•       ~PATRIOT ACTS~       
     
    You might be hearing your child/children talking about “Patriot Acts” tickets or they may have already won a prize based on earning a “Patriot Act” ticket.  South Side Elementary has created a school wide behavior system.  Teachers are modeling with their students our South Side Student Expectations which are listed below.  As students are demonstrating these expectations, teachers are rewarding their efforts with a “Patriot Act” ticket.  Each week, the teachers place the tickets in our “Fishing for Praise” fish tank in the office for a weekly school wide drawing.  Please feel free to review these expectations with your child/children and help them earn their “Patriot Act” tickets. 
    Go Patriots!

     

     
     

     

     

    Be Respectful

    • Look at the person who is speaking
    • Speak kindly to those around you
    • Raise your hand when you would like to share
    • Listen to others and their point of view
    • Use your manners
    • Speak in class using an “indoor” voice
    • Treat others the way you want to be treated
    • Walk silently in the halls, unless spoken to by an adult

     

    Be Responsible

    • Take turns and share with others
    • Clean up after yourself
    • Use the bathroom correctly
    • Tell an adult if you see that someone is hurt or being unsafe
    • Take care of school and personal property

     

    Be Safe

    • Follow arrival and dismissal procedures
    • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself
    • Wear appropriate school clothes, shoes, and sneakers
    • Follow bus and school procedures
    • Follow cafeteria procedures
    • Follow playground safety rules

     

    Be Here and Ready to Learn

    • Arrive at school on time
    • Follow directions the first time they are given
    • Be rested and eat a healthy breakfast and lunch
    • Have all classroom materials ready
    • Complete class work in a timely manner
    • Pay attention while others are speaking
    • Complete homework and return it on time

     

    Have Pride in Yourself and Your School

     

     

Last Modified on October 16, 2009