Our Class Behavior Plan

OUR CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR PLAN

The “PAWS” acronym will serve as a standard for expected behavior in our classroom & school.


PRACTICE KINDNESS

A ACT RESPECTFULLY

W WORK RESPONSIBLY

SAFETY


We will be using a Weekly Behavior Plan Chart in our classroom.  This is a new “Jump” or change to previous years. Each day when students follow the PAWS way they will color in the stars next to the letters on their charts at the end of the day showing they have displayed the expected behaviors.  After 2 kind reminders students will not be able to color their star in that area.

  • Students will color stars next to the letters representing the behavior they displayed that day, at the end of the day.

  • Parents will ask their child daily how many stars they ended up at the end of the day.

  • Praise them when appropriate, and/or discuss the PAWS area that requires better choices or improvement.

  • The daily behavior chart will be sent home at the end of each week, in the Friday Folder for you to review, and to be signed and returned.

  • All students will start each day a clean slate or with the opportunity to color in all their stars.


Behavior Incentives are….

  • Daily school staff and teachers will hand out PAWS tickets to students “catching them doing the PAWS way at school.

  • IN our classroom, a Weekly drawing from the PAWS ticket basket, students can pick an item from Treat, Treasure, or Privilege 

  • School wide, every week a drawing will be held from the weekly collection of PAWS tickets..  

  • Every month in our class a student will be chosen as EXCEPTIONAL OR IMPROVED behavior and receive a Principal charm placed on their PAWS necklace.

  • Monthly, all students exhibiting PAWS behavior (without office referral) will earn a monthly charm on their necklace and be treated to a positive fun  activity time sponsored by the PTO


Consequences for Behavior Problems

  • First 1-2 verbal kind reminders

  • More than 2 kind reminders, student is unable to color a star representing behavior not displayed.

  • Next negative behavior continues that day, teacher and student review PAWS and make better choices/or use and a Think Sheet is filled out to be signed by the parent/s and returned the next day.

  • Also, we will use Logical Consequences when appropriate to Teach, not punish. 

  • When the negative behavior has not improved over time, a parent meeting or phone call  is made to discuss how to help the child improve behavior.

  • An individual plan may be developed to help your child develop positive PAWS behavior.


Striving to be Lifelong Learners!


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Practice Kindness                Act Respectfully                Work Responsibly                     Safety


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