Behavior Management Plan

 

 
 

Class Expectations 

 

This code of behavior is an integral aspect of our classroom climate. It creates a positive and productive learning environment for students by preventing and effectively dealing with misbehavior. This plan consists of expectations, rewards, and consequences for students' behavior.

      

Listed below are our classroom expectations, rewards, and consequences.

 

Expectation 1: Be Responsible

  • Come to school on time and prepared to work.
  • Complete homework assignments.
  • Organize your materials.
  • Demonstrate appropriate cafeteria behavior.
  • Wear appropriate school uniform.
  • PROMISE TO ALWAYS DO YOUR BEST
Expectation 2: Be Respectful
  • Follow directions the first time given.
  • Display good manners.

Use appropriate language.

  • Practice acts of kindness.
  • Listen to other people's ideas.

 

 

 

 

          

 

Rewards:
This plan revolves around positive reinforcements, while promoting responsibility for ones actions.
  • Praise, Praise, Praise
  • Individual rewards
  • Lunch Bunch
  • Class Rewards (e.g. extended recess)
  • No Homework Coupon

 

Consequences:
     Should students decide to break the rules, there are consequences. The Behavior Management Log has a page designated for each student. When an entry is earned, the infraction will be specifically noted under the child's name along with the date and description of incident.

 

 

 

What does this mean?

At the end of every grading period, I count how many entries each student has for that nine week period. The following shows how this is translated into a letter grade for Conduct.

 

0-2 entries- A in conduct

3-5 entries- B in conduct

6-8 entries- C in conduct and an immediate parent notification 

9-12 entries- D in conduct, an immediate note home requesting a parent conference, and referral to the school counselor

13+ entries- F in conduct, notification of Administrator, Parent, Teacher Conference

 

*** An immediate entry may be necessary depending on the severity of the infraction.