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                                            Discipline Policy
 



Dear Parents,
 



In order for your child to have a successful Kindergarten year, I implement a system that promotes good work habits, encourages appropriate behavior at all times, and guide the students into making good choices. The following classroom rules have been developed to ensure that all learners will be successful in meeting the kindergarten requirements to advance to first grade.
 



Classroom Rules
 

1. Listen and follow directions.

2. Keep hands, feet, and objects to your self.

3. Use an indoor voice and work quietly

4. Raise your hand to speak

5. Be respectful to others and school property

6. Return all homework, neatly

7. Always try your very best 
 



If your child chooses to follow the rules, there will be Positive Consequences. However, if your child does not follow the rules, there will be Consequences.
 



Positive Consequence
 

1. Verbal recognition and praise
2. Stickers and/or stamps
3. Treasure Box
4. Privileges
5. Group points to get treats
 
Consequence for students who do not follow the rules:
 
Disruption                                            Consequence
1st Time............................................Verbal warning
2nd Time...........................................Name on board (stop and think about your 
                                                         behavior)
3rd Time............................................A sad face place next to your name ( student 
                                                         goes into the reflection area and a bad note is 
                                                         send home for parent signature)
 
Severe Offenses (fighting,....................Child given a bad note and send to the 
repeated bad language,                       Principal's office.
disrespectfulness, etc.)
 
These rules are made with your chil's best interest in mind.  Since you are the most important individual in your child's life, it is necessary that we work together to help him/her learn the best that he/she can.