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  • 1. Mr. Marshall’s Classroom Rules Coldwell 4A 2013 - 2014
  • 2. Why do we have rules? Rules lets you (the student in Mr. Marshall’s class) know what is expected. Rules set limits or boundaries on our behavior. Clear rules promote fairness and consistency in the classroom. Rules create a safe and effective learning environment.
  • 3. School Rules Everyone in this classroom, including Mr. Marshall is expected to follow all the rules and guidelines set forth in Coldwell Campus Guide. In addition, students in my class will follow my classroom rules.
  • 4. Classroom Rule Number 1 Follow directions the first time they are given.
  • 5. Classroom Rule Number 2 Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  • 6. Classroom Rule Number 3 I will not swear or tease.
  • 7. Classroom Rule Number 4 Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak or leave your desk.
  • 8. Classroom Rule Number 5 I will treat everyone and their property with respect.
  • 9. If you choose to follow the rules • You will make your teacher (Mr. Marshall) happy and he will let you know it • We will have stress-free learning environment • We will have a pleasant and orderly classroom atmosphere
  • 10. If you choose to break a rule First Time: Warning and Documentation Second Time: Parental Contact, Behavior Modification Plan, Lunch Detention Third Time: Disciplinary Referral Severe Disruption: Student will be sent immediately to the office.