Mar 27-31Being safe on the playground. That means keep hands and feet to yourself, follow playground rules, use all equipment and supplies correctly and safely and dress for the weather.
Being a learner in the classroom. That means be a positive risk taker, be prepared, work together, give full effort, and be an active participant.
Mar 6-9Being safe in the classroom. That means use walking feet, keep your hands and feet to yourself, enter calmly and use materials appropriately.
Being safe in assemblies. That means maintain personal space, use walking feet, keep exit lanes and doors clear, and use the proper exit.
Feb 6-10Being respectful in the lunchroom. That means use an inside voice, allow anyone to sit next to you, stay at assigned table and raise your hand for help.
Being safe in the hallways. That means use walking feet, keep hands and feet to yourself, enter the building quietly and stay to the right side of the hallway.
Jan 3-6Being respectful in assemblies. That means be a focused listener, clap appropriately and say thank you, keep eyes on the speaker and sit on your bottom.
Nov 28-Dec 2
Being respectful in assemblies. That means keeping your body still, eyes watching, ears listening, and not being distracted.
Nov 14-18Being a learner on the playground. That means be a problem solver and learn new games and activities.
Being safe in the lunchroom. That means use your walking feet, clean your area and use tongs at the salad bar.
Oct 31-Nov 4Being respectful in the bathroom. That means allow privacy for others, clean up after yourself and take nothing into the bathroom but yourself.
Oct 17-20Being respectful in all settings. That means treat others the way you want to be treated, follow adult direction, use polite language and help keep the school orderly.
Being respectful in the hallway. That means walking quietly so others can continue learning and keeping your hands to yourself.
Being a learner in the enter/exit lines. That means walking to enter/exit the school, use proper manners and leave only when an adult excuses you.
Being safe in the bathroom. That means one person per stall, flush toilets, keep water in the sink and use soap appropriately.
Being respectful in the lunchroom. That means using proper manners, manage your time to eat your food, say "please" and "thank you" and leave only when an adult excuses you. Also, use your peaceful inside voice.