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North Webster Lower ElementarySchool  Positive Behavior Support Overview

 

North Webster Lower Elementary School will follow the Student Code of Conduct and Discipline Matrix listed in the WPSB Elementary Handbook for students both in person and/or virtual. The WPSB Elementary Handbook may be found at www.websterpsb.org.  

 

EXPECTATIONS

CAFETERIA RULES

HALL RULES

PLAYGROUND RULES

RESTROOM RULES

BUS/CAR AREA RULES

 

Respect Each Other

 

Keep Hands to Yourself

 

Suit-Up

 

Use playground equipment properly

 

Use Paper towels and toilet paper wisely 

 

Keep all supplies in your backpack until you arrive home.

 

On-Target Make Smart Choices

 

Speak at a voice level 1

 

Follow The 

Stars

 

Listen to directions quickly

 

Use Toilets 

correctly

 

Stay on your Star

 

Celebrate Success

Own It!

 

Use Good Manners 

 

Use a Voice Level 0 

 

Play Fair

 

Dispose all items 

in proper places

 

Load Buses and Cars 

Safely

 

Kindness Show It!

 

Clean the table for the next person

 

Walk in line 

order

 

Take turns

 

Show privacy to others

 

Use good manners

 

Stay Safe At All Time

 

Walking Feet

Washing Hands

 

Walk Quickly 

And Quietly

 

Keep sticks, rocks, dirt and acorns on the ground

 

Only stand on the floor 

 

Follow Directions Quickly

 

Positive Behavior Reward System

Students are awarded CLASS DOJO points by any faculty and staff member at North Webster Lower Elementary for exhibiting positive behavior on our campus.  Positive behavior includes but is not limited to students complying with school expectations.  We issue DOJO points to encourage students to maintain proper behavior while at school which will help decrease the number of disciplinary behavior referrals.  Students will use DOJO points to earn weekly rewards.   

 

Rewards may include: 

  1. Popsicles 2. Popcorn 3.Extra Recess 

  2. Treat Trolly 4. Painting with the Principal 5. Dance Party

Students who consistently exhibit appropriate behavior will be recognized and rewarded periodically throughout the school year.  To receive the weekly rewards: Students must have an 80% positive rating at the time of the event. 

 

Minor Misbehavior– Behaviors that teachers handle.

First Offense: Conference with teacher and student 

Second Offense: Negative Dojo, parent contacted

Third Offense: Negative Dojo, parent/guardian/administrator conference held, and recess detention

Fourth Offense:  Major referral written.

  • Arguing

  • Eating/Drinking/Littering/Gum

  • Running in hallway

  • Horseplay that does not result in injury

  • Talking back to teacher

  • Disrespect (attitude – rolling eyes, shrugging shoulders, refusal to respond)

  • Dress code infractions – shirt untucked, no belt, sagging, etc.

  • Cursing – inadvertent, overheard remarks

  • Spitballs

  • Throwing paper or other objects that would not cause injury

  • Taking other students’ or teachers’ property.

  • Not having books, supplies, or assignments

  • Talking in class

  • Sleeping in class or head down on desk

  • Minor classroom disruptions where instruction and learning is temporarily interrupted

  • Late for class

  • Use of or in possession of electronic telecommunication devices (take up and turn into office)

 

Major Misbehavior - Immediately sent to office with write-up; Parent/Guardian notified

  • Disrespect (willful disobedience, complete refusal to comply with reasonable request)

  • Major classroom disruption where instruction and learning comes to a complete standstill

  • Horse play that results in injury

  • Cursing – directed towards another student or faculty member

  • Bullying

  • Weapons  

  • Possessing and/or using tobacco/matches/lighters

  • Possessing and/or using alcohol

  • Possessing and/or using drugs/drug paraphernalia/anything that mimics them

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Inappropriate Bodily Contact

  • Fighting

  • Throwing objects that could cause bodily harm

  • Theft

  • Skipping class

  • Gambling

  • Leaving class without permission

  • Dress code – not in uniform, refusing to comply with dress code

  • Striking a school employee

  • Threatening a school employee

  • Tampering with someone else’s food or drink

  • Initiating a false alarm