PBIS Expectations

 

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LOCATION

BE RESPECTFUL

BE RESPONSIBLE

BE READY

ALL SETTINGS

P      Respect all adults in the building and classroom (substitutes, teacher’s assistants. volunteers, speakers, etc.).

P      Respect everyone’s property.

P    Cell phones and electronic devices are to be turned off when entering the building.

P    No Gum

P    Books/supplies are to be with you or in your locker.

P    Listen and follow directions from all staff.

ARRIVAL

P      Remove hats when entering the building.

P      Turn off and put out of sight cell phones/electronic devices.

P      Keep hands, feet, comments, and objects to yourself.

 

P    Once on school property, stay on school property.

P    Use designated entrance.

P    5th  & 6th graders go to the 6th grade playground.

P    7th and 8th grade go the cafeteria or outside in front of the main entrance.

P    7th & 8th graders are to stay seated in the cafeteria.

P    Listen and follow directions from all staff.

DISMISSAL

P      Keep hands, feet, comments, and objects to yourself.

P      Be courteous when lining up for the bus – one person in front of another.

P    Use designated exit.

P    Leave school property within 10 minutes of dismissal (students may stay for participation in approved after school activities).

ASSEMBLIES

P      Applaud politely.

P      Keep hand, feet, comments, and objects to yourself.

P      Be an active listener and an attentive audience member.

P    Enter and exit in a straight line.

P    Walk on steps up and down bleachers.

P    Remain quiet.

P    Sit in designated area.

P    Take all trash an personal items with you when you leave.

P    Listen and follow directions from all staff.

BUS

P      Keep hands, feet, comments, and objects to yourself.

P      Line up in assigned bus line

P      Respect others - including the driver.

P      Respect property.

P      Use quiet voices.

P    Face forward.

P    Keep isle clear.

P    Remain seated.

P    Listen and follow directions from all staff.

P    Be there, be ready, and be on time.

 

  

 

August              School Wide Expectations


Classroom Expectations:
All teachers should teach their classroom expectations and procedures during the first full week of the school year.

 School-Wide Expectations: On the first two students day, the staff will be working together to teach students the established school-wide expectations throughout the different settings at CJHS. 

  • Cafeteria: all students will go through a station in the commons to practice how to come into the cafeteria for lunch, how to scan their thumb, get their tray, be seated, eat, use inside voices, be dismissed for recess, etc. 
  • I-Pad: all 6th-8th grade students will receive guidelines on I-Pad use. 
  • Nurse: all 5th grade students will meet with the school nurse. 
  • Restroom: all students will go through a station that demonstrates the expectations for use of the restroom 
  • Arrival/Dismissal/Bus: all students will go through a station that directs them on arrival, dismissal, and bus riding procedures. Bus riders will be shown their designated boarding and exiting points. 
  • Hallways: all students will learn the proper way to walk down the hall when moving from class to class. 
  •  Assemblies: all students will be instructed on where to sit, how to climb up/down the bleachers, the uni-clap, respecting guest speakers and expected behavior during assemblies. 
  • Classroom: all students will be shown the proper way to enter/exit a classroom, what is expected of them to bring to class daily and proper behavior while in class. 
  • Computer Lab: all students will be given guidelines for computer/internet use, treatment of equipment, and their responsibilities as a user. 
  • Library: all students will be instructed on how to check out books, return books, use OPAC, and proper library behavior. 
  • Lockers: all students will be instructed on the proper use, care and treatment of their lockers. 
  • Dress Code: all students will be instructed as to the schools expectations for proper attire. (and what NOT to wear)