CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE
  1. CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES A classroom must have a positive, safe, and organized environment in order for the children to be able to reach their fullest potential. Students will set academic and behavior goals,these goals will be used to encourage academic success and redirect misbehavior.

    Classroom Expectations/Code of Conduct These rules will be in effect at all times:
    * Be in your assigned seat/area when the teacher is ready.
    * Have paper, books, pencils and all needed supplies everyday.
    * Keep hands, feet, books and objects to yourself.
    * No profanity, rude gestures, teasing or put downs.
    * Follow directions of school staff and all times

    CONCEQUENCES We will be following a school-wide discipline matrix. Students will be aware of expected behaviors and the concequences  for not exhibiting these behaviors.

Level I Behavior 

Definition

Examples

Procedure

Behaviors that do not warrant administrator involvement and do not violate the rights of others.

  • Refusing to follow directions
  • Running
  • Yelling
  • Excessive talking
  • Refusing to do classwork
  • Not paying attention in class
  • Use of inappropriate language
  • Making inappropriate noises
  1. Inform student of rule violated.
  2. Describe expected behavior.
  3. Contact parent if necessary.
  4. Buddy Teacher

 

Level II Behavior 

Definition

Examples

Procedure

Behaviors that violate the rights of others or put others at risk or harm.

  • Arguing with teacher/talking back
  • Throwing objects on floor
  • Excessive talking
  • Refusing to follow directions on a regular basis
  • Continued use of inappropriate language
  1. Inform student of rule violated.
  2. Describe expected behavior.
  3. Send student to buddy teacher on grade level.
  4. Contact parent
  5. Possible Guidance/MTSS referral

 

Level III Behavior (Refer to Administration) 

Definition

Examples

Procedure

Behaviors that violate WCPS/EWE policies or violate NC policies or laws or are chronic Level II behaviors or require administrator involvement.

  • Continued disrespect towards adults
  • Continued profanity
  • Bullying/harassment
  • Pattern of aggression towards other students
  • Fighting
  • Throwing objects at others
  • Spitting or biting
  • Leaving assigned area w/out permission
  • Making racial, ethnic, religious, or sexual slurs
  • Possessing a weapon or weapon look alike
  1. Inform student of rule violated
  2. Describe expected behavior
  3. Complete Discipline Referral Form
  4. Contact Parent
  5. Send student to the office with Discipline Referral Form and attach all relevant documentation.