Code of Conduct

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Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Crazy Sock Day Code of Conduct

The purpose of discipline in a school setting is to provide the structure and safety to ensure students are able to focus and achieve/ Behaviors that interfere with this structure must be addressed. It is the belief of the Mott School Community that most problems can be addressed within the school. With this in mind, Mott School has initiated a process for helping students to behave in ways that will ensure a safe and productive environment for all students.

 

BE RESPECTFUL              BE READY               BE RESPONSIBLE

 

  • Classroom Expectations

1. Speak quietly.

2. Show self-control.

3. Show respect.

4. Always do your best!

  • Hallway Expectations (Silent Hallways)

1. Walk quietly.

2. Keep an orderly line.

3. Stay to the right.

4. Show self-control.

5. Show respect.

  • Mott Cafeteria Expectations

1. Speak quietly.

2. Stay in your seat.

3. Raise your hand if you need something.

4. Leave your area clean.

5. Show respect.

  • Playground Expectations

1. Play safely.

2. Show self-control.

3. Show respect.

  • Restroom Expectations

1. Quiet area.

2. Show self-control.

3. Respect privacy.

4. Wash and dry hands.

Each class will develop a set of rules. A classroom management plan will be implemented by each teacher and a reward system will be used to reinforce and encourage appropriate behavior. If necessary, parents will be involved in the process when a problem cannot be resolved entirely within the classroom setting.

 If a serious problem arises, e.g. behavior which causes injury to another person,, the district discipline policy will be followed.

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