Behavior Management

In Room 72 students are taught to take responsibility for their actions and to assist with solutions to daily problems. Parents will be called if a problem persists.  We will be asking for your help.  Working together we can maintain a positive, happy environment for our children.I use a “stick chart” system in the classroom.  As behavior becomes inappropriate the student will add a colored stick that corresponds to our rules chart.Your child will be bringing a “behavior calendar” home to show you how his/her behavior was for the day.  Please look at this and talk to your child about his/her behavior in school.  I ask that you please sign it at the bottom of each date and return it daily.

The following is a general key to the symbols on the calendar:

  • J -  good day.
  • K/L - bad day.

Second Grade Rules

1. Listen carefully. One person speaks at a time. Raise your hand if you have something to say.

2. Follow directions.

3. Hurting someone is not allowed.  Be kind with your words and actions.

4. Respect school and personal property.

  Rules teach positive social behavior, discipline and control. They provide guidelines for how one should act, and what kind of behavior is expected.