I have two beautiful children. Peyton is four years old, and she will be attending the pre-K program right here at
The atmosphere at
1. We walk in school.
2. We raise our hand to speak.
3. We listen to the speaker.
4. We are kind to our friends.
5. We clean up after ourselves.
Students will find a behavior chart posted in the classroom. This chart will have a green, yellow, and red band, similar to a stoplight. Each student will receive a clothespin clip with his or her name on it. All students begin on green every single day. If students fail to follow the rules of the classroom, he or she will be asked to move his or her clip down to the next level. There is also a blue band at the top of the chart. If students go above and beyond to follow rules and procedures, and have a fantastic behavioral day, they are also able to move their clips up to blue as well. This signifies a “fantastic” day! There are consequences that correspond to the band that a child ends their day on.
If a child ends their day on:
Blue: This student had a FANTASTIC day! He or she went above and beyond today, and will receive a classroom dollar, along with a good note home from the teacher.
Green: This student had a GOOD day! He or she will receive a classroom dollar for staying “on green!”
Yellow: This student will have had a warning. He or she will not receive a classroom dollar at the end of the day.
Red: This student has been spoken to several times, and the behavior did not change. He or she will walk during recess, and will have a parent phone call home.
I am so happy to be working with your child this school year, and I very much look forward to collaborating with you as a parent to make this year a great one for all of us! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me any time!