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    • Cafeteria Procedures Ms. Mercer Fifth Grade – Nicholas Elementary
    • Why do we have rules and procedures for the cafeteria?
      • Pushing, shoving, and fist fights are not appetizing, and are not a good side dish for your meal.
      • Anger, and distress are bad for your digestion.
      • We all get along, because arguing is no fun!
    • What are the rules?
      • Use good body space
      • Do not talk
      • Get everything you need the first time
      • Keep things clean
      • Use good manners
    • Good body space
      • In line, leave space in front of you; don’t touch the person in front.
      • Sit with your feet on the floor, bottom on the bench, facing the table.
      • Keep your hands, feet, and other body parts to yourself.
      • Sit in your number order, do not move around!
    • Talk, talk
      • If you talk, it will get noisy.
      • If it is noisy in the cafeteria, you will stay there.
      • If you stay in the cafeteria, you will not get out on the yard where you can:
        • Sit next to who you want, and
        • Talk to whoever you want.
    • Get what you need the first time
      • When you go through the line, get all the food you want, the utensils you need (sporks), the condiments (ketchup, salsa) you desire, and your drink.
      • You can’t go back, so do it right from the beginning.
    • Keep it clean
      • Trash and food spills attract germs and disease (YUK!).
      • Eating in a trashed cafeteria is icky!
      • Keep your food on your tray.
      • Throw out your trash:
        • Wait until the trash can is by you – do not push your tray to the end of the table, or reach across to dump it;
        • Clean your area, including the table, bench, and floor.
      • You are responsible for throwing out your own trash!
    • Good manners means…
      • Using utensils (sporks) not your hands;
      • Chewing with your mouth closed;
      • Keeping your milk in its box – not on your tray;
      • Food belongs on your tray, or in your mouth, not:
        • On the floor, on your neighbor, on the table.
    • What are the procedures?
      • Lining up on the yard
      • Going into the cafeteria
      • Going to our table
      • Lining up for food
      • Getting food
      • Sitting down
      • Eating
      • Cleaning up
      • Dismissal
    • Lining up on the yard and going into the cafeteria
      • Line up on your number on the yard facing backwards, away from our class.
      • Keep your hands feet, and other body parts to yourself.
      • Wait for the teacher to direct the line to the cafeteria.
      • Do not touch the tetherball on the way in
    • Going to our table
      • Stay in number order, and keep your hands, feet, and other body parts to yourself.
      • Go to our table, and sit down
      • Stay silent, and use good body space.
    • Getting in line for food
      • Wait until you get the signal from the adult in charge.
      • Stand up
      • The row closest to the door will go first, then the next row will join the end of the first row until everyone is in line.
      • Follow the blue taped line on the floor to the food line.
      • Stay silent, keep your hands, feet and other body parts to yourself.
    • Getting your food
      • Pick out your food.
      • Get any ketchup or salsa while you’re in line
      • Get your milk and your spork
      • Quickly get your salad
      • There will be no return trips, so get what you need now.
    • Sitting down and eating
      • Return to your seat, and sit down using good body space
      • Enjoy your meal, with good manners
      • Remember, the quieter and quicker you are, the sooner you will get on the playground.
    • Cleaning up and Dismissal
      • You are responsible for throwing out your trash, and cleaning your area (the table, bench, and floor)
      • Sit silently facing forward, and wait to be dismissed.
      • When you are dismissed, walk out silently
      • Do not scream, run, or yell on the way out.
    • Why should I care?
      • Good manners make a meal more pleasant.
      • Good manners will impress adults and others.
      • You will get on the yard quicker.
      • You may earn rewards for your good behavior.
    • Conclusion
      • The more your follow the rules, the quicker you will get to the yard.