2004 6th Grade Discipline

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2004 6th Grade Discipline

  1. 3. Incidents   Fighting (1) Physical Contact (2) Bullying (5) Bullying (5) Inappropriate Language Destruction of Property (1) Destruction of Property (1) Playground Physical Contact (5) Physical Contact (3)   Inappropriate Language (5) Inappropriate Language (3) Vandalism (4) Following Directions (8) Following Directions (6) Bullying (4) Disrespect to Driver (4) Disrespect to Adult (4) Bathroom Bus Classroom
  2. 5. To be a positive role model for younger students Sitting with younger students Demonstrating: Seat to Seat Back to Back Appropriate Language and Volume
  3. 6. Classroom Raise hand to get permision to speak, leave seat or classroom. The Teachers directions are the law!
  4. 7. Recess, Bathroom, Hallways Complete activity as intended. The teachers will assist by monitoring your performance.
  5. 8. Why is it important to be a good role model? Your goal should always be to leave something better than you found it.
  6. 9. If you chose to not live up to these expectations: You are choosing to not be a part of your class.
  7. 10. Lunch Detention Location 1. Mr. Payment's Office 2. Nurses Office 3. Sick Room 4. Lunch Detention Room 5. Mrs. Musyt's Office
  8. 11. Lunch Detention 1. Bring no work, just lunch. 2. You will be given paper and pen. 3. You will write an essay -one side of page -medium size, legable writing -no spelling, grammer or punctuation errors.
  9. 12. Lunch Detention Once completed to my satisfaction you are done with detention. Your lunch detention will continue until I tell accept the essay
  10. 13. In School Suspension 1. Mr. Payment's Office 2. Nurse's Office 3. Sick Room
  11. 14. In School Suspension Daily work will be completed. Essay filling up both sides of paper. (Same guidelines as Lunch Detention)
  12. 15. Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude. -Zig Ziglar

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