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raclark

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High School Physics- 6 classes per day

First Week of School-

DAY 1- (Short 20 minute class)  I will greet students at the door and assign them a seat.

Classroom Management:

1.  Introduce Bell Work Procedure

                Check white board for Bell Work assignment and get handouts

                Sit in assigned seats

                Start bell work assignment

2.  Teach 4 Important Procedures

                Entering the class (Bell Work Procedure)

                Quieting the Class- Mrs. Clark’s Bell rings once, finish your thought and get ready to listen.  I will wait to speak until everyone is quiet.

                Mrs. Clark’s Bell rings twice- Stop talking immediately

                Cell Phone Policy- No Cell Phone use in class.  Place cell phone in cell phone bag as you enter the class.

                Dismissing the Class- Check that everything is in place before leaving.  I dismiss the class. Have a nice day!

Instructional Program:

1.  Bell Work

                Make a name tent

                Read over the course information sheet and safety contract.

2. Welcome and Introductions

                Teacher Introduction-

                Student Introductions

3.  Course Information and Safety Contract-  Get parent signatures tonight.  Bring the signed forms back in by Friday for a Physics Cash.

4.  Closure/Dismissal- I will be by the door and dismiss the class. Pick up phones on the way out.

 

Day 2:

Greet students at the door.   45 minute class today.

Classroom Management:

1.  Reinforce Bell Work Procedure

2.  Reinforce Quieting the Class

3. Reinforce Cell Phone Policy- No Cell Phone use in class.  Place cell phone in cell phone bag as you enter the class.

4.  Teach Classroom Procedures:  Daily Assignments, Missing Work, Turning in Papers, Signing Out of Class, Student Supplies, Tardies.

5.  Teach Lab Safety Procedures

5.  Reinforce Dismissal Procedure.  I dismiss the class. Have a nice day!

Instructional Program:

1.  Bell Work

                Put up name tent and pick up name game handout and fill out.

2. Welcome Back

                Teacher Introduction- Short Powerpoint presentation.

                Student name game

3.  Course Information-  Get parent signature tonight.  Bring the form back in by Friday for a Physics Cash.  Go over the course details. Materials, Grading, Rules, Safety, Cell Phones.

4.  Classroom Procedures- Take Notes and Turn In.

5.   Safety Video & Lab Tour- Create a map of the important safety features of our lab.  Keep the map for the safety quiz.  Take notes on the back of the lab map.

6.  Closure/Dismissal- Return chromebook to cart.  I will be by the door and dismiss the class. Reminder to bring signed paperwork by Friday.  Safety quiz on Thursday.  Pick up Cell phones.

 

 

 

Day 3:

I will greet the students at the door.

Classroom Management:

1.  Reinforce Bell Work Procedure

2.  Reinforce Quieting the Class

3. Reinforce Cell Phone Policy- No Cell Phone use in class.  Place cell phone in cell phone bag as you enter the class.  Cell phones will be turned in to the office if they are out during class.

4.  Reinforce Class Procedures- Kahoot?

4.  Teach test taking procedures.

5.  Reinforce Dismissal Procedure.  I dismiss the class. Have a nice day!

Instructional Program:

1.  Bell Work

                Pick up testing divider. 

                Pick up a Chromebook.    Follow instructions to log in to Chromebook and Moodle. Fill in the Student Information sheet at the provided link.          

2. Take Safety quiz on the Moodle.  Use Password on the board.  Close lid when done.

3.  Place safety diagram in the middle of the table. After everyone is finished, turn in Safety diagram using the turn in procedure.

4.  Class procedure Kahoot.

6.  Closure/Dismissal- Return chromebook to cart and turn in the testing divider. I will be by the door and dismiss the class. Reminder to bring signed paperwork by Friday.  Pick up Cell phones on the way out.

Rebecca

 

mewisl

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First Day of Class (My 1st day is a ½ day-timing based on our recommended times for introducing Daily 5)

Meet students at the door.  Ask students to tell you their name (unless I already know them) and give them a premade tag and have them draw a card (the card will tell them where to sit. I have a very untraditional class. I have rafts, tents, and tunnels for children to work in.)

Instruct them to enter the room and to keep all supplies with them and to get a clipboard from the box and begin the activity.

At the tardy bell, enter the class and monitor the students. Speak to as many students as I can and sort out their supplies-make homework folders as I do.(My record is 4).

At 7:50 stop children by ringing a bell. Instruct children to stop, put their crayons or pencil back in their boxes, and come to the rug with their clipboard when their name is called.

Instruct them that every day they will hear that sound and that means to come to the rug. Take attendance at this time.

Say--Today we came by our names so that I could learn their names better and we will continue this until I have all their names down without looking at a tag or list.

Say:--My name is Mrs. Mewis.  I will be your First Grade teacher this year.  This year, is going to be a great year for learning.

Say—We will now get ready for morning announcements. 

Tell them what you expect during morning announcements. Model correct behavior during announcements.

After announcements:

 Say -- The 1st thing I want to tell you about today is that it is going to be an unusual day since we have so many supplies to take up and put away. I would like to take up supplies now with your help. I know many of you are not finished with your paper.  I would like you to return to your work area when I ring the bell and continue working.  I will come to each of you individually and show you where to put your supplies. (This will mirror the student conferences I will do every morning during warm ups).

  • Ask a student what the directions were.

  • Ask a student to tell you what they think they will do if they hear the bell after they began working.

  • Clarify any misconceptions.

  • Ring the bell.

  • As students are working go to students and sort supplies.  Everyone.  After doing about 5 students(which should be about 5-6 minutes), ring the bell.

  • Have students repeat procedure for coming to the rug.

  • When they return to the rug, tell them that now I will show them how we will turn in papers. 

  • I will call them by name and check their names off the list.

Mini Lesson –Rules 6-7 minutes

Say-- Let’s talk about our class rules and consequences.

  • Discuss rules.  Why do we have them? What are they?  What are consequences?

  • Create a poster of rules.

    • Give students a blank piece of paper.

    • Show them how to fold it into a book. Tell them they are going to make a picture book to help them remember the rules of the class and consequences.

    • Tell them when they hear the bell they should return to their work area.

Ring the bell. Finish gathering the last of the supplies.

Again after about 5 minutes ring the bell and bring them back to the rug.

 

 

Mini-Lesson Entering the Class 6-7 minutes

Say—I would like to talk to you about how to enter our classroom.

  • Greet me and pick a card.

  • Put your backpack in the bins marked girl’s and boy’s.
  • Put your homework folder in the bin by the door.
  • Put sack lunch kits in correct basket.
  • Go to the bathroom if you need to, pick a clipboard, and get a sharpened pencil from the cup.

  • Begin working.

Say--To make sure that everyone understands how to get started in the morning, we’re going to line up outside of the room and practice walking back in, getting out pencils, and putting up our backpacks and our folders. 

Please stand up, and line up outside the classroom.

After entering the room, monitor the students as they work.  After 10 minutes ring the bell, students should know to come to the rug with their clipboard. 

Repeat procedure for turning in work.  If it goes well, begin next mini lesson.  If it doesn’t go well, repeat.

Begin mini-lesson.—Rug Behavior. 5-7 minutes

       Say—How do you think we should act when we are on the rug together?  Guide discussion to include how to sit, raise hands, wait our turn, getting my attention, and sharing with a partner.

  • Group students into pairs.  Tell students they are going to discuss the appropriate and inappropriate behaviors for the rug with their partners.

  • Have one person from each group pick a work area card.

  • Tell them when you ring the bell, students should go to that area and begin.

  • Ring the bell.

  • Give students a few minutes to discuss the appropriate/inappropriate behaviors on the rug with a friend.

  • After 5 minutes ring the bell and students should return to the rug.

Debrief 2 minutes about rug behavior.  If students seem to understand begin next mini lesson.

Mini Lesson-How to line up for lunch. 5-7 minutes

       Explain to students how they will line up for lunch.

       Practice lining up. 3 times(more if needed)

Mini Lesson—Hallway Behavior

       Lead a discussion of hallway behavior.  Begin with asking them what they know about how to act in the hallway.

       As students talk, make a poster of what they say.

       Tell students that we are going to practice lining up for lunch. Then lead students on a hallway walk and then to lunch.

 

When students return, gather them at the rug again. 

Mini-Lesson-Dismissal procedures

       Lead a discussion on dismissal.  This will take more time the first week because I will have to put tags on each child individually.   

       Show them how we will pass out folders and get backpacks. 

       Introduce the Classroom Cleanup Crew.  The Classroom Cleanup Crew will make sure that all supplies are put back correctly.

After the room has been checked, read Junie B. Jones.

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First day plan
Headstart four year olds

Before class:
Cubbies are labeled with student names
Needed paperwork is organized for parents
Baskets are provided for papers to be turned in
Breakfast, puzzles, color sheets are placed on tables

Greet students and parents at the door. Welcome them into the classroom, reminding parents that after today, students will say good bye at the door. Direct students and parents to leave backpacks and supplies in cubbies. Invite students to eat breakfast at their table. When they are finished with breakfast, they may choose a puzzle or coloring sheet.
As breakfast is being finished, explain morning procedure to students. From now on, students will gfeet me at the door, put away backpacks, wash hands, and get their own breakfast. One or two students will demonstrate (with teacher or IA help).
Move to carpet. Introduce carpet expectations. Sitting inside one's own square, not touching neighbor, facing teacher. Students have already met teacher & IA at back to school night and home visits, so remind them of our names and show family photos.
Sing a fun song, usually 5 little monkeys, and encourage moving with the music.
Introduce book, Hooray or Pre-k. Read aloud and discuss similarities to our school day.
Explain bathroom procedure. (We have one in class, so students may go as they need during center times.)
Point to class schedule and explain its parts.
Explain to students that my job is to keep them safe, but that I will need them to help me. Discuss using kind words and keeping hands to ourselves.
Teach procedure for lining up. Practice making a line, walking in a line, and following the teacher. If time allows and children are successfully following, take a short walk around our building and playground.
Practice crossing the driveway to get to the cafeteria.
Teach cafeteria expectations: quiet talking, choose foods and carry own tray, clean up own space before we leave. Tour cafeteria and practice getting a tray and sitting in our class area. Practice standing, cleaning space, and lining up.
Go to lunch. Remind students what they just practiced and help them be successful.
Return to classroom. Discuss playground safety with Monster's first day of School story. Teach my expectations for recess and lining up when I call.
Go to recess.
Return to carpet. Read Pete the Cat's School Shoes. Explain that we will be reading this again soon & doing fun Pete activities.
Teach nap procedure: quickly and quietly getting mat and blanket, using the bathroom, not disturbing neighbors. Explain what to do when nap is over: lights will come on, mats and blankets will be put away, snack will be available.
Nap.
Snack is available when nap is over. As students finish snack, encourage them to color their first day of school certificate to take home. Provide puzzles when this is finished.
Say good bye to students as parents sign them out. Thank them for a great first day.

*Our classes begin on thursday, so we spend the first two days very similarly. This is the first time many students have been away from their families, so each day's pace is set by the comfort of the class as a group. After the first day, we teach a new procedure and a new center each day. (Friday we will learn handwashing and the pretend center.) Each day builds on the day before until we have mastered the entire classroom.
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First 3 Days of School (8th Grade Computer Lab – College and Careers Class)

The Day Before School:

  • I make number cards for each of my 25 computers using brightly colored, laminated numbers.
  • For each student in each of my 7 classes, I will make a tent with their name and the number of their computer workstation. ‘
  • I will put each class in an alphabetical seating chart.
  • Update my Power Point explaining what the class is and how it works (using the guidelines from the Wong Classroom Management Book) – simple slides with few distractions!
  • Update my “About Me” Power Point.

 

First Day of School:

  • I will stand at the classroom door and greet every student with a “Good Morning! I’m so glad you are here!”
  • Our agenda today will be on the whiteboard as they enter the classroom:
    • Find their name tents and corresponding computer number and be seated.
    • Fill out the slip of paper on their desks (questions will be:  their name or nickname they would like for me to use,  email address,  and a checklist of what computer programs they are familiar with.

Agenda:  Day 1 – WELCOME TO COLLEGE AND CAREERS!

I’M SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE! J We will not log in to the computers today.

Things We Need to Do Today:

  1. Find your name tents and matching computer number and be seated.
    1. Fill out the slip of paper on your desks (questions will be:  their name or nickname they would like for me to use,  email address,  and a checklist of what computer programs they are familiar with.
    2.  Attendance – Please make sure you are in your assigned seats.
    3.  Schedules.  I will give you 5 minutes to look at your schedule.
    4.  Lockers will be assigned today in 2nd period.
    5.  We will go over the bell schedule, the tardy policy, things that are new this year.
    6.  A little about our new class:  College & Careers  - This activity-based career development course provides a link between the high school and middle school to ensure each student is prepared for and understands their options and opportunities in high school and after.

 

Some of the things we will do in our class this semester:

-Develop a 4-year graduation plan

-Research careers

-Create a “Career Cruising” portfolio

-Learn about education opportunities after high school.

-Explore careers using online programs such as Whyville and Career Cruising

- Use Microsoft Office programs to create presentations, letters, resumes and more!

 

Second Day of School:

  • I will stand at the door and greet students by their first names.
  • Students again see that the day’s agenda will be on the whiteboard. (I use these same procedures every day of the year)

    Agenda:  Day 2

Things to Do Today:

1.   Attendance

2.   We will discuss class procedures:

a. Entering the class

b. Getting students’ attention (I ring bell once, students end conversations; I ring bell twice, everyone is quiet)

c. Lunch procedures (4th period only)

d. Discuss computer lab rules:

    1.  Do not change the desktop background.

    2.  Do not download anything unless instructed to do so.

    3.  Do not log off your computer until 3 minutes before the end of class.

    4.  Do not touch other people’s computer, keyboard, mouse or monitor.  First time, warning; second time, written     warning; 3rd time - lunch d-hall; 4th time – parent contact/referral.

    5.  Stay in your chair until the dismissal bell.  Clean up your area.

    6.  No food or drink.

e. Restroom passes and filling out restroom log.

f. Discuss school dress code, discipline policy and hallway etiquette.

g. School Safety Plan (fire drills – exiting the classroom)

h. Review and recap procedures from day 1.

3.  Stay in seat until dismissal bell rings – Have a great day!

Third Day of School:

  • I will greet the students at the door.
  • Agenda will be posted on the white board.

Day 3

Things to do Today:

1.    Attendance

  1. Mrs. Goodman’s “About Me” PowerPoint
  2. Log in to computers
  3. Saving files to student “U” drives.
  4. Create personalized header for documents.
  5. Introduce “Drop it to Me” (submitting work electronically)
  6. Review classroom procedures.
  7. Last 3 minutes of class: log off computers, clean up work area, stay in seat until bell rings.
  8. Have a wonderful day!  I will see you tomorrow!

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Script for First Day Check-list
welcome to my classroom - smile, shake hands interact with all students-welcome them!
Say - I am so glad that you are here today, we will have fun, but we will work hard!
We will talk about things you already know and you will learn a lot about writing that you do not know.
Who am I and who are you activities
What I expect from you and what you should expect from me
Classroom expectations
Where we keep our things
Our schedule
Homeroom expectations
Period 1-5 expectations
What do we do with our journals, how we use them, how are they scored and where do we store them.
Where can you find information about homework, weekly announcements, etc.
How should you communicate with me.
How should your parents communicate with me,
How do I pick up my late work, if I miss school
What we will learn and why
How we will journal. Work in skills book, use the text book, use the tools we have available.

What to do when you have a sub
I will probably spend the first week solid on procedures and expectations. We will discuss questions that the students may have will go over specific examples. I will give the students time to share and to ask questions.
I wNt to always close with a thought for them to carry with them when they leave

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Before class begins
*meet each student at the door and welcome them

During class
*Eyes
-students will respond with eyes
(We will go over how when prompted with eyes how they are to turn their attention to the speaker and give the, their full attention. We will practice this several times.

I will introduce myself and tell a few things about myself and how I am excited to start the new year school year with them. (Since there will 2 coaches together , the other coach will also introduce the self.)

Class rules
1. Be respectful to yourself
2. Be respectful to others
3. Be respectful to the building and equipment
4. Do your best

Go over procedures:
Entering the gym
Getting dressed
Going to roll call so that we can take attendance while they start stretching
-parental notes and how to turn them in
Explaining going into small and practicing it
Leaving the gym (bell does not dismiss) and how to leave locker rooms

Homework:
Handout the rules and information sheet...this is to be signed by student and parent. There a place on the sheet for the parent to let us know anything regarding their student medically (asthmatic, allergies, etc. ) also for the parent to agree or not to agree that their student has permission to go down to the fitness center through the school year.

I will go over that we will use Remind and how to sign up for it.
Normally we have about 45 minutes per class period.
Anything that we are not able to cover we will continue for the next day. Our schedules are not finalized until about the 2nd week.
Fun activity-1,2,3 show me what you got. (They love this).

2nd and 3rd day
Procedures: bad weather, fire, lock down, tour of the gym and locker rooms, show where coaches offices are located, restrooms, using restrooms when they come in to get dressed (discuss lockers and locks)

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1ST DAY WARM UP:

1.) Please quietly find your assigned cubby

2.) Place all school supplies in your cubby

3.) Hang backpack on a hook

4.) Return to seat and get a notecard from the center of your table and begin writing something important you want me to know about you.  Please write your name on this card, use the name you want me to call you this year.

5.) When you finish your notecard, please get a Student Handbook from the center of the table and start reviewing it.  You will get a chance to ask any questions you might have about the handbook, so look it over carefully.

WELCOME SPEECH:

Welcome, Class.  My name is Ms. Zermeno and I am your Science and US History teacher this year.  We have so many adventures to go on and exploring to do, I can’t wait to get started. The planet Earth is an amazing, living object with so much to offer, beautiful landscapes, vibrant sunrises and sunsets, vast oceans and life of all kinds linked miraculously in ways that ensure life will go on.  When we finish this year, you will have a strong knowledge of why we see what we do and what causes those things to occur and shape every day of our lives.

Even closer to home, the story of our country is one of the greatest stories ever told.  From the Sons of Liberty to the soldiers and leaders of WWII, our star spangled banner was born and flies proudly ensuring those of us who sleep underneath it the freedoms and dignities of human life will be upheld.  And you thought it was just a flag you have to stand and pledge allegiance too.  Before the year is over, you will know Old Glory is much more than just a flag and you will be proud and thankful to stand and pledge your allegiance.

STUDENT INTRODUCTIONS:  Go around class and let each student introduce him/herself and 1 thing they hope to learn or study in my class.

1st DAY DISMISSAL:  Confirm each students plan for dismissal and confirm all know what they are doing and how to do it.  If there are any question marks, I will handle it immediately so we have a smooth, safe, 1st day dismissal.  If dismissal locations are in question, we will cover those in our school tour.

HANDBOOK: Discuss areas targeted by school leadership and field questions

SAFETY PROCEDURES:  Project exit routes from my classroom in the event of an emergency. 

Rules for a safe evacuation:  1. No talking so all emergency messages can be heard

                                                    2. Line up single file to leave classroom

                                                    3.  Stay on blue tiles on left side of hallway as we exit building

                                                    4.  Stop at Ms. K’s door, do not cut ahead of her class as they are trying to exit building as well.

                                                    5.  There will be zero tolerance for pushing, shoving, running or disrespect of evacuation procedures.  The safety of all is the number one priority.

                                                    6.  After we exit building we will fall Ms. K’s class to our meeting place on the hill.

                                                    7.  Once there, stay in line, and turn around to face our school.

                                                    8.  At this time I will take role call and report all clear to lead teacher.

                                                    9.  Upon principal’s ALL CLEAR, we will re-enter the building, quietly and orderly, just as we left.

                                                   10.  Once in the classroom, you will continue exactly where you left off.

Upon discussing the procedures with the students and showing them the evacuation routes, 1st option, 2nd option, we will practice it until perfection.

At this time I will also briefly cover other emergency procedures, tornado drill and armed intruder.

Safety Contracts will be issued for science/lab safety.  We will read them together and I will have students sign at that time.  I will then show them where their parent/guardian needs to sign and let them know they cannot participate until the contract is signed.

SCHOOL TOUR:

As per school policy, we then take a quick tour to 5th grade restrooms, lunchroom, office and dismissal locations to orient the students with their seating for lunch as a 5th grader and knowledge of the building for dismissal purposes.  This is a time to reaffirm/affirm hallway rules and expectations for lunchroom behavior and during arrival/dismissal.  Most of the students have been on our campus since 3rd grade so by 5th grade they understand the rules.  However, I like this time to remind the students they are now the leaders on our campus and the younger students will look up to them as role models on proper conduct so be prepared to set a good example.

CLASS PROCEDURES:

Restroom/Drink  Breaks.  Sign out, date, time on form. Turn over stop sign. Re-enter, turn sign to GO.  I am considering a code for requesting bathroom break- hand raised thumbs up, drink with special hand signal so I can quickly address a need without disrupting class.

Supplies and how to access them.  Organize supplies needed in binders and on hand.  Store others and go over appropriate times at the beginning of the day to replenish supplies and how to do it.

Morning Routine-turn in homework, sharpen pencils, use restroom, get PE shoes on, find warm up and complete it, read AR

Go over student schedule thoroughly

Set up binders according to class rotation-schedule/with agendas first-get students organized so they are ready to switch classes and continue their binder set up with my partner teachers

Go over turn in procedures and location to turn in, this area will be like a student station, with hole punch, stapler, pencil sharpener, and tape-tardy slips basket

Absent folders-and make up work-I haven’t used a folder in the past, except during stations the students in the group collect lab sheets for the absent student-I want to get with my pod teachers and see if we can come up with a uniform method for this-in the past this can be very time consuming and frustrating

Hand out Monday folders and review their purpose and expectations of the student and parent.  Again by 5th grade, students are very familiar with Monday folders but I like to reaffirm my expectations.

Dismissal from my room-lights off means get quiet, clean up area and be prepared for me to dismiss by table-quiet tables will dismiss first, noisy, untidy tables will not be dismissed.

CLASSROOM ORIENTATION:

Introduce textbooks, and materials kids will use.  I like this time to teach the students how to use their textbooks-table of contents, index, glossary, lessons within a chapter, headings within a lesson, so the students feel like “textbooks are their friends” a motto we have in class.  I never give them page numbers, I tell them Chapter 6, Les. 3 and expect them to quickly and efficiently get there without asking for page numbers.  We have scavenger hunts in the textbook to locate different items as a way to practice this skill.  The students get very good at using their book and it helps them a lot when they are trying to find information later during instruction.

Discuss stations with students and let them know how the transitions between stations work.

Point out different station areas in the classroom.

Show students the timer and let them know this will be their guide while in stations.

Practice station movement with timer. Allow students to move through stations on the timer until they are doing it correctly.  If time permits, I will have short warm up type activities in the stations for the kids to complete as they practice transitioning. 

END OF DAY DISMISSAL:

Come in my room from last class.  Quietly and quickly get back packs and return to seat.  Pack things up, any homework, Monday folders, AR books, and sit quietly.  I will at this time hand out any parent notes or school correspondence.  Dismissal order:  parent pick up/walkers- first, late, late busses (gym)- second, regular busses- third, and late busses- last.


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First Day of School – 3rd Grade

 

Before class:

  • Put name tags (with student number) on desks

  • Place on each desk an “About Me” page

  • Set up jars of pencils: “Sharpened” and “Need sharpening”

  • Label and set up work baskets in which students will turn in their work

  • Write on the board:

Welcome!

  1. Please find your desk.

  2. Look at the number on your name tag to find your cubby number.

  3. Take your summer homework out of your backpack and place it on your desk.

          1. Put your backpack in your cubby.

          2. Take your water bottle out and place it in front of your backpack in your cubby.

          3. Return to your desk and get a pencil from your desk.

          4. Quietly work on the “About Me” page.

          5. If you finish, turn it over and tell me four things you would like me to know about you.

  • Write today's agenda on the board.

  • Put up a daily schedule.

  • Make a class rules poster.

  • Create a job chart.

  • Write students' names on popsicle sticks (one each).

 

7:45am – 8am Students enter class

  • Greet each student as they enter, tell them how happy I am that they're in my class, and ask them to follow the directions on the board.

 

8am-8:20 – Introduction/Prayer/Pledge

  • Welcome to third grade!! I'm so excited to be here and hope you are, too. It's my first year in third grade, too, so we'll be learning a lot together! I'm Mrs. Lillie, as many of you already know. I see a lot of familiar faces from when I substituted in years past, and a few new faces. I'm excited to get to know each of you better and promise that I will do my best to help each of you succeed this year.

  • I'll tell you a little about myself. I have a husband named Brian and a son in 5th grade named Jared. I love to travel and see new places, love the outdoors – especially mountains and waterfalls, and love to read. I wish I could eat chocolate all day long. I used to work as a software engineer – that means I used to write program for computers – but decided that teaching was where my heart truly was. And I was right! I'm so happy to be here with you and hope all of us learn and grow together this year.

  • Now we'll begin class. In our class, we follow lots of procedures -or routines - so you will know exactly what to do to help our class run smoothly and not waste any of our precious learning time.

 

  • You've already practiced the first procedure: the Morning Routine procedure. This starts as soon as you enter the classroom. You'll go to your seat, take homework and folders out of your backpack, put your backpack away, sit down and quietly read the board and do the Welcome Work described there. We'll go over the steps for this again at the end of the day and practice a few times so that you'll be ready to amaze me tomorrow morning.!

 

 

  • Another of our procedures is the Morning Prayer procedure.

  • Explain and model the procedure: Every morning when the bell rings,

    • 1. Quietly drop everything you're doing and stand up.

    • 2. Pray together

    • 3. Say the pledge together

    • 4. Sit down and resume your work.

 

  • Let's try that right now. I'll ring this little bell on my desk and we'll pretend it's the school bell. When your hear that sound, remember to (repeat #1-4). Ok, here goes (ring the bell and begin).

 

  • Let's take a look at our schedule. Show them the schedule chart and briefly walk through the order of things.

 

  • Now we're going to head to our special for the day (music or pe or computers or Spanish, depending on the day). We have a procedure for lining up and moving to another class. Here it is:

    • I will call you by row #s or some other way.

    • Push in your chair.

    • Please walk to the line. The door holder should line up first, and the line leader second.

    • I will give directions about where to stop outside. When you get to that place, wait for me to give the ok to move on.

    • Walk on the right side of the walkway, stay off the grass and rocks.

    • There is NO TALKING in the hallways inside all buildings.

 

  • Let's line up now. Wait for me to call you before moving from your seat.

  • I'll call on students to help us remember the steps, and we'll practice getting in line and moving to the next class.

 

8:25 Transition to specials

 

9:45 Transition to classroom

  • Remind students how to enter the classroom

 

9:45-10:15 Snack and procedures

  • Students will retrieve their snack from their backpacks when called (by row or some other way) and return to eat it at their desk. During snack time, I will present other procedures and we will rehearse these as a class (I'll choose a few students to show us how NOT to do something, and a few to show us how to PROPERLY follow the procedures).

  • Calling for attention

    • When I need your attention, I will do one of the following. I expect you to stop what you are doing, be still, look at me and listen.

      • Raise my hand and say “give me 5” (eyes, ears, hands, body, mouth)

      • Say “Your attention, please”

  • Forming lines and movement:

    • Fire drills (quickly and safely form one line; doesn't matter who is line leader/door holder; absolutely no talking; where to walk; taking attendance once we're outside)

    • Retention drills

    • Early morning procedures (drop-off and hallway expectations)

  • Restroom

    • You can go before the 8am bell rings, during snack, during lunch and during recess.

    • You may NOT go while I am teaching (unless it's an emergency). Don't even ask.

    • If you go to the bathroom and the “wet floor” sign or cleaning cart is in the doorway, do not go in. Come back and let me know.

    • If there is an adult in the bathroom, come back immediately and let me know.

    • Remember to wash and dry your hands.

    • Help keep the restroom clean. Paper towels go in the trash. Don't get water on the floor.

 

 

10:15- 11:50 Reading/ELA

We will perform various housekeeping activities (such as labeling crayon boxes, pencil boxes, ruler, school bag, etc. with their number; writing names in school books, labeling folders (take-home, work in progress, science, social studies); putting clean notebook paper in variou folders, etc.

 

We will play Classmate Bingo to have the kids get to know each other a little better.

 

We will go over and rehearse procedures for:

Recess

  • Same lineup procedures as before.

  • Recess monitor will bring balls/equipment.

  • Walk quietly outside to the recess area. Explain the boundaries.

  • When you hear my whistle, clean up equipment and line up on the sidewalk.

 

Lunch (we eat in the classroom)

  • Pray.

  • I will call you by rows to get hand sanitizer and get your lunch.

  • I will read to you for about 7 minutes while you eat quietly. This is silent time.

  • This is a good time to use the restroom.

 

Transitioning to new subject

  • I will give you a two-minute warning.

  • After 2 minutes I will ask you to clean up and get ready for the next subject.

  • You will put everything away and take out the supplies you need for the next subject.

  • Do this quietly and quickly.

 

 

 

Leaving your seat:

  • You must remain in your seat while the teacher is teaching.

 

What to do if you finish work early

  • Check your work to make sure it it complete.

  • Turn in your work if required.

  • Work on any assignments in your “Work in Progress” folder

  • Read quietly at your desk.

  • Take a Reading Counts test.

 

11:50-12:20 Lunch

 

12:20-12:45 Math – math lesson on bar graphs.

 

12:45 – 1:15 Religion – lesson

During this lesson, we'll practice our procedure for passing out and collecting books.

 

1:15-1:45 Recess

Explain the emergency procedure if the teacher becomes incapacitated:

The Red Cross monitor takes the red cross badge hanging by the thermostat, goes to the nearest classroom or the office and lets them know what happened.

During recess, take the red cross from the recess pouch to the office.

 

Go to recess, following the procedure learned earlier.

 

1:50 Spelling lesson

 

Explain and model headings on paper.

 

2:35 – 3:00

Explain and practice the Morning Routine:

  • Entering the classroom:

    • Come in quietly and unpack your backpack at your desk.

    • Remove your assignment book, take-home folder, and any other homework and place them on your desk.

    • Go to your cubby and take our your lunch box and water bottle. Place your backpack in your cubby. Then put your lunch box and water bottle in front of the backpack.

    • Place homework and any notes for forms from home in the proper baskets.

    • Check to see if your pencils need sharpening.

    • Read the board for any notes from me.

    • Begin copying your assignments into your assignment book.

      • Write the date

      • Write the subject followed by the information

      • You should talk to your parents about what you did in each subject.

      • If there is a dot by the subject, then you have homework in that subject.

      • Your parents should initial your book.

    • When you finish, read quietly until the bell rings or do another activity as assigned on the board.

Who can explain the procedure? What do you do 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.? Let's practice!

Students will copy the assignments off the board:

  • Parents sign the assignment book

  • Spelling test Friday

  • Bring 2 previously-read books

  • Bring a family photo by Friday

 

 

3:00-3:10 Dismissal procedure

  • You will be called by rows to get your backpack and bring it back to your desk.

  • Place your take-home folder and any books that you need into your backpack.

  • Stand quietly facing the front when you are done.

  • Say a prayer.

  • Line up quietly and wait for the teacher to lead you out.

3:15 Dismissal

 

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Frist Day of School

Ms. Marvels English Class / High School

 

Successful educators plan each day, each lesson, every day. Often times they plan relentlessly and have a back-up plan for their plan. They are aware that not planning can cause chaos and wreak havoc in the classroom. Here is a tentative plan for my first day of school:

I will GREET students at the door with a handshake and a smile while DIRECTING them to their assigned seats

Then students will WORK on an assignment (icebreaker assignment)

Introduce myself Inform students that I am excited that they are in my class and that we will have an amazing year if we all do our parts.

Once everyone is in the class we will begin our welcome via PowerPoint Presentation

We will DISCUSS and MODEL classroom procedures

We will come up with our classroom RULES together and the consequences & rewards (students will all sign off on our rules)

I will discuss my expectations for the class

I will MODEL how we transition from independent work to small groups etc.

I will MODEL how we CLOSE our day (stay seated and wait on dismissal cue from teacher)

 

 

High School English Classroom

Before Class:

I will make sure that my name is visibly placed outside of the classroom & placed on the whiteboard and Overhead PPT along with the room number and class subject.

Bellringer assignment will be placed on the desk to be completed by students as bell work.

 

Greet at the Door:

Welcome each student with a handshake, greeting and a smile.

 

Welcome and Introduction:

Welcome everyone to the first day of school and ask students to take a moment to complete bell work if they have not done so.

Syllabus and Explanation:

This will be on a PPT that we will go over however each student will also have a hard copy

Basic course information and expectations

Materials for the course

Share my contact information and schedule with students

Discuss course objectives

Explain and model rubric and grading scale

Discuss specific academic requirements

 

Class Policies (on the PPT)

Students will be provided a hard copy

Review and discuss policies and class procedures

Explain and rehearse procedures and compare and contrast rules and procedures (entering classroom, bellwork, picking up materials, getting their attention, when someone comes into the classroom to speak with me or observe, moving into groups/pairs, handing in homework)

 

Dismissing Class:

I will reiterate my excitement for the school year

Tell students it was nice to meet them

Rehearse the procedure for leaving the classroom and require students to wait for teacher dismissal

Turning in bellwork

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I like the fact that you use a PPT as well. This year will be my first year doing so. I am kind of nervous because I have not done it before but I think it makes it look more organized, prepared and professional. I hope you have a really amazing first day of school this school year! 

- LaSharia 

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Originally Posted by 8thgradeteacher

First 3 Days of School (8th Grade Computer Lab – College and Careers Class)

The Day Before School:

  • I make number cards for each of my 25 computers using brightly colored, laminated numbers.
  • For each student in each of my 7 classes, I will make a tent with their name and the number of their computer workstation. ‘
  • I will put each class in an alphabetical seating chart.
  • Update my Power Point explaining what the class is and how it works (using the guidelines from the Wong Classroom Management Book) – simple slides with few distractions!
  • Update my “About Me” Power Point.

 

First Day of School:

  • I will stand at the classroom door and greet every student with a “Good Morning! I’m so glad you are here!”
  • Our agenda today will be on the whiteboard as they enter the classroom:
    • Find their name tents and corresponding computer number and be seated.
    • Fill out the slip of paper on their desks (questions will be:  their name or nickname they would like for me to use,  email address,  and a checklist of what computer programs they are familiar with.

Agenda:  Day 1 – WELCOME TO COLLEGE AND CAREERS!

I’M SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE! J We will not log in to the computers today.

Things We Need to Do Today:

  1. Find your name tents and matching computer number and be seated.
    1. Fill out the slip of paper on your desks (questions will be:  their name or nickname they would like for me to use,  email address,  and a checklist of what computer programs they are familiar with.
    2.  Attendance – Please make sure you are in your assigned seats.
    3.  Schedules.  I will give you 5 minutes to look at your schedule.
    4.  Lockers will be assigned today in 2nd period.
    5.  We will go over the bell schedule, the tardy policy, things that are new this year.
    6.  A little about our new class:  College & Careers  - This activity-based career development course provides a link between the high school and middle school to ensure each student is prepared for and understands their options and opportunities in high school and after.

 

Some of the things we will do in our class this semester:

-Develop a 4-year graduation plan

-Research careers

-Create a “Career Cruising” portfolio

-Learn about education opportunities after high school.

-Explore careers using online programs such as Whyville and Career Cruising

- Use Microsoft Office programs to create presentations, letters, resumes and more!

 

Second Day of School:

  • I will stand at the door and greet students by their first names.
  • Students again see that the day’s agenda will be on the whiteboard. (I use these same procedures every day of the year)

    Agenda:  Day 2

Things to Do Today:

1.   Attendance

2.   We will discuss class procedures:

a. Entering the class

b. Getting students’ attention (I ring bell once, students end conversations; I ring bell twice, everyone is quiet)

c. Lunch procedures (4th period only)

d. Discuss computer lab rules:

    1.  Do not change the desktop background.

    2.  Do not download anything unless instructed to do so.

    3.  Do not log off your computer until 3 minutes before the end of class.

    4.  Do not touch other people’s computer, keyboard, mouse or monitor.  First time, warning; second time, written     warning; 3rd time - lunch d-hall; 4th time – parent contact/referral.

    5.  Stay in your chair until the dismissal bell.  Clean up your area.

    6.  No food or drink.

e. Restroom passes and filling out restroom log.

f. Discuss school dress code, discipline policy and hallway etiquette.

g. School Safety Plan (fire drills – exiting the classroom)

h. Review and recap procedures from day 1.

3.  Stay in seat until dismissal bell rings – Have a great day!

Third Day of School:

  • I will greet the students at the door.
  • Agenda will be posted on the white board.

Day 3

Things to do Today:

1.    Attendance

  1. Mrs. Goodman’s “About Me” PowerPoint
  2. Log in to computers
  3. Saving files to student “U” drives.
  4. Create personalized header for documents.
  5. Introduce “Drop it to Me” (submitting work electronically)
  6. Review classroom procedures.
  7. Last 3 minutes of class: log off computers, clean up work area, stay in seat until bell rings.
  8. Have a wonderful day!  I will see you tomorrow!
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First Day of School Script

Before First Class Day

  • Place name tags on the desks for students to find their seats and sticky name tags on the students’ desks for them to write their name on and wear throughout the day.
  • Have three cups of popsicle sticks with students’ names written on them for each classroom.
  • Hang a sign on the white board with instructions for what to do upon arrival.
    • Find your desk and put away any school supplies you brought with you.
    • Put backpacks in your locker.
    • Make a lunch choice.
    • Go get your breakfast.
    • Eat your breakfast.
    • Begin writing prompt found on your desk after you have thrown your trash away.
  • Have lunch choices available on Smart Board for students.
  • Have sharpened pencils in the “sharpened” can
  • Have Consequences chart in a general location to allow easy access for students to move their clothespin clip when needed.
  • Make a Classroom Rules poster:
    • Be Respectful
    • Be Responsible
    • Be Caring
    • Be Prepared
  • Place writing assignment on students’ desks – Write about our school theme for this year – “There’s No Place Like…” using the materials provided on your desk.
  • Have red baskets on bookshelf labeled with Duggan, Hogan, McHam for students to turn in their work.
  • Make an “I’m done! What do I do now?” poster and hang in the classroom.
    • Work on unfinished writing assignments
    • Complete a center activity.
    • Read your library book.
  • Write the date on the board along with the day’s agenda
  • Post schedule – including Specials schedule for the week

7:40 am - Greet Each Student At the Door As They Enter the Room

  • Say Good Morning to each student as they enter the classroom.
  • Say – Find your desk and complete the instructions listed on the white board.
  • Instructions for the first day will be:
    • Locate your seat by finding the desk with your name on it.
    • Put away any school supplies you brought with you today.
    • Locate your locker and put your backpack away.
    • Go into the hall and get your breakfast. 
    • When you have completed your breakfast, begin working on the writing assignment you will find on your desk.

 

8:00 -8:10 – Teacher Introduction

  • Welcome to 4th grade! My name is Ms. McHam. Many of you have seen me in another area of the school but I am teaching your class this year and I am excited to be your teacher!  We will be working together to discover the wonderful world of Reading and Writing!  If you don’t love Reading and Writing, it is my hope that you do very quickly in my room!
  • I am the mother of 3 children who are now all young adults.  I have a son, Adam, who is married to Ashley and they have 2 children – Madi, who is 4 and Moses, who is 6 months old (so, yes, I am a grandma!!  But my granddaughter calls me “Mimi”).  I have a son, Ethan, and a daughter, Bailey.  I also have 6 granddogs and 1 grandcat!  The dogs are Jack, Jonah, Hulu, Santi, Thespis, and Rosco and the cat is Moko.  I love to read books, love to write, and I also enjoy sewing, quilting, gardening, and crocheting.  I have lived in Lubbock most of my life but I did live for a short time in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Kerrville, Texas.

8:10 – 8:40 – Transition to Morning Meeting

  • Introduce the signal for transition to the floor and the start of the Morning Meeting.
  • Explain the transition and the expectations for the transition.

8:40 – 9:00 - Break and Game Time

  • Now I would like to get to know all of you so, we are going to play a game using toilet paper.  Everyone take however much toilet paper you think you will need as the roll is passed to you.
  • After the students have all taken an amount of toilet paper, let the students know that they will have to tell the class the number of facts about themselves that matches the number of squares of toilet paper they took from the role.
  • Take Classroom Attendance

9:00 – 9:30 - Morning Meeting

  • Explain to the class what Morning Meeting are going to be used for throughout the school year.
  • Explain the rules for the Morning Meeting.
  1. Sit on the floor – crisscross applesauce
  2. Hands to yourself
  3. Raise your hand to speak
  4. Be an active listener 
  • Say, “Okay...it is a new school year, you are now 4thgraders and you are going to tell me what some of the rules are for your time at school.
    • Rules for hallway
    • Rules for cafeteria
    • Cover rules/expectations for entering the classroom – writing them on an anchor chart.
      • Enter quietly
      • Get out homework and place it in the correct basket
      • Put your backpack/jacket in your locker
      • Go get your breakfast
      • Eat your breakfast
      • Begin morning writing prompt
      • Cover classroom rules/procedures and the consequences if rules are not followed.
      • Talk about the weekly Newsletter that will be sent home.
      • Talk about homework and how that is handled/expectations/consequences.
      • Read the book – Back to School Rules - Discuss why we have rules.
      • Talk about the daily schedule.
      • Show video – Gotta Keep Reading!
      • Talk with the students about the importance of Reading and Writing for every area of their education. 
        • Show video – Elementary school rap
        • Show video – Writing is Cool!

9:30 – Dismissal – Transition to next class.

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Freshman English 
First Day

Shake each students hand/Fist bump as they enter my classroom, introducing myself to each one.

They will come in and sit down at the desk that has their name card. (assigned seating)
 
When Bell rings I will explain what the room will look like most every day - Where the warm-up activity will be, where the objectives will be for each day, where to turn in papers, where to pick up graded papers.
We will practice with a short journal topic and practice how things will work each morning.
 
I will then explain who I am and about my life and my life.

Then have them each get a partner(that they don't already know).  They will interview each other and then introduce their "New Best Friend" to the class. 

I will then go over classroom expectations (daily/weekly/semester)

Explanation of classroom rules as well as school rules as they will pertain to us.  Also how to communicate with me and how I will communicate with their parents.

Explain how we will handle discipline in class.

Generally explaining what most days will look like.

Finally, I assign each freshman to write a letter to themselves.  These will not be opened until their senior year.  They are to write over their thoughts and feeling on this first day of High School.


Most importantly, to summarize, we set the tone for the year so that the kids know what to expect from me and see what they can expect.
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First Day of School Script

Prior to the 1st Day

1. Label boxes for supplies; include words and pictures of supplies.

2. Label tables (temporarily) with student names.

3.  Write my name on the board for parents.

4.  Write procedures for supplies on the board.

5.  Have class list on clipboard.

6.  Have Enrollment Packages and pens available.

7. Have a Day 1 Going Home form prepared.

8.  Have tags and safety pins for backpacks.

9.  Prepare lesson plan and 1st Day Procedures; include campus tour.

10. Write the first day schedule on the board.

11. Place students 1st Day work packs on the tables with crayons (no pencils).

12.  Have Kleenex tissues.

13.  Remove all clutter.

14. Have comfortable shoes.

15. Pack a lunch.

16. Go to bed by 9 p.m.

 

First Day

1.  Arrive to school at least 1 hour early.

2.  Greet each student and introduce myself to both student and parent(s).

3.  Check the attendance list to ensure the student is actually enrolled in my classroom or has a slip indicating they are a new to the district student.

4.  As students and parents begin to arrive have students to unpack the bags of supplies and as parents begin completing the Enrollment Packets and the Day 1 Going Home form.

5.  Have parents make a tag for the backpack and shirt.  Then, pin both respectively.

6. After the students have completed unpacking the supplies they will find their names, be seated.  Write their name on the pack as best they can and begin to color the 1st Day work pack.

7.  As parents complete the paperwork insure that I have a working phone number and how the student will go home for the day; and both shirt and backpack have a going home tag.

8.  Assure parents that you will take good care of their child, wish them a good day and politely walk them to the door.

9.  Once all parents have exited the room take 1st Day attendance.

10. Check/make going home tags.

11.  Assemble all students to the carpet. 

12.  Talk to the students about who I am.  “Good morning again students.  My name is Mrs. Robinson and I will be your teacher this year.  This year we are going to learn a lot and have some fun.  I have a husband, 5 grown children, 9 grandchildren, and a big dog.  I love to spend time with my family and read.  Now, let’s introduce each other.”  Each student will introduce themselves to the class.  Model this for the students. Hi, my name is _______.

13. Review the schedule for the day.

14. Discuss/model restroom procedures, then take a restroom break. “When we go to the restroom we will line up in one line and take turns going to the restroom.  When one student comes out the next student will go in.  The line will continue to move up. There will be no talking in the hallway”.  Model what this will and will not look like. 

15. Return to the classroom; discuss/model the hallway and cafeteria expectations.  “When we walk in the hallway we will walk in a single line with one hand behind our back and one finger over your lips.  There will be no talking in the hallway”.  Model what this will and will not look like. 

16.  Take a tour of the building and cafeteria.

17.  Go through the cafeteria procedures step-by-step.

18. Return to the classroom.

19. Discuss/model the classroom expectations. “When we are in the classroom we will use our inside voice levels. We will raise our hands to speak, and we will be polite to our classmates”.  Model what this will and will not look like. 

20.  Read “The Kissing Hand”.

21. Review/model restroom procedures; go to the restroom.

22. Review/model cafeteria and playground expectations; and prepare for lunch.

23.  Go to lunch and to the playground.

24. Review the restroom procedures.  Go to the restroom.

25.  Return to the room – discuss the “Kissing Hand”.

26. Give/model directions for completing the “Kissing Hand” activity.  Have materials prepared.  Have a completed model.

27. Have volunteers to model restroom behaviors.  Go to the restroom

28. Discuss/model the going home procedures. “Those of you who are bus riders you must stay with Ms. Sands and she will take you to your bus line.  Students who are car riders will stay with me.  Car riders you must hold my hands while walking to your car.  You must not leave without me.  I must put you in the car to go home”.  Model what the bus and car students will do.   Prepare to go home; check tags.

29. Dismissal
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First Day Script for College Math

Greet students at the door and welcome them in. Have students fill in student info sheet as they wait for others and for class time to start.

Introduction: Hi, welcome to M310! My name is Ana Mancillas. I have been teaching math at LSC since 2011. Before this, I taught middle school math for 9 years. I am so excited about this semester. I look forward to getting to know you and help you succeed in this course.

Review course calendar and syllabus.

Explain flipping the classroom and what my expectations of students are (watch videos before class) and what they can expect of me (videos posted, answer questions in a timely manner).

Answer questions students have about syllabus/course in general.

Teach 1st lesson and clearly explain what hw is due and what videos should be watched by next class. Remind students how to access the videos.

Get on computers to make sure all students are able to access the homework program and their email address is accurate.
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HS Special needs social studies 1st day of school

1. Greet at door.  Shake hands.  Welcome.  Hand out their class schedules.  If they do not receive one, they are to go to the office (unless they change that this year).Tell them to find their seats.

2. After the bell rings, introduce myself & show my name on the board.  Tell them I expect them to call me Ms. Sutphin, as we will be together for the entire year.

3. Show posted class room rules & go over them.
    Be in seat & silent when late bell rings.
    Get pencil &/or have sharpened.
    Treat others the way YOU want to be treated (language, words, actions).FOCUS & do      your best work.
  
4. Show consequences on board:
    Yellow card (can be removed for change in behavior).
    Red card if behavior does not change.
      Give classroom rules sheet with infraction circled.  10 minute lunch detention to be served in 3 days.  If not served, office referral is given. (This is uniform school procedure.)

5. Show rewards on board (ktymniak, French I, 9th grade):
    Good grades.
    Positive parent contacts.
    More "free" time when work is completed satisfactorily & checked off by teacher or aides.

6. Go over procedures (also on board):
    Bathroom passes (1 at a time).  Return pass.
    You will be marked late if you are not in seat when late bell rings.
    You are expected to have your phone charged when you enter the classroom; it is NOT my problem if you don't do this.

7. Tell & post my tutorial schedule on front board & door.  They are by appt. only unless other arrangements are made.

8. Hand out sheets to be taken home & filled out &/or signed.  100 in gradebook for TIMELY return:  parent contact sheet, emergency phone numbers; personal info for students to fill out (favorite song, movie, etc., plan after HS, etc.)








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