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Class list…………………………………………………pg. 3 Class schedule………………………………………..pg. 4 how we go home…………………………………pg. 5 pull out students…………………………………..pg. 6 classroom management plan…………………pg. 7 classroom procedures…………………………...pg. 10 school procedures…………………………………pg. 12 fire drill/lockdown procedures……………….pg. 14
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2011-2012 class list
Justino Christopher Carlos Gisselle Caleb Belem Jackelyn Natalie Agustina Lauren Jacklin Raquel Chase Baltazar Nadia Francisco Luis J’Kera 3
7:45-8:15 Morning Routine 8:15-9:05 Related Arts 9:10-9:55 content 9:55-10:55 math 10:55-11:45 reading workshop 11:50-12:15 Lunch 12:25-1:05 writing 1:05-1:25 word study 1:30-1:50 Recess 1:55-2:20 pack up/Read Aloud 2:20 Dismissal
monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday friday Art P.e. Music Library Explorations!!
Bus 550 Lauren Raquel J’kera baltazar
Bus 542 Justino Belem Luis agustina
Walkers Carlos Gisselle Jacke Chase Nadia francisco
Car riders Christopher (363) Caleb (609) Natalie (618) Jacklin (360)
Pull Outs & Schedule changes
Christopher Nadia Ms. osborne
ms. Smith ms. alley
Week A Tuesday (1:00-1:30) Esol Push in (time) Teacher:
Wellness lab Thursday (10:30-11:10)
Dates October 6 December 8 February 9 April 19
There are several rewards that I use in my classroom! At monaview we use PBIS, which stands for Postive Behavior Interventions and Supports. We have three school wide expectations:
Respect Yourself Respect Others Respect your environment
Individual Rewards Group Rewards Class Rewards
Students may earn Treasure If groups are showing The class can earn Lions Roars Tokens (Pride Paws) for cooperation, are following from other teachers and staff demonstrating the three directions, and just for following expectations. If they expectations we have at demonstrating good behavior, their earn a Lion’s Roar, they can Monaview. These treasure tokens pin can move a space on the earn a gem for the treasure are redeemable at the school treasure map. box. They may also earn a gem store. for following expectations within the classroom.
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In my classroom, we use the card
class rule or school wide expectation, they will turn a card. Students who homework, also have to turn a card. record their color in their PIRATE Binders. Colors of cards found below: At the end of the day, students are missing part or all of their
system. When a student breaks a
I am having a great Day!
Warning: Teacher & Student conference
No Recess! Parent contact
Silent Lunch! Fill out a Classroom Discipline report
Referral! Parent & Teacher
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Sometimes, behaviors occur that constitute an immediate referral.
Outline of major behaviors include:
Abusive/ Inappropriate Language Fighting Physical Aggression Insubordination Student Threat Disruption Harassment/Discrimination Property Damage (school) Property Damage (others) Vandalism Theft Other Verbal messages that include swearing or using words in an inappropriate way in such a manner that the learning environment is significantly disrupted. At least two students mutually engaged in serious physical contact (punching, kicking, scratching, hair pulling, hitting with object). One student making serious physical contact upon another (hitting, punching, kicking, scratching, hair pulling, hitting with object). Complete refusal to follow staff directions in such a manner that the learning environment is significantly disrupted and/or the students places his/herself in a dangerous situation. Student delivers a message (verbalized, written, drawn or gestured) toward another that conveys an act of intended injury or harm. Behavior causing a sustained and significant interruption of a class or activity. Repeated teasing, name calling, or other actions, as well as activities or statements intended to be offensive of one’s religion, race, heritage, color, and disability, including sexual harassment. Deliberately impairing the usefulness of school property. Vandalism). (different from
Deliberately impairing the usefulness of another’s student’s or staff member’s personal property. Participating in an activity that results in substantial destruction or disfigurement of property. Possession of, having passed on, or the removing of someone else’s property. Could include: possession (tobacco, pagers, laser pointers, drugs, or weapons)-arson--forgery--bomb threat--false alarms—extortion--computer use violation--leaving campus.
Morning Map/routine: As soon as students come in, they look on the board where the morning map is located and follow the procedures. They are as follows.
1. Pull lunch stick 2. unpack (turn in HW) 3. sharpen your pencils 4. copy your homework 5. use the restroom 6. get books for your book bin 7. begin morning work 8. read!
Take the lunch count and send it to the cafeteria on a sticky note with one of the student helpers. Example: Lining up: Pizza−9 1. Put all belongings away and Yogurt−2 off desk. Pbj−5 2. Push in chairs.
I take attendance based on the morning lunch count. Since you don’t have access to Power Teacher, just write the names of any absent students on a sticky note, and send it to the office with one of the weekly helpers.
Check to see if class is hallway ready! (Facing forward, mouths closed, hand by their side & shoes tied!)
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restroom: Students may not use the restroom during instruction time. I let students use the restroom during independent reading time and any other time where students are working independently. Of course, I make exceptions for emergencies. Pass around the bathroom bear to initiate restroom & water break. Students know the bear goes clockwise to each group. Computer use:
Students who finish work early may use the class computers. They may only get on Compass. During recess, students can take turns playing games on the computer at appropriate websites. They are not required to do Compass during recess time.
I only allow 6 students at a time in the class library. When students are checking out books in the morning, they must wait until there are 5 or less students. They only have about 4 minutes to check out as other students need to have a turn! Students spending too much time must return to their seats.
dismissal: Students pack up when we return from recess. Make sure they color their color on their homework agenda. Stack chairs. Clean up and make sure the floors are free of litter! Bus riders and walkers line up in the hall. Car riders check for their numbers and line up in the hall if it’s not on the screen.
If you need to use the phone, there is a staff list of numbers posted right next to the phone. (You just need to dial the 4 digit code when making calls within the district.) If you need to call out, you must press 9, punch in the number you wish to call, and then the school phone code: 0043 after the beep.
cafeteria: Line up students according to their lunch choice. We go through lunch line 1. The line leader will know where to go. The students may only enter the lunch line when the person in front of them has gotten their milk and silverware. Students may not go back through the line if they forgot something. During the first ten minutes of lunch, students eat on red cups, which means, no talking. After ten minutes, you can turn the cup to green and students may talk quietly to the others sitting beside and in front of them. When it is time to go, we use finger signals to indicate what to do. 1 finger means – trash on your tray. 2 fingers means – stand up behind your tray 3 fingers means – pick up your tray 4 fingers means – Lines may move to dump trays! (one line at a time) hallway:
Students must follow the school wide expectations while in the hallway. They must: * walk silently in a single file line with hands and feet in their own personal space * walk on the right side of the hallway on the colored row of tiles * facing forward! * go directly to and from their destination if they are walking alone
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Students must follow the school wide expectations while in the hallway. They must: * walk silently in a single file line with hands and feet in their own personal space. * walk on the right side of the hallway on the colored row of tiles * facing forward! * go directly to and from their destination if they are walking alone
Nurse (angela Williams):
If a student needs to visit the nurse, please just write a short note letting the nurse know the problem. If a student gets sick in the classroom, please contact Jimmy Street, the head custodian. If a child needs a band−aid, they do not need to see the nurse. We have those in our class safety bag. The class safety bag should go everywhere we go.
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Only go down the slide. Keep your hands to yourself. Do not climb on top of the monkey bars or in the tree. Use the swings properly. Leave woodchips, rocks, and others objects on the ground!
Fire Drill Procedures
Don’t forget the safety bag! The teacher is the last one out of the classroom. Follow one of the other 3rd grade classes! Walk quickly! Count the students when you get outside! There should be 18! If a student is missing, fill out the student locator sheet and hold the emergency book on red! Give the student locator sheet to Stephanie Smith. STUDENT ARE SILENT! Wait until the all clear is given and return to class.
(Possible situation outside the building) Principal will announce, “This is a partial Lockdown.” Principal will call District Hotline (355-8890) Procedure: Close classroom doors and windows, restrict visibility. Runners will lock all external doors to keep intruders outside the building. Stay in classrooms or lockdown area (if it is OK to move in the building, an announcement will be made) Resume business with the “All Clear” signal from the principal. Immediately, close classroom doors and windows. Doors need to be locked so they so not open from the outside. Close window blinds, curtains, restrict window visibility. All persons should sit on the floor away from windows and doors. Remain quiet. No cell phones or contact with the office through the intercom (nothing that would draw attention to the area) People Accountability will not occur during the lockdown. Anyone in a common area when the lockdown is announced shall move quickly to the closest secured area until the lockdown is over. The principal will announce “All Clear” and the normal school day can continue.
(Possible intruder in the building) Principal will announce, “This is a full lockdown.” Principal will call 911. Ms. Edge will call the District hotline (355-8890).
FYI: Full Lockdown is the result of a possible intruder. Partial Lockdown is the result of something in the area robbery, shooting, etc that would prevent us from going outside. During a partial lockdown depending on the severity we will announce if it is OK to move inside the building.
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