• "Whatever you are, be a good one." 
                                                                     -Abraham Lincoln
     
     
     
         Abraham Lincoln had many great ideas, but the above quote is one that I believe we can all apply to our everyday lives.  Please review the policies that I have set up for my classroom.  If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to call or email me. 
     
    Behavior Expectations
     
    It is my goal to have a classroom community where all children feel respected, safe and ready to learn.  I am very deliberate in setting up this environment at the beginning of September and remaining consistent throughout the year.  I have high expectations for children to perform at their absolute best, both academically and behaviorally.
     
    Class Rules
    1.  Be respectful.
    2.  Be responsible.
    3.  Be a risktaker.
     
    Rewards
    Caught Being Good tickets, Card party, Homework party, free recess
     
    Consequences
    First offense: Verbal warning, student "turns a card"
    Second offense: Written warning, student writes misbehavior on card
    Third offense: Phone call home, student calls parent and asks for advice on improving behavior