess under or around your desk, you must clean it up
before
you leave. Your desk is your home when you are in my classroom. Take
pride it in.
18 - Dismissal
The bell does not dismiss you. I do.
19 Agenda
NO AGENDA, NO GO!
X __________

Mrs. Clingenpeels Survival Guide

The above procedures in my classroom are very


important. I am certain that you have the ability to be
successful and with this information you are prepared to
be successful in school. Please place the Survival Guide
in your binder/folder and keep it available. The school
agenda and this guide are valuable tools for successful
days!.
Next Step: Rip off the next page of the survival guide.
This page needs to be signed by you and your parent.
Please sign and return!
Please remember that there will be many papers to sign
throughout the year as we get involved in Job Crews, CHS
Creations (Mini-Business) shows, career fairs, bus travel
and other activities
I value your input and look forward to a great year!

PLEASE SIGN AND RETURN THIS PAGE TO MRS.


CLINGENPEEL (CHS, 127)

Now that we have reviewed all of the procedures in the survival


guide, I am confident that you will all follow these procedures. As
long as you respect yourself and others and follow the rules you will
succeed in this classroom! We work as a team in this classroom! If
someone needs help, I expect that you will help them! If I am
working with a student and another student needs help - you teach
them how to do it. Lend each other a hand!

Sign your name by the X below if you have read and understand all
of these procedures. By signing your name that is your PROMISE to
do your best in my class and follow the procedures in this
handbook!!

X__________________________________________________________________
I understand and will follow the procedures of Mrs.
Clingenpeels Class

X__________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardians Signature

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