Class Behavior System
Our class follows a positive behavior management system. This means, we focus on students successes, and encourage the positive behaviors. Children learn best through praise, love and encouragement.
Students will receive a STAR stick each time they are caught exceeding classroom behavior expectations. Once they receive four STAR sticks, they receive a Sparkle Stick that lets them redeem a reward. The class voted on rewards they would want, such as: free draw time, playdoh time, go noodle with a friend, or write with a pen as a few options.
Once the class earns 100 STAR sticks, we will have a classroom celebration. We also voted on these, which could be: pajama day, popcorn party, ice cream party, or extra recess as a few options.
If a child is not following classroom expectations, they may have a consequence. The first two consequences are a talk with the teacher. The third consequence is a change in classroom seat, change in lunch room seat, or change in where they play at recess. The fourth consequence is a note and/or phone call home.